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Douglas Haig: From the Somme to Victory pdf

Douglas Haig: From the Somme to Victory. Gary Sheffield

Douglas Haig: From the Somme to Victory


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ISBN: 9781781314982 | 480 pages | 12 Mb


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Douglas Haig: From the Somme to Victory Gary Sheffield
Publisher: Aurum Press



The 1916 Somme offensive was one of the greatest battles of World War One ( 1914-18). Able to read when I was preparing my book Douglas Haig: The Educated Soldier, . 1918, the 'year of victory' was 'Haig's year' if it was anybody's. By October it was clear that their plan for quick victory had failed. Battle of the Somme - 1916 - non interactive version in February had increased pressure on General Sir Douglas Haig, the . Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig of Edinburgh, born in 1861 was appointed to lead the men into a war to be told for all time. Sir Douglas Haig was undismayed by the events of 1 July. Douglas Haig: From the Somme to Victory by Gary Sheffield. Later that summer, his victory at the Second Battle of Marne facilitated the end of the In 1916, he directed the French part of the 141-day offensive at the Somme. Look Inside Douglas Haig and the First World War as both an incompetent ' butcher and bungler' and a clear-sighted, imperturbable 'architect of victory'. Indeed, it has been argued that the battle was an essential precondition to Allied victory in 1918. Victory will belong to the side that holds out the longest. Gary Sheffield's most popular book is Forgotten Victory. The Somme was the muddy grave of the German field army, and of the faith in the infallibility of the German leaders. Third Ypres was intended as Sir Douglas Haig's Allied forces breakthrough in although in the event the Battle of the Somme took precedence that summer.