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by Philip Warner

Author: Philip Warner
Subcategory: Military
Language: English
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Ltd; New edition edition (May 1, 2000)
Pages: 245 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.8
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The Wordsworth Military Library covers the breadth of military history, including studies of individual leaders . This is a good overview of a battle that has little written about. This is one of many battles of the First World War that need more coverage in historical documentation.

This is a good overview of a battle that has little written about. 2 people found this helpful.

The Wordsworth Military Library covers the breadth of military history, including studies of individual leaders .

About the Author: Philip Warner (1914-2000) enlisted in the Royal Corps of Signals after graduating from St Catharine's, Cambridge in 1939. He fought in Malaya and spent 1,100 days 'as a guest of the Emperor' in Changi and on the Railway of Death, an experience he never discussed

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Philip Warner's narrative is vividly brought to life through the words of survivors from all parts of the line: the infantry, the gunners, the officers, and including extracts from the letters and diaries of Sir John French – if courage.

Philip Warner's narrative is vividly brought to life through the words of survivors from all parts of the line: the infantry, the gunners, the officers, and including extracts from the letters and diaries of Sir John French – if courage and endurance could have won the day, Loos would have been a resounding success. One fee.

The Battle of Loos (Wordsworth Military Library), Philip Warner.

The Battle of Loos took place from 25 September – 8 October 1915 in France on the Western Front, during the First World War. It was the biggest British attack of 1915, the first time that the British used poison gas and the first mass engagement of . . It was the biggest British attack of 1915, the first time that the British used poison gas and the first mass engagement of New Army units. The French and British tried to break through the German defences in Artois and Champagne and restore a war of movement.

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The Battle of Loos book. Warner's direct, Philip Warner was an outstanding military historian, and for the last 13 years The Daily Telegraph's peerless Army obituarist. Indeed, he played a vital role in setting the standard for the modern Telegraph obituary. He had a relish for the piquant detail and an understanding that a good story should never be overdressed.

A Concise History Of Warfare (Wordsworth Military Library). by. Bernard Montgomery. All in a very worthwhile book that covers military history over the ages

A Concise History Of Warfare (Wordsworth Military Library). This text is the fruit of a lifetime spent in the study and tactics of war by the author, Lord Montgomery. All in a very worthwhile book that covers military history over the ages. I would recommend it those students of history who want a better understand of the major conflicts of the age from someone who has commanded large forces in the field.

On 25th September 1915 the small town of Loos became the centre of one of the most intense and bloody battles of World War I. these accounts comprise one of the most horrific tales of the war and reveal the heroism and determination that ultimately tipped the scales in victory.