The Emperors Library

GREAT WAR BOOK COLLECTION VOL.6

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A collection of 127 titles concerning the Great War 1914-18, covering land warfare outside of the Balkans and Middle East.

The books come on a USB stick and with free delivery worldwide!

The titles are as follows;

1 - 3rd Division, Summary of Operations in the World War

2 - 20th Battalion (b.e.l. Pioneers)

3 - 33rd Division, A.E.F. from its arrival in France until the armistice with Germany, November 11, 1918

4 - 91st Infantry in World War I--analysis of an AEF Division's efforts to achieve battlefield success

5 - 500 of the best Cockney war stories

6 - A brass hat in No Man's Land - Brig-Gen. Crozier

7 - A dishonoured army; German atrocities in France

8 - A handful of Ausseys

9 - A prisoner of the Reds, the story of a British officer captured Siberia

10 - A private in the guards

11 - A record of the United Arts Rifles, 1914-1919

12 - A soldier of the Legion

13 - A soldier unafraid; letters from the trenches on the Alsatian front - French Infantry Officer

14 - A student in arms

15 - A subaltern on the Somme in 1916

16 - A surgeon in khaki

17 - A Temporary gentleman in France; home letters from an officer at the front

18 - Alliance at Armageddon. Franco-British Military Cooperation, 1914-18

19 - Ambulance 464 - Encore Des Blessés

20 - AMERICAN ARMIES AND BATTLEFIELDS IN EUROPE

21 - Among the ruins

22 - An author in wonderland

23 - Antwerp to Gallipoli - a year of war on many fronts - and behind them

24 - Army Service Corps of the British Army, and, the organization of the transport and transportation at the front in France

25 - Around the world with a camera

26 - Askaris, asymmetry, and small wars. operational art and the German East African Campaign, 1914-18

27 - At the war - Lord Northcliffe

28 - At Ypres with Best-Dunkley

29 - Attack an infantry subaltern's impressions of July lst, 1916

30 - Battle of Tanga, German East Africa, 1914

31 - Between the lines

32 - Bottled up in Belgium; the last delegate's informal story

33 - Brief Histories of Divisions, U.S. Army 1917- 1918

34 - British Army. The evacuation of north Russia, 1919

35 - British campaigns in Africa and the Pacific, 1914-1918

36 - British campaigns in the nearer East 1914-1918 vol.1 The Days of Adversity

37 - British campaigns in the nearer East 1914-1918 vol.2 The Tide of Victory

38 - Building the Old Contemptibles. British Military Transformation and Tactical Development from the Boer War to the Great War, 1899-1914

39 - By motor to the firing line; an artist's notes and sketches with the armies of northern France, June-July, 1915

40 - Canadian Corps Trench Standing Orders

41 - Capture of Tsingtau, 1914

42 - Celebrated spies and famous mysteries of the great war

43 - Collected diplomatic documents relating to the outbreak of the European War

44 - Concentration movements of the 2nd US Division, 15-18 July 1918

45 - Critical analysis of the French operations in Luxemburg, 1914, to include the Battle of the Ardennes

46 - Critical analysis of the German cavalry operations in the Lodz Campaign to include the breakthrough at Brzeziny, with particular reference to the I Cavalry Corps

47 - Critical analysis of the operations in German East Africa 1914-1918

48 - Critical analysis of the operations in Lorraine

49 - Duty and service; letters from the front - Capt. Crouch Ox + Bucks Lt Inf

50 - Effects of decentralized execution on the German Army during the Marne Campaign of 1914

51 - Famous generals of the Great War who led the United States and her allies to a great victory

52 - Field service manual 1914

53 - Fighting Germany's spies

54 - Fighting Without a War. An Account of Military Intervention in North Russia

55 - Fine conduct under fire; the tactical effectiveness of the 165th Infantry Regiment

56 - First from the front - The Daily News

57 – First reflections on the campaign of 1918

58 - For France - C'est pour la France - some English impressions of the French Front

59 - France at Bay

60 - Frightfulness in retreat - German Army

61 - From the St. Lawrence to the Yser with the 1st Canadian brigade

62 - From the trenches; Louvain to the Aisne, the first record of an eye-witness - 1914

63 - Gas Warfare in World War I The 42nd Division Before Landres-et-St. Georges, October 1918

64 - Gas Warfare in World War I The 79th Division at Montfaucon, October 1918

65 - General Joffre and his battles

66 - General von Falkenhayn was relieved as the Chief of Staff of the German Army on August 29, 1916. Was his relief justified

67 - Generals of the British Army

68 - Gentlemen at arms

69 - German and Austrian tactical studies

70 - German atrocities from German evidence

71 - German General Staff in World War I

72 - German spies in England; an exposure

73 - German war practices

74 - Germany at bay

75 - Grapes of wrath

76 - Gunner Depew

77 - Handbook of the Vickers machine gun, model of 1915, with pack outfits and accessories - March 19, 1917

78 - Handbook on fragmentation drop bombs, Mark IIa, II, I, and III

79 - Helmets and body armor in modern warfare (1920)

80 - Historical Analysis of the Battle of Verdun – 1916

81 - History of Battery B, 103rd Field Artillery, 26th Division USAEF

82 - History of military pyrotechnics in world war I

83 - History of the 14th Engineers, U.S. Army, May, 1917 to May, 1919

84 - History of the 350th Regiment of U.S. Infantry, 88th Division, AEF

85 - History of the Yankee Division

86 - II Italian Corps deployment on the Western Front during the First World War (April 1918-May 1919)

87 - In German hands, the diary of a severely wounded prisoner

88 - In the field, 1914-15 the impressions of an officer of light cavalry - French chasseur

89 - In the soldier's service; war experiences of Mary Dexter, England, Belgium, France, 1914-1918

90 - Infantry brigade machine gun battalion and divisional machine gun battalion armed with Browning machine guns

91 - Infantry combat; an analytical and synthetic study based on French regulations

92 - Infantry in Battle

93 - Influence of traffic condition, road and rail on the operations of the French Twentieth Corps, 16-23 July 1918

94 - Joffre and his army

95 - Kelly of the Foreign Legion - Letters of Légionnaire Russell A. Kelly

96 - Ladies from hell - London Scottish

97 - Leaves from a field note-book

98 - Lessons in operational art - an analysis of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in North Russia, 1918-1919

99 - Letters and memorials of Captain William A. Douglas, 6th bn the Royal Scots

100 - Letters from a French hospital

101 - Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie, ( 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles), Nov 4th, 1914-March 11th, 1915

102 - Letters of Henry Weston Farnsworth, of the Foreign Legion

103 - Leveraging Operational Intelligence - The Battle of Tannenberg and Masurian Lakes (1914)

104 - List of officers who served with the 371st Inf and HQ - 186th Infantry Brigade - with memoirs of France and service in the Medical Detachment of 371st Infantry

105 - Living bayonets; a record of the last push

106 - Marches in the Combat Zone British Retreat from Mons 1914

107 - Marching on Tanga; with General Smuts in East Africa

108 - Medical support for the American Expeditionary Forces in France during the First World War

109 - Military strategy of the World War; the Eastern Front

110 - Mission command during the War of Movement in World War I - initiative and synchronization of the German Right Wing in August and early September 1914

111 - My adventures as a German secret service agent

112 - My war experiences in two continents

113 - Notes on employment of artillery in trench fighting

114 - Notes on training for rifle fire in trench warfare - compiled from foreign reports

115 - notes on transportation service American Expeditionary Forces 1914-18

116 - Official list of officers of the Officers' Reserve Corps of the Army of the United States vol.1

117 - Official list of officers of the Officers' Reserve Corps of the Army of the United States vol.2

118 – Operational art and munitions supply - an analysis of munitions and their influence on operational art practiced by the AEF

119 - Operational art in the defense - the German Abwehrschlachten in 1918

120 - Operational art on the Italian Front during the Great War

121 - Operational capability of the American Expeditionary Forces in the World War

122 - Operations of Company M, 16th Infantry, 1st Division, in the Cantigny Operations, May 28-June 6, 1918

123 - Operations of the 1st Division in the Aisne-Marne offensive 18 July - 6 August, 1918

124 - Operations of the 127th Infantry, 32nd Division - Aisne-Marne offensive, 18 July - 6 August, 1918

125 - Operations of the German Cavalry at the first Battle of the Marne

126 - Operations of the I German Corps at the Battle of Tannenberg, 26-31 August, 1914

127 - Operations of the Italian Cavalry at Vittorio Veneto 1918