History of War

THE DECISIVE YEAR 1918

Author: Richard van Emden Publisher: Pen & Sword Price: £25.00

By the end of World War I in November 1918, the Allies and Central Powers had spent $82.4 billion (roughly $2 trillion in 2018 dollars) in a conflict that saw the mobilisation of nearly 70 million men. Around 8 million combatants were killed in actual

Вы читаете отрывок, зарегистрируйтесь, чтобы читать полное издание.

Другое от: History of War

History of War2 мин. чтения
May 1941
British soldiers pose next to the wreckage of Rudolf Hess’ Messerschmitt ME110, which he had crashed in Scotland on 10 May. The bizarre and daring flight of Hitler’s right-hand man took both German and British authorities by total surprise. Hess clai
History of War1 мин. чтения
History of War
Editor-in-Chief Tim Williamson timothy.williamson@futurenet.com Senior Designer Curtis Fermor-Dunman Features Editor Tom Garner Production Editor Iain Noble Senior Art Editor Duncan Crook Hareth al Bustani, Murray Dahm, Charles Ginger, Stuart Hadaway
History of War2 мин. чтения
Up Close With The Engineers
The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) is the corps that keeps the British Army’s equipment in fighting condition. These professional engineers maintain, repair, recover, manufacture and modify everything from trucks to weapons systems,