Two Sides Of The Same Bad Penny

Gallipoli And The Western Front 1915, A Comparison

 
Date Published :
May 2018
Publisher :
Helion and Company
Editor :
Michael LoCicero
Illustration :
b/w photos, maps
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781911096689
Pages : 266
Dimensions : 9.25 X 6 inches
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Overview
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In 1915, Great Britain and her Empire found itself engaged at Gallipoli and on the Western Front. Lacking the wherewithal to conduct both campaigns effectively, the year was one of theatre-wide learning and experiential exchange that continued to the armistice. Primarily based on a series of papers delivered at the Western Front Association’s Gallipoli and the Western Front Centenary Conference (25-27 September 2015), this compendium volume contains original essays by such notable First World War historians as Stephen Chambers, Mark Connolly, Christopher Pugsley and Gary Sheffield. The various topics include command and control, military technology, logistics and British and Dominion forces.

About The Author
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Dr Michael LoCicero is an independent scholar and Helion & Company commissioning editor. Having earned a PhD from the University of Birmingham in 2011, he has been previously employed as a contracted researcher at the National Archives in London and the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Trust. His publications include a chapter on Brigadier-General Edward Bulfin in the highly regarded Spencer Jones (ed) Stemming the Tide: Officers and Leadership of the British Expeditionary Force 1914 (2013), A Moonlight Massacre: the Night Operation on the Passchendaele Ridge, 2 December 1917 (2014) and a chapter chronicling the forgotten battle of International Trench in Spencer Jones (ed), Courage Without Glory: The British Army on the Western Front 1915 (2015). Michael's forthcoming publications include We Are All Flourishing ..., a co-edited volume of Great War diaries and letters; Catholic Soldier: The Private Correspondence of Major-General Edward "Pinto" Pereria 1914-19, a co-edited collection of unpublished letters, and a contributory chapter on a large-scale German trench raid at La Boisselle in Spencer Jones (ed), At All Costs: The British Army on the Western Front 1916.

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