Stephen Crane

Great Battles Of The Great War

“Great Battles Of The Great War” is a masterwork of historical battle narratives of the First World War. Stephen Crane published this book for the Daily Chronicle. There are numerous maps added and it offers a perfect understanding of many military actions in the course of the war.


I. The Heroic Defence Of Liége
II. The Occupation Of Brussels.
III. The Giant Conflict At Mons
IV. The Masterly British Retreat.
V. How Retreat Led To Victory
VI. Louvain: The Brand Of Shame
VII. The Dramatic Turning Point
VIII. Paris Prepares For Siege
IX. The Battle Of The Marne
X. The Germans Hurled Back
XI. The Battle Of The Rivers
XII. A Historic Tug-Of-War
XIII. The Fall Of Antwerp
XIV. The Fight For The Channel
XV. Britannia Rules The Waves
XVI. At Helgoland And Elsewhere
XVII. Losses And Gains At Sea XVIII. The Eastern Campaign
XIX. The Conquering Russians
XX. The Clash Of Slav And Teuton
XXI. Great Events On The Vistula
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