HISTORY OF THE WORLD WAR An Authentic Narrative of The World's Greatest War
By FRANCIS A. MARCH, Ph.D. In Collaboration with RICHARD J. BEAMISH Special War Correspondent and Military Analyst With an Introduction By GENERAL PEYTON C. MARCH Chief of Staff of the United States Army Illustrated with Reproductions from the Official Photographs of the United States, British and French Governments 1919 - 736 pgs; photos; illustrations; chronology of events. A concise history of World War I written from the perspective of the early 1920s. "This is a popular history of the world"s greatest war. Written frankly from the viewpoint of the United States and the Allies, it visualizes the bloodiest and most destructive conflict of all ages from its remote causes to its glorious conclusion and beneficial results. The authors include all theaters including the Balkans, Gallipoli, Italy, Mesopotamia, Russia and the air and naval war".