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The First World War Roll of Honour: Volume Thirteen: January - March 1918 (Paperback)

M D Dale

Edité par Createspace, United States, 2014
ISBN 10: 1500631159 / ISBN 13: 9781500631154
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Titre : The First World War Roll of Honour: Volume ...

Éditeur : Createspace, United States

Date d'édition : 2014

Reliure : Paperback

Etat du livre : New

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Language: English . Brand New Book. The 17-volume First World War Roll of Honour is a commemorative series of books to remember all the military and civilian casualties of the UK, Commonwealth and former Empire nations who lost their lives during the First World War for the respective time period covered by each volume. Each entry lists, where known and recorded, the name, rank, service number, date of death and unit (or for civilian casualties, name, date of death, cause of death and age). The books are set out by Nation of Service, Military Branch then by Regiment. In some instances only initials are given for first names where full names were not known/recorded in the original sources. Officers were not issued service numbers. The British and Commonwealth armies on the Western Front had just suffered a devastating loss at Cambrai in late November and early December 1917, following a series of successes throughout the summer and autumn at Ypres. At home, the Germans were to give the east coast another rude awakening to the vulnerability of civilians from an ailing naval fleet that at one point in late 1917 was at threat of complete destruction and the capture of its home ports in Belgium. The fragile peace negotiations between Russia and Germany faltered and the Germans own Somme Offensive was launched. 1918 was set to be just as eventful, traumatic and costly as any year before it. This thirteenth book in the First World War Roll of Honour series covers the casualties attributable directly to the War (including those killed in action, died of wounds, illness or other means) for all nations of the British Empire and Commonwealth during January to March 1918. It also lists members of the Merchant Navy and the known civilian casualties caused as a direct result of enemy action that are not commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. In total, 53,342 names are included in this volume of the First World War Roll of Honour. N° de réf. du libraire AAU9781500631154

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Synopsis : The 17-volume ?First World War Roll of Honour? is a commemorative series of books to remember all the military and civilian casualties of the UK, Commonwealth and former Empire nations who lost their lives during the First World War for the respective time period covered by each volume. Each entry lists, where known and recorded, the name, rank, service number, date of death and unit (or for civilian casualties, name, date of death, cause of death and age). The books are set out by Nation of Service, Military Branch then by Regiment. In some instances only initials are given for first names where full names were not known/recorded in the original sources. Officers were not issued service numbers. The British and Commonwealth armies on the Western Front had just suffered a devastating loss at Cambrai in late November and early December 1917, following a series of successes throughout the summer and autumn at Ypres. At home, the Germans were to give the east coast another rude awakening to the vulnerability of civilians from an ailing naval fleet that at one point in late 1917 was at threat of complete destruction and the capture of its home ports in Belgium. The fragile peace negotiations between Russia and Germany faltered and the Germans' own 'Somme Offensive' was launched. 1918 was set to be just as eventful, traumatic and costly as any year before it. This thirteenth book in the First World War Roll of Honour series covers the casualties attributable directly to the War (including those killed in action, died of wounds, illness or other means) for all nations of the British Empire and Commonwealth during January to March 1918. It also lists members of the Merchant Navy and the known civilian casualties caused as a direct result of enemy action that are not commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. In total, 53,342 names are included in this volume of the First World War Roll of Honour.

Synopsis: The British and Commonwealth armies on the Western Front had just suffered a devastating loss at Cambrai in late November and early December 1917, following a series of successes throughout the summer and autumn at Ypres. At home, the Germans were to give the east coast another rude awakening to the vulnerability of civilians from an ailing naval fleet that at one point in late 1917 was at threat of complete destruction and the capture of its home ports in Belgium. The fragile peace negotiations between Russia and Germany faltered and the Germans' own 'Somme Offensive' was launched. 1918 was set to be just as eventful, traumatic and costly as any year before it. This thirteenth book in the First World War Roll of Honour series covers the casualties attributable directly to the War (including those killed in action, died of wounds, illness or other means) for all nations of the British Empire and Commonwealth during January to March 1918. It also lists members of the Merchant Navy and the known civilian casualties caused as a direct result of enemy action that are not commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. In total, 53,342 names are included in this volume of the First World War Roll of Honour.

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