2 edition of Armistice 1918. found in the catalog.
Harry R. Rudin
Facsimile reprint of the work published New Haven : Yale University Press, 1944.
The armistice with Germany, the most important of the five, was really a peace treaty in miniature. Basing its account on a close study of archive material from the UK, France and the US, this book offers a detailed examination of the process which became an extensive diplomatic and military set of instructions to armies and governments. Examines events leading to the armistice of and political, social and military consequences of this and the Versailles Treaty. This book addresses key questions such as: why did Germany agree to .
Get this from a library! Armistice, [R G Grant] -- Discusses the end of World War I and the signing of the armistice and of the Treaty of Versailles. Discusses the harsh terms of these documents and the overall impact of the war on the world. Armistice by R. G. Grant, unknown edition, The armistice signed in November signaled the end of World War I. It can be regarded as a turning point in the history of the 20th :
Read "Armistice " by Bullitt Lowry available from Rakuten Kobo. The five armistices arranged in the fall of determined the course of diplomatic events for many years. The armistic Brand: The Kent State University Press. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barclay, C.N. (Cyril Nelson), Armistice London, Dent, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
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Eleventh Month, Eleventh Day, Eleventh Hour: Armistice Day, World War I and Its Violent Climax by Joseph E. Persico Paperback $ Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by (2). From Publishers Weekly.
Beginning on October 3,with Germany's initial armistice inquiry to President Woodrow Wilson, Lowry's exhaustive study follows the murky negotiations based on Wilson's Fourteen Points that led to the Compiegne Armistice signing on Novem /5(3).
Armistice carefully examines these important questions and covers the consequences of World War I on a global scale: the Russian revolution, the rise of fascism, and economic hardship in Britain and Germany. Read more Read less The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and : Reg Grant.
Armistice The Last Days of the First World War Told Through Newspaper Reports, Official Documents and the Accounts of Those Who Were There by Paul Kendall Armistice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
At hours on 11 Novemberthe guns fell silent across the battlef 4/5. This is a book which goes into considerable detail concerning the end moves which brought four years of bloody warfare to an end. It examines the conflicts which existed between the Allies and the United States over the armistice terms.
There is a considerable analysis of the divergent aims of the paricipants and an eventual resolution/5(3). Armistice Voices From The Past by Paul Kendall, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble®.
At hours on 11 Novemberthe guns fell silent across the battlefields of Europe. After the deadliest conflict the world had ever seen, peace. Our Stores Are OpenBook AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & : Paul Kendall. Armistice User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Lowry (history, North Texas Univ.) uses newly opened archives in Great Britain, France, and the. This book focuses on the hours from when the Armistice is signed at 5 in the morning until it takes effect at 11 a.m. 10, or so casualties with 2, or so killed for reasons the author details and points out the folly of the thinking.
One example one last charge to gain territory that failed was given freely to the allies 4 Cited by: 3. "11th Month 11th Day 11th Hour" is a book that both engages and frustrates at the same time. Considering the book's title (as well as its subtitle -- "Armistice Day, "), I began reading this book thinking that Joseph Persico was going to do an in-depth look at the final day of fighting in World War I/5(94).
Armistice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This series presents an unbiased account of the most devastating wars that /5. Try the new Google Books.
Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. Get print book. No eBook available. AbeBooks; Amazon; Find in a library Armistice Harry R. Rudin Snippet view - Armistice, Though the book is occasionally weighed down by its own density, Armistice will be invaluable to scholars and historians while others will revel in its trenchant insight into the minds and machinations of men and the inevitable consequences.
Photos and maps not seen by PW. (Dec.) Publishers Weekly - Publisher's WeeklyPages: At hours on 11 Novemberthe guns fell silent across the battlefields of Europe. After the deadliest conflict the world had ever seen, peace had finally arrived.
Since the withdrawal from the Somme and the repulse at Verdun, the Germans knew they could not win the war and had sought a negotiated end to the : Paul Kendall.
BULLITT LOWRY, Armistice (Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, ), xv + pp. $ cloth (ISBN ). In his book, Bullitt Lowry provides an in-depth analysis and historical account of the making of the armistice of Novem Excerpt In Octoberthe Germans asked the Allied and Associated Powers for an armistice.
Victory was coming to the Allies and the United States because of the Germans' failure in their offensive and the effect of that failure on the other Central Powers—Bulgaria, the Ottoman. The Armistice of A historic event It was in the Compiègne Forest – within the Rethondes Clearing, to be precise – that the Armistice was signed on 11 November at AM between the Allies (represented by France and Great Britain) and the German plenipotentiaries.
Beginning on October 3,with Germany's initial armistice inquiry to President Woodrow Wilson, Lowry's exhaustive study follows the murky negotiations based on Wilson's Fourteen Points that.
The armistice between the Allies and Germany was signed in a railway carriage in Compiègne Forest on 11 Novemberand marked the end of the First World War on the Western Front.
Principal signatories were Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the Allied Commander-in-chief, and Matthias Erzberger, Germany's representative. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks.
Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Armistice, March 1-Novem Volume 8 of Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, Ray Stannard Baker: Author: Ray Stannard Baker: Publisher: Doubleday, Page.
A used hard cover WW1 German Allies Armistice Reference Book. Total of pages, with lots of information and pictures. Great for reference. Examines the events leading to the armistice of and the political, social and military consequences of the Versailles Treaty.
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TERENCE SMITH: It was the armistice that ended World War I on Nov. 11,that gave us this date to honor veterans of all wars.
With me now to look at that extraordinary day is Joe Persico, author of the newly published “11th month, 11th day, 11th Hour: Armistice Day World War I and Its Violent Climax.” Joe Persico, welcome.The armistice signed in November signaled the end of World War I.
It can be regarded as a turning point in the history of the 20th century. Why did Germany sign the armistice and agree to the harsh terms imposed by the Versailles Treaty? How did these agreements change the social and political structure of Europe? How do we remember those who fought and died in World War I?