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U.S. Army Newspaper Stars and Stripes, World War I.
The Blooding of the Guns: A Novel of the Battle of Jutland
Fullerton. 288 pages (December 2001) Soho Press, Inc. The Battle of Jutland,
off the coast of Denmark, was fought between the British Navy and the
German High Seas Fleet on the 31st of May 1916, the largest naval battle
of World War One. This novel is from the viewpoint of both junior and
senior British officers as the battle looms and then takes its course
of violence, death and destruction. Fullerton is a graduate of the Royal
Naval College and served in WW II on battleships, cruisers, destroyers,
and submarines so he brings an expert eye for detail to the writing. Ships
and their movements in the novel are as recorded by dispatches and memoirs
of actual participants at Jutland.
The First World War
by John Keegan. 512 pages (May 1999) Knopf. Author Keegan, a military historian and prolific writer (search this page for other Keegan books) explains why World War I happened, and how it changed
everything. Use this link for a review
from the New York Times plus a sample chapter.
Hell! We Just Got Here!
: The American Expeditionary Force in France
1917-1918 by Martin Marix Evans. 112 pages (October 1998) Osprey Pub Co.
The first one-volume history of the US in World War I with many never-before-published
maps and illustrations.
by Robert B. Asprey. 376 pages (November 1996) University
of North Texas Press. Military historian Robert Asprey describes the epic
battle and unexpected victory that created the turning point that allowed
the Allies to win WW I.
The Guns of August
by Barbara W. Tuchman. 640 pages paperback (originally published 1962, multiple editions available.) Presidio Press. The outstanding popular account of the people and events at the outset of World War I.