World War I Illustrated Atlas

World War I Illustrated Atlas

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World War I might conjure up images of the trenches of the Western Front where the fighting raged for nearly four and half years, but this was only part of what was truly a world war. It was a complex conflict fought in a number of theatres: an air war, a land war fought in the Balkans, Italy, Africa, Turkey and the Middle East, and also a naval war fought in the North Sea, South Atlantic, South Pacific and Indian Oceans. The 'Great War' introduced killing on an unprecedented scale and resulted in the loss of millions of lives.
World War I Illustrated Atlas is a comprehensive visual guide to this complex conflict. In fine detail, it plots the exact course of the land, sea and air campaigns, enabling the reader to trace the ebb and flow of the fortunes of all sides. With more than 180 full-colour maps, every theatre of war is covered - from the Western Front to Penang, from Gallipoli to Galicia, from Dogger Bank to Dalmatia, from Romania to Rhodesia and from the Falklands to Togo and the Sinai desert.
All the maps have been specially commissioned from an expert cartographer. Each map is designed to highlight a particular aspect of the war - thus maps vary in shape and size, with some giving a global perspective while others depict the exact movement of armed forces on land, sea or in the air. Battles such as Jutland, the Somme, Cambrai and the Gallipoli campaign are shown in great detail. All maps are accompanied by an explanatory key.
With expert, accessible text and accompanying archival photographs, this complete atlas provides an invaluable work of reference for both the general reader and the serious student of World War I.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 211 x 270 x 20mm | 950g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 180 maps and 40 photos; 220 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1838860916
  • 9781838860912
  • 692,415

Table of contents


The World 1914
Franco-Prussian War
Russo-Japanese War
Austro-Hungarian Empire
The Balkans, Crete and Cyprus
The Balkans - Ethnic Groups
European Alliances and War Plans
European Military Strengths
The Eastern Front July 1914

First Invasion of Serbia August 1914
Second Invasion of Serbia
Serbian Counter Offensive
Invasion of Serbia
Serbian Exodus
The Balkans 1916
Salonica: The Spring Offensive
British Attacks at Lake Dojran
The Balkans September-November 1918

The Eastern Front August 1914
Masurian Lakes September 1914
The Galician Campaign
Eastern Front Late 1914
Winter Battle in Masuria
Central Powers Advance May- September 1915
Central Powers Advance May-August 1915
Bolimov - the First Use of Gas
Eastern Front End of 1915
Lake Naroch
Brusilov Offensive
Romanian Invasion of Transylvania
Invasion of Romania
Eastern Front December 1916-March 1917
Russian Revolution 1917
Kerensky Offensive
German Baltic Operations
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
The New States of Eastern Europe

Schlieffen Plan
Conquest of Belgium
Capture of Liege
Battles of the Frontiers
Battle of Mons
Battle of the Marne
Battle of the Aisne
The Race to the Sea
Yser and Ypres
Battle of Armentieres
First Battle of Champagne
The Western Front October-December 1914
Neuve Chapelle
Battle of the Woevre
Second Battle of Ypres
Aubers Ridge and Festubert
Second Battle of Champagne
Battle of Loos
Battle of Artois
The Western Front 1915
Plan of Fort Douaumont
Verdun - French Counter-attack
First Day of the Somme
The Somme July-September 1916
Battle of Delville Wood
Pozieres Ridge
The Somme Sept-Nov 1916
Tanks on the Somme
Ancre Heights
The Hindenburg Line
The Nivelle Offensive
Battle of Vimy Ridge
Arras and Vimy Ridge
Battle of Messines
Battle of Cambrai
The German Offensive
Operation Michael
Other German Spring Offensives
Franco-American Counter-attacks
Black Day of the German Army
St. Mihiel
Meuse-Argonne Offensive
Final Allied Advance
The Western Front 1918

The Ottoman Empire
Caucasus Campaign
Lower Mesopotamia
Ottoman Raid on the Suez Canal
Naval Attack in the Dardanelles
Gallipoli Campaign
The Cape Helles Front
Suvla Bay and Anzac Cove
Russian Capture of Trebizond
Mesopotamia Overview
Capture of Qurna
First Battle of Kut
Battle of Ctesiphon
Retreat to Kut
Sinai and Palestine
The Arab Revolt
Gaza and Beersheba
Conquest of Jerusalem
Central Mesopotamia
The End of the Ottoman Empire
Italy and its Empire
Italian Front
Isonzo Battles 1915-17
Isonzo Battles June 1915-March 16
Trentino Offensive May-June 1916
The Isonzo Battles March 1916- September 1917
Trentino Offensive June 1917
Caporetto 24 October-1 November
Caporetto 1-12 November 1917
Piave Offensive
East Africa
Easter Rising
U.S. Soldiers by State
Central and South America
Mexican Revolution

World Battle Fleets and Major Naval Bases
Voyage of the Emden
Pacific Squadron
Battle of Heligoland Bight
Battle of Dogger Bank
North Sea Battles
Battle of Jutland
U-boat Campaign
A Typical Convoy Plan
Ships Sunk by U-boats
U-boat Losses
Allied Blockades of Germany
British Submarines in the Baltic
The Mediterranean
Aircraft on the Western Front 1916-17
First Air Raids
The Largest Airship Raid
Bombing of Paris
Bombing of England
Air Defence of Britain
Aircraft of the Western Front 1918
British Strategic Bombing Offensive

Central Powers on the Brink
The Armistice
The Armistice Conditions
Break-up of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
European Treaties
Poland and Czechoslovakia
Sykes-Picot Plan
League of Nations Mandate
Imperial Manpower Contributions
Manpower Table
Military Casualties and Civilian Deaths

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About Professor Michael S Neiberg

Michael S. Neiberg is Professor of History and Chair of War Studies at the United States Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. His published work specializes on the First and Second World Wars in global context. The Wall Street Journal named his Dance of the Furies: Europe and the Outbreak of World War I (Harvard University Press) one of the five best books ever written about that war. In October 2016 Oxford University Press published his Path to War, a history of American responses to the Great War in Europe, 1914-1917 and in July 2017 Oxford published his Concise History of the Treaty of Versailles. In 2017 he was awarded the Medaille d'Or du Rayonnement Culturel from La Renaissance Francaise, an organization founded by French President Raymond Poincare in 1915 to keep French culture alive during the First World War.
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