The Encyclopedia of World War I by Spencer C. Tucker (Editor); John D. Eisenhower (Foreword by); Priscilla Mary Roberts (Editor)
Publication Date: 2005-09-27
There are 1,219 A-Z entries covering military culture and tactics for all engaged armies in unprecedented depth, describing important events cultural and political figures geopolitical agreements, social issues and much more. A separate primary source volume with 195 official documents, diary entries, and letters from all types of people involved in the war, with introductory information to place the documents in historical context. Insightful introductory essays that discuss the root causes of the war, the catalyzing events that lead to the outbreak of war, an overview of the war itself, and a discussion of the long-term impact of the war. Additional features include a glossary, historiography, general bibliography, plus a comprehensive chronology.