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Título: The Chief : Douglas Haig and the British ...
Editorial: Aurum Press, London UK
Año de publicación: 2011
Condición del libro: Near Fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good
Edición: 1st Edition
First printing in near fine condition cloth boards. Very tiny bump at spine head. Text pages, eps and illustrations are all clean and bright with no markings or other inscriptions. D/J is unclipped with just very light shelf rubbing. Despatched same or next working day in protective packaging. N° de ref. de la librería 006573
?Well written and persuasive ?objective and well-rounded?.this scholarly rehabilitation should be the standard biography? **** Andrew Roberts, Mail on Sunday
?A true judgment of him must lie somewhere between hero and zero, and in this detailed biography Gary Sheffield shows himself well qualified to make it ? a balanced portrait? Sunday Times
?Solid scholarship and admirable advocacy? Sunday Telegraph
Douglas Haig is the single most controversial general in British history. In 1918, after his armies had won the First World War, he was feted as a saviour. But within twenty years his reputation was in ruins, and it has never recovered. In this fascinating biography, Professor Gary Sheffield reassesses Haig?s reputation, assessing his critical role in preparing the army for war.
Sinopsis: The Chief In this fascinating biography, Professor Gary Sheffield reassesses Haig's reputation, assessing his critical role in preparing the army for war. Full description
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