World War 1 in photographs.

by Robin Cross

Publisher: Parragon

Written in English
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SeriesCoffee Table Books
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Open LibraryOL18689847M
ISBN 100752566997

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If you're looking for a book filled with endless details then this isn't it, but if you're looking for a lighter read, if such a thing is possible given the tragedy that was WW1, a book that gives rudimentary facts about the key events /5.

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World War I in Photographs is of great interest and a good read for both those with a passing interest and true historians/5(2). Get this from a library. World War 1: in photographs. [Robin Cross] -- Word War I wrought global devastation, destorying empires and the lives of tens of millions.

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Covering the period this book contains more than photographs of war torn Europe. The book is hardcover, covered black, with a dustjacket depicting a picture of British Infantry storming German trenches. (I thought it unusual that the cover had a picture on it when the book was a photohistory)/5(2).

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