Haig's command: a reassessment

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Viking, Mar 8, 1991 - History - 362 pages
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Briefly traces Haig's life and career, reexamines his role during World War I, and attempts to explain why he changed his diaries in an effort to rewrite the war

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User Review  - charlie68 - LibraryThing

An in-depth look into the British Army and life in general on the Western front, and does a great takedown of General Haig and his leadership. Arguments are well brought out and backed up and changes one's view of the Great War. Read full review

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User Review  - DiamondDaibhidJ - LibraryThing

A relentless and detailed demolition of one of the most controversial military commanders of World War 1. Sir Douglas Haig was the commander of British and Empire (including Canada and Newfoundland ... Read full review


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