NEW EBOOK - The Battle of Mons 1914
An ebook containing contemporary accounts of the first major battle
fought by British troops in the First World War at Mons in 1914.
Complete with explanatory glossary and background.
Britain had not fought a major war for 99 years when its army went
into action in Belgium in 1914. Nobody was certain how well the British
army would fare in the face of the professional German Army that had
fought recent several wars, nor how the British would compare with their
French Allies. At the little town of Mons the answer would come in
bloody, violent and emphatic fashion.
Here contemporary accounts of the British deployment and of the
fighting is given in its full original condition, along with an
introductory note and an explanatory glossary by historian Leonard
This ebook is a must for anyone seeking to understand more about the First World War.
Introductory note by Leonard James
Chapter 1 Moltke's Strategy
Chapter 2 The British Arrive at Mons
Chapter 3 The German Tidal Wave
About the Author
Leonard James has written dozens of books, mostly on history or
military subjects for a wide audience. He is uniquely placed to analyse
and comment upon the accounts used in the “Eyewitness World War 1”
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