Douglas Haig Diaries and Letters 1914–1918

Douglas Haig Diaries and Letters 1914–1918Douglas Haig Diaries and Letters 1914–1918 by Gary Sheffield, John M. Bourne, John Bourne
ISBN: 0753820757
Published by Orion Publishing on October 1st 2006
Genres: Diaries & Journals, Great Britain
Pages: 560

Len's Summary: Advertised as offering previously unpublished material some of it -- not surprisingly -- unflattering to Asquith and Lloyd George. Sheffield and Bourne are both authors of several earlier histories of The Great War.

First World War Remembered: In Association with Imperial War Museums

First World War Remembered: In Association with Imperial War MuseumsFirst World War Remembered: In Association with Imperial War Museums by Gary Sheffield
ISBN: 9780233004051
Published by Andre Deutsch Genres: General, Military
Pages: 132

Len's Summary: An illustrated narrative history for beginners.

Forgotten Victory: The First World War – Myths and Realities

Forgotten Victory: The First World War – Myths and RealitiesForgotten Victory: The First World War - Myths and Realities by Gary Sheffield
ISBN: 0747271577
Published by Headline on December 31st 2001
Genres: Great Britain, Military, United States, World War I
Pages: 298

Len's Summary: The is definitely worth reading as a revisionist look at the causes, strategy, leadership and consequences of The Great War in Great Britain and America. Not a survey history, but rather a first class series of essays.

Command and Control on the Western Front: The British Army’s Experience 1914-18

Command and Control on the Western Front: The British Army’s Experience 1914-18Command and Control on the Western Front: The British Army's Experience 1914-18 by Gary Sheffield, Dan Todman
ISBN: 1862274207
Published by The History Press on September 1st 2008
Genres: History, Europe, Great Britain, Military, World War I, World War II
Pages: 224

The Chief: Douglas Haig and the British Army

The Chief: Douglas Haig and the British ArmyThe Chief: Douglas Haig and the British Army by Gary Sheffield
ISBN: 9781845136918
Published by Aurum on May 1st 2012
Genres: Great Britain, Military, World War I
Pages: 460

Len's Summary: Another in a long line of examinations of the generalship of Sir Douglas Haig by a premier British military historian. As usual, Sheffield’s work is particularly readable.

The Western Front Experience: 1914-1918

The Western Front Experience: 1914-1918The Western Front Experience: 1914-1918 by Gary Sheffield
ISBN: 9781847329172
on February 7th 2012
Genres: History, Military, Pictorial, World War I
Pages: 63

Len's Summary: Billed as a basic guide to the Western Front; for the non specialist. // Heavily illustrated work describing the development of trench warfare spotlighting the appalling conditions endured by troops as well as specific actions and major battles. A coffee table book recommended by History Today.

Naval Warfare, 1914-1918: From Coronel to the Atlantic and Zeebrugge

Naval Warfare, 1914-1918: From Coronel to the Atlantic and ZeebruggeNaval Warfare, 1914-1918: From Coronel to the Atlantic and Zeebrugge by Gary Sheffield, Tim Benbow
ISBN: 1906626057
Published by Amber Books on October 10th 2008
Genres: Military, Naval, World War I
Pages: 224

Len's Summary: A survey history of the war at sea.

The First World War in 100 Objects: The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped It

The First World War in 100 Objects: The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped ItThe First World War in 100 Objects: The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped It by Gary Sheffield
ISBN: 9781780973968
on January 2nd 2014
Genres: History, Military, World War I
Pages: 256

Len's Summary: Gas masks, tanks, Zeppelins, Churchill’s cigar and other iconic objects of war described in brief paragraphs by one of England’s premier military historians.

Command and Morale: The British Army on the Western Front 1914-1918

Command and Morale: The British Army on the Western Front 1914-1918Command and Morale: The British Army on the Western Front 1914-1918 by Gary Sheffield
ISBN: 9781781590218
Published by Pen & Sword Books Limited on March 1st 2014
Genres: Great Britain, Military, World War I
Pages: 249

Len's Summary: By a British historian of the first rank; recommended. // A look at the internal workings of the BEF by a premier British military historian.