Ypres: Death of an Army (Fortunes of War) by General Sir Anthony Ferrar-Hockley

On October 12 1914, Allied forces mounted an attack in the Ypres area with the intention of recapturing Lille and driving deep into Belgium. Attack and counter-attack, with very little ground lost or taken, died away in stalemate with 58000 men of the old British regular army fallen in one month of fighting.

Condition

Used, like new. 

Publisher

Cerberus Publishing Ltd

Date published

2005

Format

Softback