Verdun 1916

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Between February and the end of October 1916, the Battle of Verdun claimed around 681,000 French and German soldiers killed, wounded or missing and devastated almost 200 square kilometres of land in a titanic struggle that was to be remembered as 'the uniquely awful low point' of the First World War. In this in-depth study, Buckingham begins with the history of Verdun as a key fortified site on France's eastern border before giving a meticulously detailed account of the battle.

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Verdun 1916

Verdun 1916

The Deadliest Battle of the First World War

Paperback318pp Illustrated

9781445652863     Product Code: 224231

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Between February and the end of October 1916, the Battle of Verdun claimed around 681,000 French and German soldiers killed, wounded or missing and devastated almost 200 square kilometres of land in a titanic struggle that was to be remembered as 'the uniquely awful low point' of the First World War. In this in-depth study, Buckingham begins with the history of Verdun as a key fortified site on France's eastern border before giving a meticulously detailed account of the battle.

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