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Haig's Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western FrontWheels of modern industrial warfare Providing a fresh viewpoint on the history of the Western Front Boff draws on extensive research in the German archives to offer a history of the First World War from the other side of the barbed wire He revises conventional explanations of why the Germans lost with an in depth analysis of the nature of command and of the institutional development of the British French and German armies as modern warfare was born Using Rupprecht's own diaries and letters many of them never before Well that is what Haig managed to beat Un tres bon general ordinair

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PDF â BOOK Haig's Enemy ✓ JONATHAN BOFF ✓ ❮EPUB❯ ✼ Haig's Enemy: Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front Author Jonathan Boff – Dcmdirect.co.uk During the First World War the British army's most consistent German opponent was Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria Commandingthan During the First World War the British army's most consistent German opponent was Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria Commandingthan a million men as a General and then Field Marshal in the Imperial German Army he held off the attacks of the British Expeditionary Force under Sir John French and then Sir Douglas Haig for four long years But Rupprecht was to lose not only the war but his son and his throne In Haig's Enemy Jonathan Boff explores the tragic tale of Rupprecht's war ― the story of a man caught under the This book purports to be a biography but really isn't It's got a fe

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Published Haig's Enemy views the Great War through the eyes of one of Germany's leading generals shedding new light on many of the controversies of the Western Front The picture which emerges is far removed from the sterile stalemate of myth Instead Boff re draws the Western Front as a highly dynamic battlespace both physical and intellectual where three armies struggled not only to out fight but also to out think their enemy The conseuences of falling behind in the race to adapt would beterrible than ever imagine Haig’s Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany’s War on the We