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Published by Folio to mark the Telegram's centenary, Barbara Tuchman’s gripping account reveals the events that finally brought the United States into the First World War.
This emotive history constructs an absorbing narrative from the eyewitness testimonies of those who experienced the war. Contemporary photographs illuminate their words.
The First World War is brought to life with first-hand accounts and comprehensive research in this compelling two-volume set.
One hundred years on, the enduring impact of the First World War is explored in Paul Fussell’s acclaimed literary and cultural history.
In his engrossing account, Martin Gilbert traces each step of the war’s progression, from the tensions and alliances leading up to it and the first skirmishes on the French and Belgian borders, to the final peacemaking and remembrance. His geographical scope is equally broad, from Mesopotamia and East Africa to the ‘forgotten war’ waged in the Atlantic.
One of the finest war novels ever written, describing the Battle of the Somme from the viewpoint of an ordinary soldier.
The most famous German anti-war novel, based on Remarque’s own experiences in the trenches, tells the story of a generation destroyed by war.
A hauntingly illustrated edition of Under Fire, Henri Barbusse’s uniquely devastating anti-war masterpiece published at the height of the First World War.
Star of both stage and screen, War Horse is now published in a Folio edition with a striking binding and a series of powerful illustrations by Alan Marks.
A modernist masterpiece, Ford Madox Ford’s Great War tetralogy is vividly evoked in this striking two-volume edition.
Defying all genres, In Parenthesis is one of the First World War’s greatest works of literature. This edition includes artwork by calligrapher Ewan Clayton and a foreword by Harold Bloom.
Colm Tóibín introduces Hemingway’s early masterpiece.