War by Timetable: How the First World War Began
War by Timetable is a history of the mobilization of the armies of the Great Powers in 1914 and the use specifically of the railroads. This fascinating and controversial book is essential reading not just for historians of the First World War, but for all who are interested in the logistics of war.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - john257hopper - LibraryThing
This short book summarises the series of mishaps, misunderstandings (both accidental and wilful) and coincidences (along with a certain measure of malice) among the great powers that led to the ... Read full review