A Wood Called Bourlon: The Cover-Up After Cambrai, 1917

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After the great victory in the famous tank battle at Cambrai in 1917 the church bells, having been silent for three years, rang out joyously all over Britain. But within ten days triumph had turned to disaster. How did this happen and why? William Moore, a distinguished First World War historian, attempts to explain what went wrong. All the advantages gained were thrown away; thousands of British troops were captured and hundreds of guns were lost. Mr Moore has studied the evidence (much of it previously unpublished) ...

A Wood Called Bourlon: The Cover-Up After Cambrai, 1917 2014, Pen & Sword Military, South Yorkshire

ISBN-13: 9781473821262

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A Wood Called Bourlon: The Cover-Up After Cambrai, 1917 1988, L. Cooper, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780850524826

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