By Michael L. Dockrill, David French
Read Online or Download Strategy and Intelligence: British Policy During the First World War PDF
Similar strategy books
A background of the army campaigns close to fortress Ticonderoga, big apple, in 1758.
Within the iciness of 1944--1945, Hitler sought to divide Allied forces within the seriously forested Ardennes quarter of Luxembourg and Belgium. He deployed greater than 400,000 troops in a single of the final significant German offensives of the conflict, which turned often called the conflict of the Bulge, in a determined try and regain the strategic initiative within the West.
The Mississippi River performed a decisive position within the American Civil conflict. The accomplice fortifications that managed the decrease Mississippi valley have been placed to the try within the long Federal crusade of 1862-63. Vicksburg was once a fort urban, referred to as the "Gibraltar of the Confederacy," whose trap is usually noticeable because the key to victory within the conflict.
Released concurrently within the West and the USSR, this research specializes in East-West family members, and the matter of protection. the results of a undertaking related to either American and Soviet experts, this e-book considers the choices and covers coverage concerns on Europe, Korea and fingers relief.
- Military Planning and the Origins of the Second World War in Europe
- British Napoleonic Infantry Tactics 1792-1815
- The Consulting Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Create and Expand a Seven-Figure Consulting Practice
- Strategic Challenges: America's Global Security Agenda
Additional info for Strategy and Intelligence: British Policy During the First World War
The air war lay at the intersection 1 I am grateful to Eric Ash, Sebastian Cox, Christina Coulter and Holger Herwig for comments on earlier drafts of this essay. H. Morrow, German Air Power in World War One (Lincoln, 1982). F. Cheesman, The Air Defence of Britain, 1914-1918 (London, 1984); Douglas H. W. Haddow and Peter M. Grosz, The German Giants: The Story of the R-Planes, 1914-1919 (London, 1969); and Raymond H. Fredette, The Sky on Fire: The First Battle of Britain, 1917-1918, and the Birth of the Royal Air Force (London, 1966).
14; Bushby, Air Defence, p. 62. 'Airbandit': C3I and Strategic Air Defence, 1915-18 25 after the Armistice, several veterans revealed that signals intelligence had provided ample forewarning of Zeppelin raids. F. 8 Such writers, however, have made errors of their own. They have rightly identified the Naval Intelligence Division (NID) as a source for wireless intelligence against Zeppelins. 9 Historians have virtually ignored the role of intelligence against Gothas and Riesenflugzeuge. These errors and omissions have occurred because, until recently, important documents were kept from the public record while British intelligence was veiled in mystery.
35 The absence of real agreement between the leaders of the two Irish parties extended to Ireland itself. 36 To give this resolution reality MacNeill then arranged to visit Belfast to discover the attitude of the Ulster Unionist leaders to the proposal. A telegram was sent to Carson suggesting that the meeting should take place on 7 August. 37 Carson acknowledged receipt of MacNeill's telegram but never came to Belfast. Nothing more was heard of co-operation between the two Volunteer movements.
Strategy and Intelligence: British Policy During the First World War by Michael L. Dockrill, David French