History of War


Author: Richard van Emden Publisher: Pen & Sword Price: £25.00

By the end of World War I in November 1918, the Allies and Central Powers had spent $82.4 billion (roughly $2 trillion in 2018 dollars) in a conflict that saw the mobilisation of nearly 70 million men. Around 8 million combatants were killed in actual

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