The Complete France & Belgium Series, volumes included are:
1914 Vol I
Mons, the retreat to the Seine, the Marne and the Aisne
1914 Vol II
Antwerp, La Bassée, Arnetieres, Messines and Ypres
1915 Vol I
Winter 1914-15: Battle of Neuve Chapelle: Battles of Ypres
1915 Vol II
Battles of Aubers Ridge, Festubert, and Loos
1916 Vol I
Sir Douglas Haig’s Command to the 1st July:
Battle of the Somme
Covers the first six and a half months of Haig’s command,culminating with the opening day of the Somme.
1916 Vol II
2nd July 1916 to the end of the Battles of the Somme
1917 Vol I
The German Retreat to the Hindenburg Line and the
Battle of Arras
1917 Vol II
Messines and Third Ypres (Passchendaele)
1917 Vol III
The Battle of Cambrai
1918 Vol I
The German March Offensive and its Preliminaries
1918 Vol II
March-April: Continuation of theGerman Offensives
18 Vol III
May-July:The German Diversion Offensives and First Allied Counter-Attack
1918 Vol IV
The Franco-British Offensive
1918 Vol V
26th September – 11th November.The Advance to Victory
Transportation on the Western Front
The Occupation of the Rhineland 1918-29
OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR. FRANCE & BELGIUM. 20 Volume set with Appendices.
New Editions with all Maps Reproduced in Full Colour.
The Official History of the Great War was the grandest official history ever produced in Britain. Its purpose was to provide “within reasonable compass an authoritative account, suitable for general readers and for students at military schools.”
Due to the number of full-colour maps bound in each volume previous attempts to reprint this valuable reference ether floundered, or were produced with the maps in monochrome.
At last the acclaimed work of the official cartographers who had ninety thousand maps at their command an be examined as they intended in full colour.