Nicholas Best tells the story in sweeping, cinematic style, revealing that events were far from pre-ordained. From the generals’ headquarters to the frontline trenches, from the factories to the farms, he reveals the twists and turns that led to the end of the Great War.
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Best’s descriptions of military events are evocative, and he provides considerable descriptive detail but avoids an actual blow-by-blow account in most cases: “One of the grenades had exploded against Flora’s revolver, which had shielded her from the full force of the blast…But Flora survived, al...Sep 01 2008 | Read Full Review of The Greatest Day in History: ...
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