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Trevor Wilson

Trevor Wilson is emeritus professor of history at Adelaide University.

Lord Kitchener and Winston Churchill

Richard Prior and Trevor Wilson, 14 January 2002

In the course of 1915, British naval and military forces, assisted by units from France and the British dominions, sought to gain mastery of the Dardanelles and Gallipoli. Their ultimate object was to knock Germany’s ally Turkey out of the Great War. The operation was conducted in two phases. First, an attempt was made to rush a naval force through the Dardanelles to bombard or overawe...

Stormy Weather

E.S. Turner, 18 July 1996

On a June night in 1917, in his home at Walton Heath in Surrey, the Prime Minister asked to be roused at 3 a.m., because there was something he did not want to miss: the big bang from afar which...

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The Great War Revisited

Michael Howard, 23 April 1987

The Great War of 1914-1918 is at last a respectable field of study for British professional historians. There has been no lack of monographs on specialised aspects of that gigantic tragedy: what...

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