- Title Pages
- 1 ‘Restitution, Reparation, Guarantee against Repetition’: The Lloyd George Government and its Objectives, December 1916–January 1917
- 2 The Collapse of Kitchener's Strategy, December 1916–May 1917
- 3 The British Crisis, May–August 1917
- 4 The War Policy Committee and the Origins of the Flanders Offensive
- 5 ‘Boche Killing’
- 6 Caporetto, Cambrai, and the Supreme War Council
- 7 Victory in 1918 or 1919?
- 8 The British Peace Offensive, December 1917–March 1918
- 9 The Defeat of the Spring Offensive, March–July 1918
- 10 The Campaign of 1919
- 11 ‘Victory is Essential to Sound Peace’: The Armistice Negotiations, September–November 1918
- Primary Sources
- The Strategy of the Lloyd George Coalition, 1916–1918
- Oxford University Press
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