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The Forgotten Battle Series Le Cateau 1914 by Michael Gavaghan

The Forgotten Battle Series Le Cateau 1914 by Michael Gavaghan

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Unveil the lesser-known yet critical encounter of World War I with "The Forgotten Battle Series: Le Cateau 1914." Authored by the esteemed historian Michael Gavaghan, this meticulously researched book delves into the Battle of Le Cateau, fought on August 26, 1914. Often overshadowed by larger battles, Le Cateau was a significant moment in the early days of the Great War.

Gavaghan’s narrative is rich with detailed historical accounts, drawing from official records, personal diaries, and eyewitness testimonies. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the tactics and strategies employed by both the British Expeditionary Force and the German Army. Through vivid storytelling, readers will gain a deeper understanding of the battlefield dynamics, the soldiers' experiences, and the broader implications of this engagement on the war's progression.

Ideal for history enthusiasts, military scholars, and anyone interested in World War I, "The Forgotten Battle Series: Le Cateau 1914" offers an insightful and gripping portrayal of courage, resilience, and the stark realities of warfare. This book is a valuable addition to any collection, shedding light on a pivotal yet often overlooked chapter of history