This is a review of Volume 4 of the free Kindle edition.
Volume 4 is another great volume in this set of WWI history, as written as the war continued.
The references to the Turks in chapter 1 seemed off, when compared to the rest of Volume 4, or the earlier works. I felt like that author had a score to settle, which didn't fit in well.
The air war gets much more attention in this volume. The volume covers the 2nd half of 1915 and starts into 1916.
The Edith Cavell incident is truly tragic. To paraphrase the quote from the volume, "It wasn't so much a crime as a blunder." I'm still unclear how another country's citizen could commit treason. Expel the woman back to England, don't kill her. No quicker way to hurt your own cause with the neutrals.
The story of the Moewe is quite interesting (can't do the umlaut properly on my keyboard). We'll see if later volumes cover her follow up missions. She ends up being sunk by British fighters in 1945.
The fall of Serbia, Montenegro and Albania are covered. The horror of the impact on the civilian population is hard to imagine. As well as the Armenian massacres.