Easy to read and understand, if you love WWI history you should have this one on your book shelf.
The improved Romanian Army denied the Germans and Austro-Hungarians easy victories like they won in 1916, also winning a few battles on its own.
Well researched with extensive endnotes, this book is a welcome addition to the history of the Eastern Front during WWI.
Glenn Torrey has done a superb job here, in his brilliant work on the Romanian Front in WWI. The 1916 campaign, overlooked as it usually is, is given excellent coverage here. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Buck
Excellent read cover this sectoe of WW1. After reading you get to understand why the rumanians went to war and why they suffered a lot of casualties during the war. Read morePublished 4 months ago by scott bailey
I love books which fill in my knowledge gaps and this book certainly qualifies. Written by an erudite college professor, the author weaves a fascinating story of how Romania,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Albatros D-3
As others have stated, this is a needed book on a sparsely visited subject. I like the book, except for the following:
1. Kaiser Karl? Read more
Here is a topic often overlooked. I found the book to be well written and interesting. For those interested in WWI a must geyPublished 14 months ago by Christopher F. Nelson
A forgotten chapter of WWI history rarely taught anywhere. If you are interested in WWI history this is a must read.Published 16 months ago by John R. Mcdonald
Very well written by the author who spent a lot of time doing the research in this unknown area of WWI history. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rms Military Antiques Stumbo
A summary of the review on StrategyPage.Com:
'Romanian specialist Glenn Torrey, who has also written of Henri Mathias Berthelot: General of France, Founder of Romania... Read more
Interest in WW1 has never been greater- for history fans there are new books every year. Alas the vast majority (at least in English) focus only on the Western Front, with the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mark Wuschke