Introduction - The Balance in the East The First Battles Galicia and Poland Russia's Recovery The First Russian Revolution Russia Capitulates The Allied Intervention in Russia The Civil and Russo-Polish Wars Further Reading Index
Illustrated history of the Eastern Front in World War I from Tannenberg to the Russo-Polish War
David Jordan is a lecturer at the Joint Services Command and Staff College in Wiltshire, England. With a PhD from the University of Birmingham, he has held positions at the universities of Birmingham, Worcester, and Keele, as well as the Open University. Dr. Jordan has written many books and articles on military subjects, including Wolfpack, The U.S Navy Seals, Battle of the Bulge: The First 24 Hours, and The Fall of Hitler's Third Reich. Michael S. Neiberg is Professor of History and co-director of the Center for the Study of War and Society at the University of Southern Mississippi. He is the author or editor of more than a dozen books, including his first book, Making Citizen-Soldiers: ROTC and the Ideology of American Military Service , published by Harvard University Press in 2000. He taught on the faculty of the United States Air Force Academy for eight years and focuses his work on the international dimensions of the First World War and warfare more generally. Among his most recent books are Fighting the Great War: A Global History (Harvard University Press) and a forthcoming study of the Second Battle of the Marne, to be published by Indiana University Press for its Twentieth Century Battles series.