Behind the Front: British Soldiers and French Civilians, 1914-1918

  title={Behind the Front: British Soldiers and French Civilians, 1914-1918},
  author={Craig Gibson},
Introduction Part I. Mobile Warfare, 1914: 1. The first campaign Part II. Trench Warfare, 1914-17: 2. Land 3. Administration 4. Billet 5. Communication 6. Friction 7. Farms 8. Damages 9. Money 10. Discipline 11. Sex Part III. Mobile Warfare, 1918: 12. The final campaign Conclusion Epilogue Appendices Bibliography. 
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