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Haig's Intelligence : GHQ and the German Army, 1916-1918.

By: Series: Cambridge Military HistoriesPublisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (388 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781107468702
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Haig's Intelligence : GHQ and the German Army, 1916–1918DDC classification:
  • 940.486
LOC classification:
  • D639.S7 B33 2013
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- German army -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1 Organisation -- War Office -- GHQ -- BEF -- Canadian Corps -- Specialist intelligence -- 2 Leadership -- Macdonogh -- Charteris -- Cox -- 3 Personnel -- Staff officers -- Intelligence Corps -- Training -- 4 Frontline -- Observation -- Captives -- Debris -- 5 Espionage -- Preparations -- GHQ Services -- Secret Service -- Rivalry -- Allies -- Other sources -- Contribution -- 6 Photography -- Reconnaissance -- Photography -- Intelligence -- 7 Signals -- Telephones -- Wireless -- Contribution -- 8 Analysis -- Germany -- German army -- Western Front -- Part II -- 9 Somme -- Expectation -- Offensive -- 10 Arras -- Winter -- Withdrawal -- Offensive -- 11 Third Ypres -- Messines -- Passchendaele -- 12 Cambrai -- 13 German offensives -- Anticipation -- Somme offensive -- Lys offensive -- Final offensives -- 14 Hundred Days -- Amiens -- Withdrawal -- Collapse -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1 Identifications of German units at the Front, 1916-1918 -- Appendix 2 Contribution of sources to identification of German units at the Front, 1916-1918 -- Appendix 3 British assessments of German divisions on the Western Front, October 1918 -- Bibliography -- Government papers -- Archives générales du royaume, Belgium -- Archives New Zealand -- Australian War Memorial -- Imperial War Museum -- Library and Archives Canada -- Musée royal de lArmée et dhistoire militaire, Belgium -- National Archives and Records Administration, United States -- National Archives, United Kingdom -- British Library -- Service historique de la défense, France -- Département Air -- Département Marine -- Département Terre -- Wichita State University Special Collections -- Private papers -- Aberdeen University -- Australian War Memorial -- Bodleian Library -- British Library.
Cambridge University Library -- Churchill Archives Centre -- Durham County Record Office -- Hoover Institution -- Houghton Hall -- Imperial War Museum -- Library and Archives Canada -- Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives -- Liddle Collection, University of Leeds -- Liverpool Record Office -- London School of Economics -- Medmenham Collection -- Military Intelligence Museum -- National Army Museum -- National Library of Scotland -- New Zealand Army Museum -- News International Archive and Record Office -- Parliamentary Archives -- Privately held -- Queen's University -- Royal Air Force Museum -- Royal Artillery Library -- Royal Engineers Library -- Tank Museum Archives and Reference Library -- United States Army Military History Institute -- Oral sources -- Imperial War Museum -- Liddle Collection, University of Leeds -- Contemporaneous published sources and memoirs -- Secondary sources -- Theses -- Index.
Summary: Haig's Intelligence confronts a perennial question about the British on the Western Front: why did they think they were winning?.
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Intro -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- German army -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1 Organisation -- War Office -- GHQ -- BEF -- Canadian Corps -- Specialist intelligence -- 2 Leadership -- Macdonogh -- Charteris -- Cox -- 3 Personnel -- Staff officers -- Intelligence Corps -- Training -- 4 Frontline -- Observation -- Captives -- Debris -- 5 Espionage -- Preparations -- GHQ Services -- Secret Service -- Rivalry -- Allies -- Other sources -- Contribution -- 6 Photography -- Reconnaissance -- Photography -- Intelligence -- 7 Signals -- Telephones -- Wireless -- Contribution -- 8 Analysis -- Germany -- German army -- Western Front -- Part II -- 9 Somme -- Expectation -- Offensive -- 10 Arras -- Winter -- Withdrawal -- Offensive -- 11 Third Ypres -- Messines -- Passchendaele -- 12 Cambrai -- 13 German offensives -- Anticipation -- Somme offensive -- Lys offensive -- Final offensives -- 14 Hundred Days -- Amiens -- Withdrawal -- Collapse -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1 Identifications of German units at the Front, 1916-1918 -- Appendix 2 Contribution of sources to identification of German units at the Front, 1916-1918 -- Appendix 3 British assessments of German divisions on the Western Front, October 1918 -- Bibliography -- Government papers -- Archives générales du royaume, Belgium -- Archives New Zealand -- Australian War Memorial -- Imperial War Museum -- Library and Archives Canada -- Musée royal de lArmée et dhistoire militaire, Belgium -- National Archives and Records Administration, United States -- National Archives, United Kingdom -- British Library -- Service historique de la défense, France -- Département Air -- Département Marine -- Département Terre -- Wichita State University Special Collections -- Private papers -- Aberdeen University -- Australian War Memorial -- Bodleian Library -- British Library.

Cambridge University Library -- Churchill Archives Centre -- Durham County Record Office -- Hoover Institution -- Houghton Hall -- Imperial War Museum -- Library and Archives Canada -- Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives -- Liddle Collection, University of Leeds -- Liverpool Record Office -- London School of Economics -- Medmenham Collection -- Military Intelligence Museum -- National Army Museum -- National Library of Scotland -- New Zealand Army Museum -- News International Archive and Record Office -- Parliamentary Archives -- Privately held -- Queen's University -- Royal Air Force Museum -- Royal Artillery Library -- Royal Engineers Library -- Tank Museum Archives and Reference Library -- United States Army Military History Institute -- Oral sources -- Imperial War Museum -- Liddle Collection, University of Leeds -- Contemporaneous published sources and memoirs -- Secondary sources -- Theses -- Index.

Haig's Intelligence confronts a perennial question about the British on the Western Front: why did they think they were winning?.

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