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The cost of the world war to Germany and to Austria-Hungary

Leo Grebler

The cost of the world war to Germany and to Austria-Hungary

by Leo Grebler

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Published by Yale University Press, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, for the Carnegie endowment for international peace: Division of economics and history in New Haven, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Leo Grebler and Wilhelm Winkler
    SeriesCarnegie endowment for international peace. Division of economics and history. Economic and social history of the world war
    ContributionsWinkler, Wilhelm, 1884-1984
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC56 .C4495 vol. 1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 192 p.
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26978476M
    OCLC/WorldCa890037


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The cost of the world war to Germany and to Austria-Hungary by Leo Grebler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The cost of the World War to Germany and to Austria-Hungary. [Leo Grebler; Wilhelm Winkler; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Division of Economics and History.]. For the Central Powers, the First World War started with high hopes for an easy victory.

But those hopes soon deteriorated as Germany's attack on France failed, Austria-Hungary's armies suffered catastrophic losses, and Britain's ruthless blockade brought both nations to the brink of by: 5.

Cost of the world war to Germany and to Austria-Hungary. New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, for the Carnegie endowment for international peace: Division of economics and history, The Great War toppled four empires, cost the world 24 million dead, and sowed the seeds of another worldwide conflict 20 years later.

This is the only book in the English language to offer comprehensive coverage of how Germany and Austria-Hungary, two of the key belligerents, conducted the war and what defeat meant to them. During World War I, the German Empire was one of the Central Powers that lost the war.

It began participation in the conflict after the declaration of war against Serbia by its ally, forces fought the Allies on both the eastern and western fronts, although German territory itself remained relatively safe from widespread invasion for most of the war, except for a brief.

Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews The Cost of the World War to Germany and to Austria-Hungary. The Cost of the World War to Germany and to Austria-Hungary. By Leo Grebler and Wilhelm Winkler. pp, Yale University Press, for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, : Robert Gale Woolbert.

The Great War toppled four empires, cost the world 24 million dead, and sowed the seeds of another worldwide conflict 20 years later. This is the only book in the English language to offer comprehensive coverage of how Germany and Austria-Hungary, two of the key belligerents, conducted the war and what defeat meant to them.

This new edition has been thoroughly updated throughout, including new. When World War I had ended, more than 1 million of the 8 million men mobilised in the Austro-Hungarian armed forces had died in action or as prisoners of war.

More than million had been wounded, million had become ill and hospitalised, while between and million soldiers of the Habsburg armies were taken prisoner (Gratz and Cited by: This book draws on ten years of archival research to provide the first comprehensive treatment in English of how Germany and Austria-Hungary conducted World War I and what defeat meant to them/5.

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