Germany Ascendant (Paperback)

The weight of continually carrying on a two-front war eventually forced the German collapse in 1918 — and, though the West is more often remembered as the primary theater of battle, the East also played host to its fair share of dramatic clashes. This extensively researched title makes a convincing argument that the campaigns against Tsarist Russia proved equally influential as regards the outcome of the war, and explores some of the early years' successful German offensives.