2 edition of Marshal Ferdinand Foch found in the catalog.
Marshal Ferdinand Foch
Atteridge, A. Hilliard
A. Hanna. John Buchan, 1953, B15.
|Statement||by A. Hilliard Atteridge. With a preface by Colonel John Buchan.|
|Contributions||Buchan, John, 1875-1940.|
|LC Classifications||DC342.8.F6 A7 1919a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 7-256 p.|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||19011429|
Foch, Ferdinand, , World War, , Tactics Publisher New York, Dodd, Mead and company Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English. Marshal Ferdinand Jean Marie Foch (2 October – 20 March ) was a French general and Marshal of France, Great Britain and Poland, a military theorist and the Supreme Allied Commander during the First World aggressive, even reckless commander at the First Marne, Flanders, and Artois campaigns of , Foch became the Allied Commander-in-Chief in and .
English: Identifier: marshalffoch00atte (find matches) Title: Marshal Ferdinand Foch, his life and his theory of modern war Year: Authors: Atteridge, A. Hilliard (Andrew Hilliard) Subjects: Foch, Ferdinand, World War, -- Campaigns Western Front Tactics Publisher: New York: Dodd, Mead and company Contributing Library: University of California Libraries. Cleveland: Frank Moore Studio, ().. ().. Very good. - sc An original 10 inch high by 7 inch wide sepia-toned silver print photograph depicting Ferdinand Foch, the French military officer who was Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies during the First .
Marshal Ferdinand Foch (2 October – 20 March ) - a First World War hero - was a French soldier and military theorist. A native of Tarbes in the south of France, Foch enlisted in the infantry during the Franco-Prussian War and later graduated from the École d'application de l'artillerie et . Foch, Ferdinand (fĕrdēnäN` fôsh), –, marshal of France.A professor at the École de Guerre, he later served (–11) as director of that institute. In World War I, he was responsible, with General Joffre and General Gallieni, for halting the German advance at the Marne ().
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The Memoirs of Marshal Foch book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Born in in the Hautes-Pyrenees, Foch fought in the Franco 3/5. Marshal Ferdinand Foch, His Life and His Theory of Modern War. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Official record of the celebration given in honor of Marshal Ferdinand L.
Foch. Ferdinand Foch () was a key Marshal Ferdinand Foch book military commander during World War I. He joined the infantry during the Franco-Prussian War, eventually becoming head of the war college. Indeed, some of the book’s influence is due less to its intrinsic qualities than to the prestige of its author, Marshal Ferdinand Foch (–).
Foch was the Supreme Allied Commander inmaking him France’s most accomplished general of the past century and the man who led France to victory at the end of its bloodiest war. Marshal Ferdinand Foch, His Life and His Theory of Modern War [Illustrated Edition] book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Illust Author: Andrew Hilliard Atteridge. About this Item: Naval & Military Press, United States, Paperback. Condition: Marshal Ferdinand Foch book. Language: English. Brand new Book. Foch's pre-war contributions as a military theorist and lecturer have long been recognised, and he has been credited as "the most original and subtle mind in the French Army" of the early 20th century.
Ferdinand Foch was an outstandong marshal of France and commander of Allied forces during the closing months of World War I, generally considered the leader most responsible for the Allied victory. He stopped the Germans during their massive attack in and launched a counteroffensive which drove them back and ended the war.
Marshal Ferdinand Foch of France is one of the most important military figures in early twentieth-century history. As a French Army commander during the First World War, he earned some famous victories before being appointed Supreme General of the Allied Forces in spring It was Foch who accepted the German surrender on November 11th.
SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Sir George Aston. The Biography of the Late Marshal Foch. New York: Macmillian. Andrew Hilliard Atteridge. Marshal Ferdinand Foch: His Life and His Theory of Modern War. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company. Cyril Falls. Marshal Foch. London and Glasgow, Scotland: Blackie & Son, Ltd.
Book Descriptions: Ferdinand FocH;, Marshal ofF rance and Commanderin-C hief of the Allied A rmies, is one of the soldiers who have won a lasting place in the annals of war in the world wide conflict of our time.
Few among the war leaders have achieved such eminent distinction. In this clash of armed nations, with armies of millions in the field, it has been exceptionally difficult for any man.
Marshal Ferdinand Foch, His Life and His Theory A. Atteridge penned many books on the subject of warfare, concentrating mainly on the Napoleonic period and the German army in the run up to the First World : A.
Hilliard Atteridge. The Memoirs of Marshal Foch Hardcover – January 1, by Ferdinand Foch (Author), T. Bentley Mott (Translator) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $/5(1). Marshal Ferdinand Foch was a noted French commander during World War I. Having entered the French Army during the Franco-Prussian War, he remained in the service after the French defeat and was identified as one of the nation's best military minds.
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Marshal Ferdinand Jean Marie Foch (2 October – 20 March ) was a French general and Marshal of France, Great Britain and Poland, a military theorist and the Supreme Allied Commander during the First World War. Ferdinand Foch (‒) was appointed supreme Allied commander on April 3, “Generalissimo” until he was made a marshal in August Foch led the Allied armies that blocked the German spring offensive of that year, the counterattack against the Germans at the Second Battle of the Marne, and the Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
He also played a major role at the Paris Peace. SJ writes in, 31 Jul You wrote Monday about the well-known comment attributed to Marshal Foch about the treaty of Versailles ().
It happens I have with me a book written by one Commandant Charles Bugnet who was Foch’s aide-de-camp entitled En écoutant le maréchal Foch (Listening Marshal Foch) published in Based on this book, it seems the story of the comment. Ferdinand Foch ended the First World War as Marshal of France and supreme commander of the Allied armies on the Western Front.
Foch in Command is a pioneering study of his contribution to the Allied victory. and the dearth of books in English on Marshal Ferdinand Foch, Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces on the Western Front.
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The Memoirs of Marshal Foch By Ferdinand Foch. Life; War; Book overview. Born in in the Hautes-Pyrenees, Foch fought in the Franco-Prussian War of and became an artillery specialist. Inhe was appointed as head of the ƒcole de Guerre.
In Foch commanded the French Second Army, stopping the German advance on Nancy. During all the time that Marshal Foch commanded the Allied Armies I served at his headquarters, having been appointed by General Pershing as liaison officer between him and the Marshal. General Weygand was chief of staff, Captain Boutal was aide-de-camp, and Captain Pupier attended to the non-military matters in the Marshal's ever increasing.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Drake, Francis Ernest, International cross roads and Marshal Foch in America.
Paris, Priv. Print. by H. Clarke, Author of The principles of war, De la conduite de la guerre, Precepts and judgments, Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de la Guerre deThe memoirs of Marshal Foch, Éloge de Napoléon, Speech of Marshal Foch of France at third annual convention American legion, Kansas City, Mo, Des principes de la guerre: conférences faites à l'École supérieure de guerre.