This collection of scholarly articles examines the key personalities and personal conflicts of World War I. The relationship between the tree cousins George V, Wilhelm II, and Nicholas II was important in the early stages of the war. Each country had a civilian prime minister who often had a stormy relationship with his military commanders. The Western allies in particular had conflicting aims and priorities. The success or failure of key individuals to cooperate and communicate had tremendous repercussions during World War I, with the fate of millions often hanging in the balance. These essays reveal the true relationships at the top during the 1914-1918 period, and how they influenced the course of the war.
Leadership in Conflict
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