History of the Great War Based on Official Documents (British Official History)

Military Operations

The volumes of the British Official History: Military Operations are as follows:

Military Operations: France and Belgium, 1914

Military Operations: France and Belgium, 1915

Military Operations: France and Belgium, 1916

Military Operations: France and Belgium, 1917

Military Operations: France and Belgium, 1918

Military Operations: Gallipoli

Military Operations: Italy, 1915-1919, Brigadier-General Sir James E. Edmonds and H.R. Davies, 1949

Military Operations: East Africa, 1914-1916

Military Operations: Togoland and the Cameroons, 1914-1916, Brigadier-General F.J. Moberly, 1931

Military Operations: Macedonia

Military Operations: Egypt and Palestine

Military Operations: Mesopotamia

Naval Operations

Five volumes by the official Royal Navy historian Sir Julian S. Corbett (1854-1922). Sir Julian died when he was completing Volume III and before he had agree to the corrections to this volume. The remaining works were completed by the writer and poet Sir Henry J Newbolt (1862-1938).

Merchant Navy

Air Operations

Six volumes of The War in the Air. Volume I was written by Walter Raleigh, who died after its completeion. H A Jones wrote the next six volumes.

Medical History of the War

The medical history of the First World War was written by the Colonel-Commandant of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Major General Sir William Grant Macpherson KCMG, CB (1858 - October 1927).

Related Links

Official Military Histories of the First World War

Australian Official History of the First World War

French Official History of the First World War

German Official History of the First World War