Philip Gibb’s description of the “Historic First of July” a. argued…

Question Answered step-by-step Philip Gibb’s description of the “Historic First of July” a. argued… Philip Gibb’s description of the “Historic First of July” a.argued that the Germans were simply too effective an army to beaten by in 1916  b.was written as German propaganda for an audience in Berlin  c.offers gritty depiction of the slaughter of thousands of British soldiers to protest the treatment of the troops by High Command  d.paints a very rosy picture of the British efforts at the opening of the Battle of the Somme for an audience of English readers  e.suggested that the French had not fought hard enough and that they were the cause of the British failure on the day    History World History HIST 3780 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)

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