Amazon.com: Customer reviews: World War 1: World War I in 50 Events: From the Very Beginning to the Fall of the Central Powers (War Books, World War 1 Books, War History) (History in 50 Events Series Book 5)
History books has always been boring for me but this one is different. It's still history but in a short and brief. I wish my elementary history books were like this I could just memorize it in 50 events. Geesh, I had so many sleepless nights with history and hated it to bits especially the dates. I am actually inspired to write even a shorter version of this. haha.
People who loves reading about our history should have this. This book provides a compilation of important events on World War I. What I like about this book are the pictures that they included in this book. It can somehow take you back during those days. This book is very informative, reader friendly and a great learning experience. I would highly recommend this book to everyone.
I have been reading history books since high school. It was entertaining to know some facts and story of persons or origin of something. This book caught my attention and interest cause I am wondering how and what is the function of world war I. This book explained and illustrated well the scenarios and everything you wanted to know. This is exactly what I am looking for. The author did a great job . I am looking forward to read more books from this author.
I really enjoyed the book World War 1: World War I in 50 Events: From the Very Beginning to the Fall of the Central Powers. This is a fairly quick read that is brief and concise about World War I. The book is factual. I recommend this book to anyone who likes military history or needs a brief concise introduction to World War I. I will read many more books from this author.
A great book for students on the history of world war 1. I really don't like long winded books, I just want the meat of the facts. So this was perfect. The illustrations bring a lot to the book and although the material can be a bit dry at times, the writer brought events right out of the page.
This book is a quick read; and, it is well done. It deserves 5 stars because it is concise and cleanly edited. It is not a through history. People who desire an overview of WW-1 will enjoy reading this book. Scholars will find the book lacking.
tons of amazing information on the first world war in this book. you will love the illustration put in place by the author to create a better experience for you. lots of facts i never even heard of before
Although 50 “events” are discussed, the information given is far to brief to be useful. Unless the reader comes to this book with prior knowledge of the war, the text and events are confusing and incoherent.