The Great War that ended a hundred years ago had been at a deathly stalemate until the Germans launched their offensive in March, 1918. Suddenly it was an entirely new conflict, with British forces reinforced by American and Canadian troops—all masterminded under the tactical command of French General Ferdinand Foch. Gain deep new insights into the final, violent campaigns that gave the Allies victory at last. A satisfying, must-read for military history buffs, produced in partnership with Britain’s Imperial War Museums. Hardcover, 256 pages; lavishly illustrated with more than 200 photographs, illustrations and maps.