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Passchendaele: A New History

By Nick Lloyd

Viking, £25, 432 pages, hardback

The 1917 Battle of Passchendaele was part of one of the worst episodes of World War I, itself one of the worst conflicts in human history. the offensive, which spanned more than three months on the Western Front, was controversial from the moment it happened and remains so today, with historians debating the motivations behind it and whether its vast human cost can possibly be justified. Here, historian and author Nick Lloyd looks at the evidence afresh, suggesting that – despite all of its horror – the Battle of Passchendaele may have been more important to the Allied war effort than sometimes thought.

“The offensive was controversial from the moment it happened and remains so today”

ABOVE: In one of the most memorable photos from World War I, Australian soldiersreturn from the battlefield
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