Table of contents for Cataclysm : the First World War as political tragedy / David Stevenson.

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Note on Military and Naval Terminology
Part One - Outbreak
1. The Destruction of Peace
2. The Failure of the War of Movement, Summer-Winter 1914
Part Two - Escalation
3. Making a New World, Spring 1915-Spring 1917
4. The Widening of the War
5. War Aims and Peace Negotiations
6. The Land War in Europe: Strategy
7. Technology, Logistics, and, Tactics
8. Manpower and Morale
9. Armaments and Economics 
10. Naval Warfare and Blockade
11. The Politics of the Home Fronts
Part Three - Outcome
12. The Third Phase, Spring 1917-Autumn 1918 
13. The February Revolution and American Intervention, Spring 1917
14. Towards Exhaustion, Summer-Autumn 1917
15. The Central Powers' Last Throw, Autumn 1917-Summer 1918
16. The Turn of the Tide, Summer-Autumn 1918
17. Ceasefire
Part Four - Legacies
18. Peacemaking, 1919-20
19. Rebuilding, 1920-29
20. Demolition, 1929-45
21. Conclusion: The War Becomes History 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1914-1918