Originally Posted by SteveEisenberg
I've mentioned before Sir Winston Churchill's multi-volume, heavy, out of print, hard-to-find in public libraries, history of World War I, the World Crisis
-- which I've read is better than his outstanding World War II history.
Justificaton for this post : A fresh search shows World Crisis volume 1 became available, this year, as an uncorrected Canadian optical character recognition scan, at archive.org:
Yes, thank you for that! A very impressive document; all 445 pages of it!
It's always interesting when new documents come into the public domain. Although, truth be told, not being a big reader of world history I probably won't make the time to read it. But still interesting to know what's available none the less.