The strategist Maj. Gen. Sir Charles Edward Callwell was recalled [‘dugout’] from retirement in 1914 to serve as Director of Military Operations. He was removed from this post in January 1916 for perceived failings in the direction of the Dardanelles Campaign, and later served on military missions to Russia and in the Ministry of Munitions.
CHAPTER I: The Outbreak of War
CHAPTER II: Early Days at the War Office
CHAPTER III: Lord Kitchener’s Start
CHAPTER IV: Lord Kitchener’s Later Record
CHAPTER V: The Dardanelles
CHAPTER VI: Some Experiences in the War Office
CHAPTER VII: Further Experiences in the War Office
CHAPTER VIII: The Near East
CHAPTER IX: Other Side-Shows
CHAPTER X: The Munitions Question
CHAPTER XI: Councils, Committees, and Cabinets
CHAPTER XII: Some Inter-Allies Conferences
CHAPTER XIII: A First Mission to Russia
CHAPTER XIV: A Second Mission to Russia
CHAPTER XV: The Russian Bungle
CHAPTER XVI: Catering for the Allies
CHAPTER XVII: The Press
CHAPTER XVIII: Some Criticisms, Suggestions, and Generalities
London: Constable & Co. Ltd., 1920.
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