The Great War Channel Podcast

The Great War Channel Podcast

Indy & Flo interview World War 1 historians

18. April 2018 TGW012 - Matt Keagle About American Ambulance Volunteers

TGW011 - Nicolai Eberholst About The Austro-Hungarian Army in WW1

Nicolai's Twitter Project: https://twitter.com/PikeGrey1418

Additional Reading about the Austro-Hungarian Empire in WW1:
English Litterature:
- Manfried Rauchensteiner - The First World War and the End of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1914-1918
- John R. Schindler - Fall of the Double Eagle: The Battle for Galicia and the Demise of Austria-Hungary
- John R. Schindler - Isonzo: The Forgotten Sacrifice of the Great War
- Geoffrey Wawro - A Mad Catastrophe: The Outbreak of World War I and the Collapse of the Habsburg Empire
- Gunther Rothenberg - Army of Francis Joseph
- Graydon A. Tunstall - Written in Blood: The Battles for Fortress Przemyl in WWI
- John A. Dredger - Tactics and Procurement in the Habsburg Military, 1866-1918: Offensive Spending
- Norman Stone - The Eastern Front 1914-1917

First hand accounts:
- Pal Kelemen - Hussar's picture book: From the diary of a Hungarian cavalry officer in World War I
- Joseph Gal - In Death's Fortress
- Fritz Kreisler - Four Weeks in the Trenches
- Avigdor Hameiri - The Great Madness