The battle of Loos was one of the most hard-fought battles that the British Expeditionary Force waged during the First World War. This work presents an interpretation of Loos, placing it not only within its political and strategic context, but also discussing command and control and the tactical realities of war on the Western Front during 1915.
Dr Nick Lloyd is currently Air Power Lecturer at King's College London, based at the Royal Air Force College in Cranwell, Lincolnshire. He completed his PhD on the battle of Loos at the University of Birmingham. He had spoken widely on the British Army on the Western Front and is the author of several journal articles. He lives in Lincoln.