Certainly: I recommend "The Myth of the Great War" by John Mosier.
The thesis of the book is that in 1917, German victory was inevitable due to the inevitability of total French collapse and the British running out of ammunition. But American entry allowed a vast influx of arms, munitions and manpower which turned the tide decisively enough to make the war last long enough for the German public to be starved into revolution.
When you read On War, get the Howard/Paret translation. Avoid all other translations like the plague. Also, be prepared to learn next to nothing about war, only about Clausewitz' conceptions of government.