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World War I: Britain’s Share of Guilt

Andreas van de Kamp Staatsstreich.at 9. September 2014 For mainstream historians Britain’s declaration of war to Germany a hundred years ago was driven by dire necessity. But two recently published books are critical of this notion. The first one posits, … Continue reading

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