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Category Archives: War
This is my fourth post on Lessons from the Great War. The first raised four questions. The second addressed one of the questions – why did the war end? The answer was that the Allies on the Western Front had … Continue reading
The good does draw to the good. – Chris Hedges Chris Hedges is an award-winning American journalist who this past January gave the John Albert Hall lecture at the University of Victoria, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The organizers underestimated … Continue reading
I have these three books in my bookshelf. They each discuss the origins of the First World War. They do not agree. The oldest is The World Crisis by Winston Churchill, and it has my grandfather’s name in it indicating … Continue reading
I recently finished A Concise History of Greece, Third Edition by Richard Clogg (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013). Clogg is a now a retired professor of modern Greek history, but previously lectured in London and Oxford. The book is just … Continue reading
In my initial post on the Great War I asked four questions. The first of them was about the reasons for the war, and the second was about why the belligerants persisted in the war at such great cost rather … Continue reading