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The Blue Wound

 Author: Garet Garrett  Category: Other Books  Published: 1921  File Size: 416.5 KB  Download
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Who and What Really Started World War One

Who started World War One? That is the all-encompassing question that Garet Garrett asks in this classic book from 1921. The amazing thing about this book — apart from its insightfulness into what or who really started World War One, and Garrett’s knowledge of World history — are the astonishingly prescient predictions he makes about the impending rise of Japan and the resurgence of Germany — leading to even further conflicts.


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