Who Started World War One?
By Harry Elmer Barnes. WWI: It was the first of the devastating modern wars, involving nations from across the globe and resulting in millions of casualties—both civilians and soldiers. “The Germans started the war”—that is what we have been told by those who wrote the history of World War I.
But how much blame should Germany really bear? And what about Austria-Hungary, England, Russia, Belgium, Italy and France?
What was the complex set of circumstances that blew out of control after the assassination of an archduke of Austria-Hungary?
What other options were left to the nations involved? How did England and Germany get involved in these matters?
And why were Russia and France so eager for a fight?
Follow along as Revisionist historian Harry Elmer Barnes walks us through the complex history of the time—from the perspective of each of the participant nations.
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Softcover, 60 pages