How Diplomats Make War
by Francis Neilson
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute 2007
Number of pages: 400
The first truly revisionist account of the origins of World War I to appear in English. The thesis is that Germany didn't bear some unique guilt for the war. There was plenty of blame to go around but ultimately its rests with the arms build and secret diplomacy of Britain.
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