How diplomats make war, 5th printing

by Francis Neilson

Other authorsJohn Haynes Holmes (Introduction)
Hardcover, 1915

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New York: B. W. Huebsch, 5th printing (1940)

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LARGE PRINT EDITION! More at LargePrintLiberty.com.Francis Neilson (1867-1961) was a member of the British Parliament, one of the last truly educated British aristocrats, a colleague and friend of Albert Jay Nock's, and an amazing historian and stylist. He is also the author of this historic book, the first truly revisionist account of the origins of World War I to appear in English. It was published only six weeks after he resigned from Parliament.It blasted onto the scene in 1915, at a time when such talk would soon be against the law in the United States (yes, people went to jail for opposing the war). Neilson's thesis was 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 buildup and secret diplomacy of Britain. His reconstruction of the history of 19th-century diplomacy provides incredible detail to fill out this thesis, even as he never loses sight of the big picture.… (more)

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382 p.; 21 cm

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934

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