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10 April 2013


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One of the most complex events in European history and perhaps the world, WWI awaits release of still classified documents from the warring powers. Also personal narratives and biographies yield many variations of the events and personalities.

The reality of the German people was correctly focused on the fact that they were not completely defeated by the Allies and that the Allies did not win complete victory in any sense of the word.

The best book on the impacts of WWI in the USA I have read is called simply "1919" and forget the author but brilliant insights into the domestic fallout from the war as Edith Gault Wilson ran the country's foreign and domestic level federal policy.

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