Niall Ferguson explores the possibility that responsibility for World War I is mostly British, not German. Ferguson discusses specifics of the war, including military advances and death tolls. He argues that this war would have been a continental war if it had not been for the British decision to enter the war, which caused the war to balloon.
Pity of War
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