December 26, 2013

What if Germany Had Won World War I?

Martin Kettle, The Guardian

The Associated Press

With the war's centenary near, this is not a parlour game. Counterfactual conjecture allows us to see the conflict far more objectively.

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TAGGED: Germany, World War I, France, UK, Europe

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