January 13, 2014

Russia Revisits Pivotal Role in World War I

Christian Neef, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

At the beginning of World War I, Russia was a member of the Triple Entente, which went on to win the conflict. By then, however, the Russian czarist empire had vanished and the war was swept under the historical rug. Putin is now bringing it back.

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