January 30, 2014

The Dead Dream of Charlemagne

Raymond de Souza, National Post

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The civilizational suicide of 1914 -- the war to end all wars, fought for no great cause -- is the real history of cursed Europe.

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TAGGED: Charlemagne, Europe, World War I, European Union

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