1913: The Eve of War by Paul Ham
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
An incredibly well researched book that gives perspectives from multiple points of view on the causes of World war 1. The book offers insight into the personalities, economics and politics of the time - showing how the various factions did little to avoid the conflict and many, actively pursued conflict as an inevitable show of force. It is a very straightforward book, a bit dry at times, but a very interesting look at this time in history.
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