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Austria-Hungary's experience of Germany's junior partner was fraught with misunderstandings and a failure to devise a coherent common strategy
Gill Bennett OBE
The First World War was a catalyst for the growth and consolidation of Britain's embryonic intelligence services
John Buckley and Gary Sheffield
Negative myths about the British Army's performance, especially during the Great War, obscure the reality of an institution that learned and improvide throughout both world wars
A German appraisal of the Naval Race indicates that it may well have been fuelled by British over reaction and miscalculation.
In the shadow of the Great War, General Sir Edmund Barrow questioned the validity of Norman Angell’s theory that projections of military power had become futile.
Germany’s treatment of Belgian citizens disregarded contemporary international legislation enacted to protect civilians in war-time.