The long fuse: an interpretation of the origins of World War I

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Lippincott, 1965 - World War 1914-1918 - 282 pages
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User Review  - douboy50 - LibraryThing

Good book; well written. Not too much new regarding 'the origins of the First World War'. However......what I did find interesting and new in this work is the emphasis on Austria-Hungary in reviewing ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dan Mccormack - Goodreads

The best short summary of the origins of World War 1 that I have read. Excellent tracing of the myriad of unfortunate circumstances and bad decisions that unleashed a conflict that no force could stop. Read full review

Contents

The Lost Utopia
25
The Austrian Anomaly
55
The Europe of the Armed Camps
83
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