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Attached is a letter written by the iconic playwright George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1957) to a friend in Vienna which was published in the "Munichener Neueste Nachrichten" as well as the "Frankfurter Zeitung" in April, 1915:

"At that time scarcely one of the leading newspapers took heed of my insistence that this war was an imperialistic war and popular only in so far as all wars are for a time popular."

Click here to read the socialist ramblings of George Bernard Shaw.

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George Bernard Shaw: An Anti-Militarist on the British Home Front (NY Times, 1915)

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