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"We find ourselves preparing for the next war when the ink is hardly dry on the still unratified Treaty of Peace."

These were the concerns of the Japanese rulers who were surprised to find that their country had rapidly become the subject of much attention by their former allies, the Americans and the Commonwealth nations following the close of the World War I.

Pictured above is the God of War, who looks on with mild amusement.

The German economist who made the Reich's rearmament possible was named Hjalmar Schacht, click here to read about him...

     


Preparing for the Next War (Literary Digest, 1919)

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