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Attached is the book review of Winston Churchill's heady tome, The Aftermath:

"All too frequently Mr. Churchill passes lightly over the story he alone can tell and repeats the stories that other men have told."...[Yet] no one who wants to understand the world he lives in can afford to miss The Aftermath. Would that all contemporary statesmen were one-tenth as willing as Mr. Churchill to tell what they know."

The World Crisis, 1911-1914; 1915; 1916-1918, Vol 1 and 2; Aftermath; Easternfront

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The 1918 article posted below first appeared in the last issue of a popular British trench newspaper:

Read the thoughts of one W.W. I veteran who regrets having gone to war...

     


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The World After W.W. I (The Bookman, 1929)

The World After W.W. I (The Bookman, 1929)

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