Fine. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First Printing of the First Ralph Myles Edition. A scholarly analysis of the 'war guilt' imposed on Imperial Germany during and following World War 1 in the form of a bold analysis of Professor B. E. Schmitt's published work on that subject and analysis of other sources, the author positing that Germany does not bear anywhere near solitary blame for the outbreak of war, but was merely dishonstly scapegoated by the victor powers and their 'court historians'. With a wonderful foreword by Harry Elmer Barnes and an introduction by Henry M. Adams. Softcover, 236pp. A beautiful copy, unused and unread. Very rare.
This work reviews the work of Prof. Schmitt, one of those who long after the truth had begun to emerge endeavored to maintain the myths of Allied propaganda from the Great War. The author absolutely again and again refutes the Allied perspective that has so permeated our textbooks and histories. Gentlemen and good scholars, the bottom line is that not only should the US remained out of the war, it should probably aided the Central Powers.
All the strained efforts of Schmitt and those who still insist on the guilt of Germany in 1914 are shown for the perversions they are. Laboriously researched and full of microscopic detail, this work should be placed in every college and military academy in the United States. Perfect for the scholar, the researcher, the honest amateur, this work is a MUST READ for every World War Il enthusiast.
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