The Origins of the War of 1914, Volume 3

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Enigma Books, 2005 - 772 pages
A classic because of its comprehensive treatment of the subject, Albertini's book has been out of print for half a century. Beginning with the Congress of Berlin in 1878, Albertini traces the pattern of events that led Europe to the greatest cataclysm ever faced.

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Finishing this book gave me a sense of accomplishment. 688 pages of some very dense history that tells about one of the most important events of the 20th century. WWI truly changed the face of Europe ... Read full review

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I am very happy to have finally finished this book. I have been reading it so long it looks like a used book I would give a C-. The author, Luigi Albertini, took almost twenty years to write this book ... Read full review

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IN GERMANY THE GERMAN ULTIMATUM TO RUSSIA
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Greys attitude to AustriaHungary Berchtolds desire to postpone the rupture with
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The Kaisers telegram to Francis Joseph and Moltkes startling proposals to Conrad p
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