British Parliament over First World War – 3 Aug 1914

Read through, what you will find is that, Edward Grey, without even notifying the Parliament, without even seeing all the doors of negotiation, dragged Britain into a war which it no way is concerned about. The members dissenting the view are literally irritated at the way things are progressing – the government is deliberately driving… Read More British Parliament over First World War – 3 Aug 1914

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Edward Grey – The Foreign Secretary’s Case for First World War – 3 Aug 1914

Well, this looks more like a feudal announcement laced with contempt towards the rest – I don’t care what you people think, I have already made my decision and not something from a country which calls itself the first democracy and upholder of morality. And the way Ramsay Macdonald tears it apart in a single… Read More Edward Grey – The Foreign Secretary’s Case for First World War – 3 Aug 1914

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The British Prime Minister Henry Asquith Formalising War – 4 Aug 1914

Well, looking at the face of it, there are a few important points to note. Belgium asked for diplomatic support, not material or military Germany gave it’s word of honour even after Belgium was invaded effectively stating, we are going to go back once our work is done and that Germany violated Belgian neutrality because… Read More The British Prime Minister Henry Asquith Formalising War – 4 Aug 1914

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British Parliament over First World War – 3 Aug 1914

Read through, what you will find is that, Edward Grey, without even notifying the Parliament, without even seeing all the doors of negotiation, dragged Britain into a war which it no way is concerned about. The members dissenting the view are literally irritated at the way things are progressing – the government is deliberately driving… Read More British Parliament over First World War – 3 Aug 1914

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Forced War I – Incompetence in East Africa

Well, someone gets a thought and the British decide to annex German East Africa comprising of the current Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. With a German force of 3000 German of which only 1200 are active soldiers supported by 11000 African(wholly Askari?), it should have been a cakewalk for the British to take down the colony. The German… Read More Forced War I – Incompetence in East Africa

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