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The British Route to War

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Britain's entry into the Great War is far more complex than the reason for the country embarking on the Second World War. The following factors were mentioned by Sir Edward Grey (Foreign Secretary) in Parliament on the eve of war:[1] "Present Balkan Crisis" (ie assassination) Morroccan crisis Friendship with France Possible risk to (French) …


Marlborough College in the Great War in 100 Lives

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Although a relatively short book, and one of specialist interest, Marlborough College in the Great War in 100 Lives is large in format, concept and quality in its telling of the lives and deaths of former students in the Great War. Written by former pupils and staff and illustrated in colour and monochrome, the book underlines the often–undervalued…