Leading to World War I from behind: Britain’s neutrality tease, and smokescreen over Russian mobilisation

In this, the latest article in a continuing if slightly irregularly published series looking at an orthodox history of the events leading to the start of World War I from a post-9/11 perspective, we examine how the British misdirected Germany into war by posing as a potential non-participant. On the other hand, the Russians, who were planning to use More...

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By P W Laurie On Tuesday, December 25th, 2018

British and Russian relations ahead of World War I: paying out the rope for a self-hanging

In this continuation of a series examining the British engineering and instigation of the First World War (previous instalment here), we look at the means by which Russia must have been further reassured by Britain More...

By P W Laurie On Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

Britain and France’s secret World War I alliance: a guarantor for Russian aggression

Continuing the series where post-9/11 criticism is applied to the events leading to the start of the First World War (see list at foot of page), this piece looks at the de facto military alliance that existed, in More...

By P W Laurie On Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

“Post-911 criticism” applied to the events leading to World War I – and the Café Croissant false flag

Continuing the World War I series, which will now extend into December, and following on from an introductory article regarding the case to be made for British engineering and instigation of the conflict, this piece More...

By P W Laurie On Monday, November 12th, 2018

The case for Britain as engineer and instigator of World War I; an introduction

Writing in the margins of a communiqué that had made the scales fall from his eyes, Kaiser Wilhelm wrote this: England, France, and Russia are in league to wage a war of annihilation against us, taking the Austro-Serbian More...

By P W Laurie On Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

The First World War and the March of Socialism

There is a growing tendency in works of revisionist history to blame Britain for the commencement of the First World War – and this may well be the correct thing to do. One such example is a book published More...

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