The Real Cause Of The Great War

Welcome, we hope you are enjoying Volumes I to III of ‘The Great War’ by Karl Helfferich. We found this little gem within the archives of books by the German leader, never translated and now yours for free. Let us know in the comments section below what your thoughts are after reading these books and especially this one; has your perception changed to what you always thought the reasons were for the start of WW1, or do you prefer to adhere to the history books you have read up till now?

WW1 The Great War, The Advent to the Great War, image of Prince Ferdinand's blood stained tunic, This is the first English publication of this work

The Great War Volume I

WW1 The Great War, The Advent to the Great War, image of Prince Ferdinand's blood stained tunic, This is the first English publication of this work

Book cover, The Great War Volume II, unlimited submarine warfare, Never before published in English

The Great War Volume II

Book cover, The Great War Volume II, unlimited submarine warfare, Never before published in English

The Real Cause Of The Great War, Book Cover Image

“Whereas Helferrich was very factual in his account of the Great War, Streseman appeared rather biased in his views and reasons for a Great German Empire”

The Great War Volume III, from unlimited submarine warfare to the collapse, never before been published in English.

The Great War Volume III

The Great War Volume III, from unlimited submarine warfare to the collapse, never before been published in English.

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  1. After reading the great war volumes, I was already doubting what I had been led to believe about WW1, and all wars after that to be frank, I don’t want to spoil it for others so will just say, download this book and make your own mind up to who you think has written history into pages truthfully, knowing that the victor in all conflicts always blames the loser. “Did they jump or were they pushed?

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