Daily Archives: June 30, 2020

Second Mover Advantage In American Military History

The United States has been in a great many wars, but many of them have followed a consistent pattern.  The Americans are minding their own business blithely going about their business of trading and seeking to do business throughout the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Racial Realities In Europe

Racial Realities In Europe, by Lothrop Stoddard Concerning a book like this, I feel it is incumbent upon me at the outset to state that I do not agree with the author’s racialist perspective of the history of the world.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Question Of Alsace-Lorraine

The Question Of Alsace-Lorraine, by Jules Duhem This book is disappointing because it appears to indicate that the author wishes to discuss the question of Alsace-Lorraine in a balanced and fair-minded way and merely ends up repeating tired and stale … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Inviolable Pledge

The Inviolable Pledge:  March 1, 1871 – March 1, 1918, by various authors This book is a strange one, and one that made me feel a lot less friendly towards French political aims during World War I.  This work is … Continue reading

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