Condensed Version of The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Regnery Publishing, Inc. 270 p.
Compiled and Edited by
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
Chapter 9: World War I
To this day, historians continue to debate which country bore the greatest responsibility for this terrifying and brutal conflict. Whatever the answer, it didn’t make a whit of difference to Americans at the time. No American interest was at stake nor was its security threatened. Woodrow Wilson urged Americans to be neutral yet, at heart, he was pro-British.
Germany’s supposed violation of Belgian neutrality (German troops passed through on their way to France), became a symbol of barbarity and militarism for the Allies. The fact is, however, that Belgium was not neutral. It had agreements with both France and Britain. The German troops simply wanted safe passage and agreed to compensate for any damage or victuals…
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