History of War


Author: Roger L. Ransom Publisher: Cambridge University Press Price: £31.99

Roger L. Ransom’s book fills a gap on the groaning shelves of World War I histories, by arguing that these four years of massive bloodshed resulted overwhelmingly from an economic conflict. The author, an economic historian, takes war out of the strictures

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