26 thoughts on “David Cameron re-writes World War I history for 21st century war propaganda

  1. Reblogged this on gingerblokeblog and commented:
    Well said, the ‘Great’ War was never a war of the people but that of a dysfunctional extended European family who wanted to go on a land grab following the death of a distant cousin, the tyrant Franz Ferdinand. All at the expense of the lives of their citizens.

    May we remember this time in history for the disaster that it was and for the future wars that would occur as a result.

    Ironically, the war to end all wars was in fact the root cause of many of the wars since!

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