"The First World War was certainly tragic, but it wasn't futile. In the First World War the Allies achieved a great negative victory; they prevented the domination of Europe by militaristic... See full summary »

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Arthur Halestrap ...
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"The First World War was certainly tragic, but it wasn't futile. In the First World War the Allies achieved a great negative victory; they prevented the domination of Europe by militaristic Germany.- DR. GARY SHEFFIELD, KING'S COLLEGE. THIS IS THE STORY OF 1918 - THE YEAR THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING Written by Anonymous

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