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Karl Max, Prince Lichnowsky

Imperial German Ambassador to the Court of St. James’s from 1912-14, Karl Max, Prince Lichnowsky, was the only German diplomat who raised objections to Germany’s efforts to provoke an Austro-Serbian war, arguing that Britain would intervene in a continental war. 146 more words

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Count Albert von Mensdorff-Pouilly-Dietrichstein

Albert (Viktor Julius Joseph Michael) Count von Mensdorff-Pouilly-Dietrichstein (5 September 1861 – 15 June 1945), was the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador to London at the outbreak of World War I. 264 more words

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Buscate War Memorial

Buscate is a small town located in Lombardy, about 20 kms west of Milan. Here’s a picture of its War Memorial, built obviously during fascist era. 10 more words

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Israel, Palestine and Rising Up

That famous experiment, where ordinary people bow to authority and deliver fatal electric shocks. It has a lot to teach us still.

It has a lot to teach us about how a small pocket can control an entire populace. 507 more words

Partial Mobilization in Austria

July 26, 1914: The partial mobilization of the Army is ordered. Here’s a picture of people celebrating this event in the streets of Vienna.

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"Fat Man's Letter"

I see permutations of the above on the streets more and more.  Our tax dollars being used to support out-of-shape police personnel who’s ACLU lawsuits have made such a thing possible. 282 more words

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