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GUEST,Fred History and mythology of WW1 (898* d) RE: History and mythology of WW1 13 Jan 16


"As adjectives go thoroughness and plodding do not set the heart racing. Yet Haig's great virtues - gritty determination and a refusal to indulge in melodramatics - were and are precisely the qualities necessary in a general. This is true even if we acknowledge..."

"Selectively quoting and editing IS LYING Rag"

"This is true even if we acknowledge that his ambition for the battles he managed was inappropriately large for the tools at hand leading him into grotesque errors of judgement at Loos (1915, The Somme (1916) and the Third Ypres at Passchendaele (1917).........."

Hoist by his own petard.




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