A radical interpretation of the divisions leading up to the declaration of war in 1914. This reveals why the nation was tricked into supporting the war, offers the first in-depth account of the radical opposition to the Great War and makes explosive accusations about Churchill's plans for war.
Douglas Newton was the Associate Professor of History at University of Western Sydney. He is the author of 'British Policy and the Weimar Republic 1918-19; Germany 1919-45, and British Labour, European Socialism and the Struggle for Peace 1889-1914. He lives in Australia.