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Book Review: Philipp Blom’s Wicked Company

Dining With That Wicked Company One of the central lessons of history comes with the discovery of how often it gets rewritten. The chronicles of wars are revised by the victors, enemies are demonized, heroes invented. Important roles played by the inconvenient, however virtuous, are erased and forgotten. With the passage of time, the patterns […]

Book Review: Philipp Blom’s The Vertigo Years

Book Review: Philipp Blom’s The Vertigo Years

A Belle Epoque Unravels Can you imagine a world without the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and Sophie in Sarajevo, June 1914? A world in which nothing triggered a “Great War,” in which the Austro-Empire would continue to live in uneasy co-existence with the German Reich that would in turn still keep peace with France, a […]

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