by Albinko Hasic
British and U.S. war advocates quickly turned the tragedy into pro-war propaganda and created everything from postcards, to medals, to posters.
by Erik Moshe
This week's books cover the Lusitania sinking, the Spanish civil war, terrorism, and Caesar.
SOURCE: The Daily Maverick
by J. Brooks Spector
What’s clear from history - if history is to repeat itself - is that the disaster is momentous, illustrative, and a game-changer.
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