When is it OK to Shoot a General? – The Art of Not Being Governed

Too few soldiers fight their real enemies.
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Louis Barthas was a socialist who was conscripted into the French Army at the outbreak of WW1. He wrote the following in his diary at the Somme after the battlefield was flooded in December 1916: But one night the rain … Continue reading →


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