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I am still reading the book. It is slow reading but very detailedPublished 3 months ago by Eli Bensky
You cannot go wrong with Edward Crankshaw. His biography of that creep Bismarck is still definitive. His prose is clear and lucid, his research impeccable.Published 16 months ago by Rick
Well, maybe that's a silly title, but Crankshaw's book has to be compared with A.J.P. Taylor's and the latter was a professor. Read morePublished 21 months ago by reading man
Granted, the book is an older one; but, I was surprised that it was in poorer shape than indicated in the listing. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by James A. Belteau
Clearly, Edward Crankshaw is a fluent, coherent, well informed writer. But it is equally clear he is not an academically trained historian, nor one who strives for objectivity. Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by garwood
the book is detailed and it is packed with very important
data if you are interested in how the map of europe
evolved and especially the events leading up to
WWI. Read more