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What WW1 books are you reading?

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David Filsell

I think tragic villain overstates the case of a fine author and journalist who, although attracted, like many in Britain after the Great War, saw the concept of fascism as a preventer of future war. Wrong thinking seems to him sum him up from a modern point of view. He was certainly a difficult and troubled man but hardly villainous. 

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