The Hidden History of World War I

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Rockwell: Well, good morning.  This is Lew Rockwell. What an honor to have as our guest this morning, Judge John V. Denson.  Judge Denson is not only an important lawyer in Alabama and nationally, but a revisionist historian.  His book, A Century of War, is a tremendous introduction to the crimes of Lincoln, Wilson, and Franklin Roosevelt.  His edited books, The Costs of War and Reassessing the Presidency are also very important works.

But one of the things we love about John Denson is he’s constantly reading and finding new books.  It’s just an astounding, wonderful thing.  And today, he’s come to us with two new books on the origins of World War I that tell a different story from the normal stuff we’re told.

So, Judge Denson, tell us about these books and their authors and why they’re important.

Denson:  Well, I brought you some more hidden history.  I came earlier with another book by the name of Hidden History.

Rockwell: A great book, too, yes.

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Denson:  This book is entitled Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War. The authors are Gerry Doucherty and Jim Macgregor and they are from Scotland.  They spent about 10 years doing the research for these two books.  This one was published in 2013.  The second book has just come out in the last couple of months.  I have a first-edition here in paperback, and it’s called: Prolonging the Agony: How the Anglo-American Establishment Deliberately Extended World War I by Three-and-a-Half Years.

Rockwell: Three-and-a-half years.

Denson: So it brings up a lot of new materials.  I was just looking at the back.  It says that…

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