Information Warfare in World War I

@article{ReedWinkler2009InformationWI,
  title={Information Warfare in World War I},
  author={Jonathan Reed Winkler},
  journal={The Journal of Military History},
  year={2009},
  volume={73},
  pages={845 - 867}
}
Traditional narratives of World War I generally overlook a misunderstood but important part of the conflict: information warfare. Both Great Britain and Germany understood the significance of information as a force multiplier and as a valuable financial and diplomatic tool in the larger geostrategic environment. Britain's systematic wartime destruction of Germany's prewar network occurred on a much larger level than historians have recognized. Germany's simultaneous but hidden campaign against… 
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