The Economics of World War I: The economics of World War I: an overview

@inproceedings{Broadberry2005TheEO,
  title={The Economics of World War I: The economics of World War I: an overview},
  author={Stephen Broadberry and Mark L. Harrison},
  year={2005}
}
  • Stephen Broadberry, Mark L. Harrison
  • Published 2005
  • Political Science
  • PREFACE During the twentieth century the world experienced two deadly global wars followed by a " cold war " of unparalleled expense and danger. World War I opened this brutal epoch. To many who took part the experience was little less than apocalyptic; it seemed like an end, not a beginning. They saw it as putting a stop to history, progress, and civilisation. They called it the " Great War ". They did not know that it would be followed twenty years later by World War II and that the second… CONTINUE READING

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