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The Garden of Forking Paths

@inproceedings{Borges1941TheGO,
  title={The Garden of Forking Paths},
  author={Jorge luis Borges and Donald A. Yates and Robert R. Snapp},
  year={1941}
}
bBasil Henry Liddell Hart served in the British Army during World War I, fighting on the Western Front. He rose to the rank of Captain, and later in life became a military historian. Serre and Montauban are two towns in northeast France, north of the Somme River. The Battle of the Somme, fought within and across labyrinthine networks of trenches from July 1–Nov. 18, 1916, was one of the bloodiest and most futile episodes in modern warfare, resulting in a net shift of the western front by about… 
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