SOURCE: History Channel
Under the Treaty of Versailles, the German emperor was supposed to be tried as a war criminal. Why wasn't he?
SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Graham Allison
One hundred years ago this week, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany exchanged a series of telegrams to try to stop the rush to a war that neither of them wanted.
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