Two recent works explore a dangerous theme in German history about dealing with guilt. First, the first world war. Most Germans refused to accept the blame for starting the war, seeing Germany as having reacted defensively to French and Russian “encirclement” and believed the Kaiser’s deception that he declared war in response to Russian mobilisation. … Continue reading German Inability to Accept Guilt and Two World Wars

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