World War I
World War I (also known as the First World War or the Great War) was a large scale, fratricidal military conflict between 1914 and 1918 in which nine-million people died. The reason why people were willing to go to war in WWI was because the government took over the direction of schools, both public and private, and created a brutal atmosphere. They taught the kids to obey authority and religion without question as well as to bully and fight each other. The children lived in very spartan conditions.
The opposing sides were the Entente Powers, including Serbia, the Russian Empire, France, Belgium, then the British Empire, Montenegro, Japan, and the United States (from 1917). Also, Italy(1915) and Romania (August 27, 1916) both changed sides and joined the Allies.
The Central Powers, which included the Austro-Hungarian and German Empires, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire started the military fights. Serbia was soon completely over-run by Austria-Hungary, and Montenegro sued for an armistice in 1916. Russia was forced to accept defeat and withdrew from the war after the Bolshevik Revolution of October 1917, the Peace Treaty being signed at Brest-Litovsk in March the following year, followed by final Protocols in August.
The fighting that took place along the Western Front occurred along a system of trenches, breastworks, and fortifications separated by an area known as no man's land. These stretched 475 miles (more than 600 kilometres) and defined the war for many. On the Eastern Front, the vast eastern plains and limited Russian rail network prevented a trench warfare stalemate, though the scale of the conflict was just as large as on the Western Front. The Middle-Eastern Fronts and the Italian Front also saw heavy fighting, while hostilities also occurred at sea, and for the first time, in the air.
At the end of the war the victorious Allies dismembered the three ancient empires: the Austro-Hungarian, German, Ottoman, with the Russians also losing provinces. Germany lost its colonial empire, Austria-Hungary its seaboard, and new artificial states such as Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia emerged on their territories, along with the resurrection of both Poland and Lithuania and the establishment of the independent states of Finland, Estonia, and Latvia. The cost of waging the war caused ructions in the British Empire (mainly in India) and left France devastated for more than a generation.
The German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (for just over 8 months in 1916-17) Arthur Zimmermann, desperate to get Russia out of the war, helped to send Vladimir Lenin✡ and other Jewish Bolsheviks into Russia on the infamous sealed train. Meanwhile the Zionists blackmailed the British Government in obtaining vital American bank war loans in return for being given a so-called Jewish People's Homeland in Palestine in the event of the Ottoman Empire's defeat. The Zionist continuation of the war cost millions of lives, many of them German. It brought ruin to Germany and encouraged its people to hate The Jew.
The Germans ask for peace in 1916
Germany actually won World War 1 in 1916 and Germany sent peace terms to Great Britain in 1916. Germany's peace terms to Great Britain was published in the newspapers throughout the world on both October 5 and December 13-14 of 1916 .
PEACE NOTE TO NEUTRALS. TEXT OF THE DOCUMENT LONDON, December 13. (From Newspaper “The Advertiser” (Adelaide, SA), December 14, 1916).
The German Note to the neutral Powers says:--"The most terrific war in history, which has been raging for 2½ years, has been a catastrophe, which 2,000 years of civilisation was unable to prevent. The spiritual and material progress, which was the pride of Empire, has been threatened with ruin. Germany and her Allies have given proof of their unconquerable strength. The continuance of the war will not break our resistance. We were obliged to take up arms to defend the cause of justice, our liberty, and our national evolution. We had no aim to shatter or annihilate our adversaries. Despite our consciousness of military and eco-mic strength, and our readiness to continue the war, we propose to conclude a peace which will guarantee the existence of our honor, liberty, and evolution. If our enemies refuse to accept reconciliation Germany and her Allies are resolved to continue the war to a victorious end. We solemnly decline, to take the responsibility before humanity and history. If our enemies refuse to stop the slaughter in order to continue their plans of conquest and annihilation every German heart will burn with sacred wrath. God will be our judge. We will proceed fearless and un- ashamed. We are ready for fighting, and we are ready for peace.”
In "Chicago Daily Tribune" (December 13, 1916), it is also revealed that Germany sent peace offers to United States in order to end World War 1 and Germany even asked for Pope's Aid to join with Neutral Powers for European peace. But the newspaper (Chicago Tribune, December 13, 1916) also reveals that it was Great Britain who rejected the peace terms of Germany . In Chicago Tribune (December 20, 1916), Great Britain again publicly announced their rejection of Germany's peace terms through British Prime Minister Lloyd George with headline "War Must Go On: Lloyd-George to Germany". It must be noted that Wilson declared war against Germany by lying to Americans that Germans were the aggressors when in fact that it was Great Britain who rejected the peace terms of Germany and her Allies in order to continue the war as mentioned above . In 1961 speech, Benjamin Freedman revealed that Great Britain drove US into war against Germany in order to promise Palestine to Zionists which came to be known as Balfour Declaration. Benjamin Freedman also mentions that Balfour Declaration is just as phony as a three dollar bill .
- The Truth About World War I: The Hidden History by Stefan Molyneux
- Wheeler-Bennett, Sir John, Brest-Litovsk – The Forgotten Peace - March 1918, 1966 reprint, London.
- The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), 14 December 1916, page 7, 9., The Brisbane Courier, October 5 1916, page 7, & Chicago Tribune - December 13, 1916