The Tragedy of Fritz Haber: The Monster Who Fed The World
Paul Barach

I would say stick to biographical history and leave larger interpretations out of it (e.g., “ The decision was made to further their status in the world by attacking France through Belgium…” The cause[s] of the war have been debated for a century by real historians, I don’t think any of them boil it down to Germany simply wanting to “increase [its] status”).

Also, men were “lying’ dead in the fields, not “laying”.

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