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

Fascinating tale and a good read, but, uh…

“As Germany’s population grew along with their economy, the newly formed country became ambitious. The decision was made to further their status in the world by attacking France through Belgium.”

That’s a bit simplistic, don’t you think?

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