Nineteenth-century militaries were
organized around "foraging" principles.
interacting with locals to acquire supplies in the conflict zone also gathered
I ushered in a new systematized method of waging warfare which neglects
personal contact with the occupied populace.
World War I supplies were
shipped directly to the combat zone from centralized distribution tremendously
reducing personal contact with locals.
Higher levels of mechanization
also separate the occupier from the occupied - with steel plate.
you get into an MRAP, you have one person who has the ability to connect to the
people - and that is up in the gunner's seat." - Lt. Gen. David
1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir presumptive to
the throne of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, and his wife, Sophie, Duchess of
Hohenberg are assassinated by Gavrilo Princip a foot soldier of the Serbian
Serbia is asked to allow Austrian investigators to question
the mastermind Chief of Serbian Military Intelligence Rade Malobabic. Serbia
28th July 1914 - Austria declares war
on Serbia. Serbia is allied with France and Russia.
August 1914 - Germany, allied with Austria, declares war on Russia.
3rd August 1914 - Germany declares war on
France. German troops pour into Belgium for quick access to France. The British
foreign secretary, Sir Edward Grey, sends an ultimatum to Germany demanding
their withdrawal from neutral Belgium - an ally of Great Britain.
4th August 1914 - Germany does not withdraw from Belgium and
Great Britain - included Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand and South Africa
- declare war on Germany.
23rd August 1914 -
Japan, an ally of Great Britain, declares war on Germany.
25th August 1914 - Austria-Hungary responds by declaring war
29th October 1914 - Turkey extends
help to German naval bombardment of Russia.
November 1914 - Russia declares War on Turkey.
5th November 1914 - Britain and France, Russia's allies,
declare war on Turkey.
Central Powers Alliance
Australia (colony of Great Britain)
Canada (colony of Great Britain)
India (colony of Great Britain)
New Zealand (colony of Great Britain)
South Africa (colony of Great Britain)
26th April, 1915 Italy
joins Western Alliance.
9th March 1916 Portugal
joins Western Alliance.
April 1916 Romania joins
US joins Western Alliance.
Rothschilds bought control of
International News Agency, based in London, Havas of France, and Wolf in
Germany, which controlled the dissemination of news in Europe." - Eustace
bankers under the
Rothschild acquired an interest in the three leading European news
agencies." - Kent Cooper
"The enormous fortune of Sir
Cassel (one of King Edward VII closest advisors) amalgamated the firm of
Vickers Sons with the Naval Construction Company and the Maxim-Nordenfeldt Guns
and Ammunition Company, a fusion from which there arose the worldwide firm of
Vickers Sons and Maxim. The
Rothschild always knew more than could be found in the papers and even more
than could be read in the reports which arrived at the Foreign Office. In other
countries also the relations of
extended behind the throne. Not until numerous diplomatic publications appeared
in the years after the war did a wider public learn how strongly
Alfred de Rothschild's
hand affected the politics of Central Europe during the twenty years before the
war." - Paul Emden1915 "The Morgan interests, in concert with
tried to bring the US into World War I as early as 1915 and succeeded in doing
so in 1917. Woodrow Wilson knew four days before
hand that the Lusitania was carrying six-million rounds of ammunition
plus explosives. The British Board of Inquiry under Lord Mersey was
instructed by the British Government "that it is considered
that Captain Turner, the master of the Lusitania, be most prominently blamed
for the disaster." The blame is more fairly to be attributed to
JP Morgan, and
this conspiratorial elite should have been brought to trial for willful
negligence, if not treason." - Anthony Sutton
At the time it is illegal
for American passengers to be aboard a ship carrying munitions. The
German government takes out large ads
in all the New York papers warning potential passengers that the ship is
carrying munitions and telling them not to cross the Atlantic on it.
July 1, 1916 After nearly two million British
shells were lobbed across No Man's Land, the Allied attack began early in the
Swaths of broken ground proved ideal for improvised machine gun
The British casualties alone by the end of that first day
were in excess of a staggering 57,000 (with at least 19,000 dead) resulting in
the loss of an entire generation of bright-faced young men.
'Somme' puts a human face on a massive military
1917 German submarine warfare is turned into
a major issue by the newspapers.
1918 Woodrow Wilson
appoints Bernard Mannes Baruch
Chairman of the
Board. Bernard Mannes
Baruch controls all domestic contracts for Allied war materials.
probably had more power than perhaps any other man did in the war." -
Bernard Mannes Baruch
appearing before a select Congressional Committee
Eugene Isaac Meyer*, the son of a partner in Lazard
Freres, became head the War Finance Corporation.
Eugene Isaac Meyer
later gained control of the Washington
Josephus Daniels* who was appointed Secretary of
the Navy choose as his under secretary
Mensdorff (Austrian Ambassador in London in 1914) thought that
Israel had won the War; they
had made it, thrived on it, profited by it. It was their supreme
revenge on Christianity." -
Colonel C. Repington
"The responsibility for the last World War rests solely
upon the shoulders of the international financiers. It is upon them that rests
the blood of millions of dead and millions of dying." - Congressional Record,
67th Congress, 4th Session, Senate Document No. 346
"In 1933 came the attempt by the Morgan firm to
install a fascist dictatorship in the US. It was planned to be a Fascist putsch
to take over the government and run it under a dictator on behalf of America's
bankers and industrialists. A single courageous individual emerged - General
Smedley Darlington Butler, who blew the whistle on
the Wall Street conspiracy." - Anthony
financial bonanzaWar profit:
1914 yearly average $6,000,000;
1914 to 1918 yearly average $58,000,000.
1910 -1914 yearly average $6,000,000;
-1918 yearly average $49,000,000.
1909 -1914 yearly
1914 -1918 yearly average $240,000,000.
1910 -1914 yearly average $10,000,000;
yearly average $34,000,000.
1910 - 1914 yearly
1914 - 1918 yearly average of $21,000,000.
Central Leather Company:
1911 - 1914 yearly average $1,167,000.
1916 - $15,000,000.
General Chemical Company:
1911 - 1914
yearly average $800,000.
1916 - $12,000,000.
International Nickel Company:
1911 - 1914 yearly
1916 - $73,000,000.
American Sugar Refining
1911 - 1914 yearly average $2,000,000;
1916 - $6,000,000.
"The shoe people sold Uncle Sam 35,000,000 pairs of hobnailed
service shoes. There were 4,000,000 soldiers. Eight pairs, and more, to a
soldier. My regiment during the war had only one pair to a soldier.
leather people sold Uncle Sam hundreds of thousands of McClellan saddles for
the cavalry. But there wasn't any American cavalry overseas!
Somebody had a lot
of mosquito netting. They sold Uncle Sam 20,000,000 mosquito nets for the use
of the soldiers overseas. Well, not one of these mosquito nets ever got to
France! Anyhow, these thoughtful manufacturers wanted to make sure that no
soldier would be without his mosquito net, so 40,000,000 additional yards of
mosquito netting were sold to Uncle Sam.
$1,000,000,000 was spent by
Uncle Sam in building airplane engines that never left the ground! Not one
plane, or motor, out of the billion dollars worth ordered, ever got into a
battle in France.
Undershirts for soldiers cost 14¢ to make and
uncle Sam paid 30¢ to 40¢ each for them a nice little profit
for the undershirt manufacturer. And the stocking manufacturer and the uniform
manufacturers and the cap manufacturers and the steel helmet manufacturers
all got theirs. Why, when the war was over some 4,000,000 sets of
equipment knapsacks and the things that go to fill them crammed
One very versatile patriot sold Uncle Sam twelve dozen
48-inch wrenches. There was only one nut ever made that was large enough for
these wrenches. That is the one that holds the turbines at Niagara Falls!
Still another had the brilliant idea that colonels shouldn't ride in
automobiles, nor should they even ride on horseback. One has probably seen a
picture of Andy Jackson riding in a buckboard. Well, some 6,000 buckboards were
sold to Uncle Sam for the use of colonels! Not one of them was used.
The shipbuilders made a lot of profit. More than $3,000,000,000 worth.
Some of the ships were all right. But $635,000,000 worth of them were made of
wood and wouldn't float! The seams opened up and they sank.
most crowning insolence of all the soldier was virtually blackjacked into
paying for his own ammunition, clothing, and food by being made to buy Liberty
Bonds. Most soldiers got no money at all on pay days. They bought Liberty Bonds
at $100 and sold them back when they came back from the war and couldn't
find work at $84 and $86. And the soldiers bought about $2,000,000,000
worth of these bonds!" - Major General
Smedley Darlington Butler
USMC, War is a Racket!
War Treaty of Versailles
Under the War Treaty of Versailles, Poland was given a
"corridor" to the Baltic Sea, along with large areas of West Prussia that were
populated by Germans. This "corridor" completely separated East Prussia from
the Reich, making trade and communication difficult or impossible. During
Allied discussions on the peace treaty, Lloyd George, then British Prime
Minister, tapped this spot on the map and echoed the words of his secretary
said an evening before; "This is where the next world war will
Alsace-Lorraine is gifted to France; Saar Region of
coal mines is forcibly
brought under French Protectorate; Eupen, Malmedy, Moresnet, and St. Vith is
gifted to Belgium; Northern Schleswig is gifted to Denmark; Hultschin and Opava
is gifted to Czechoslovakia; West Prussia, Danzig, Posen and Upper Silesia are
gifted to Poland: Rhineland and Memel are brought under the League of Nations
and people of these regions were to vote in future, to decide whether they want
to remain in Germany or not.
League of Nations also took control of
land won by Germany under treaty of
Brest-Litovsk. Some of this land was gifted
to Poland and some made into new states of Estonia, Lithuania and Latavia.
The Habsburg empire is first cut into two separate countries; Austria
and Hungary who then had to sign two separate treaties; Austria was forced to
sign Treaty of Saint Germain; Hungary was forced to sign Treaty of Trianon.
Hapsburg Empire was not only cut in two but another large piece forms a totally
new country Czechoslovakia.
Several Pieces of Hapsburg empire i.e.
Bohemia, Moravia, Opava Silesia and the western part of Duchy of Cieszyn,
Slovakia and Carpathian Ruthenia formed the new Czechoslovakia. Several Pieces
of Austria i.e. Galicia, eastern part of Duchy of Cieszyn, northern County of
Orava and northern Spisz were gifted to Poland. Several Pieces of Austria -
Bolzano-Bozen and Trieste were gifted to Italy. Several pieces of Hungary -
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia-Slavonia, Dalmatia, Slovenia, and Vojvodina
were gifted to Serbia to form the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes,
Several pieces of Habsburg Empire Austria-Hungary -
Transylvania and Bukovina were gifted to Romania. All states of Eastern Europe
became hub of large national minorities. One eighth of German population found
themselves in the newly created countries as minorities.
One third of
ethnic Hungarians found themselves living outside of Hungary as minorities.
From its borders before World War I, it lost 72% of its territory, which was
reduced from 325,111 square Kilometers (125,526 sq mi) to merely 93,073 square
Kilometers (35,936 sq mi). It also lost 64% of its total population, which was
reduced from 20.9 million to 7.6 million, and 31% (3.3 out of 10.7 million) of
its ethnic Hungarians, who suddenly found themselves living outside the newly
defined borders of Hungary. Hungary lost five of its ten most populous cities
and was deprived of direct access to the sea and of some of its most valuable
The total sum due to be paid by Germany as war
reparations was decided by an Inter-Allied Reparations Commission at 269
billion gold marks (the equivalent of around 100,000 tonnes of pure gold).
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