>Virility and Slaughter

>Battle Strategy of the First World War by Richard Koenigsberg In the First World War, 1914-1918, it is estimated that nine million soldiers were killed, twenty-one million wounded, and nearly eight million taken prisoner or reported missing. Thus, of sixty-five million troops mobilized, nearly thirty-eight million, or fifty-eight percent were casualties. What was the meaning … Continue reading >Virility and Slaughter