Much has been written on the Theory of History by philosophers and historiologists, but nothing so concise and readable as Liddell Hart’s Why Don’t We Learn from History; the kind of title that makes one wonder and consider. And consider we certainly should in an era when so much bad history and propaganda is being put before us from unknown sources by unknown authors.
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