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The First NATO: Re-assessing the Anglo-French Alliance of the 19th Century

From the Rising Tide Foundation

During this lecture, Martin Sieff (award winning journalist with Sputnik News and Strategic Culture) delivers an explosive re-assessment of world history during the mid-late 19th century. Since many disturbing elements of history have begun to repeat in our modern age, it is vital to come to a greater awareness of this forgotten past now while there is time.

This presentation was a part of a larger series called “A Harmony of Interests: Inquiries into the True Nature of the American System”. Other presentations can be found here.

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peter mcloughlin
August 23, 2020

What mankind is going through now, as it approaches another world war, has many similarities with the 19th century and the Great Power rivalry that led to the First World War, and by consequence the second. The pattern of history is clear, but it might be too late.

Reply to  peter mcloughlin
August 23, 2020

a serious warning came up from Norton trying to access yr link !!!

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