The 4th Anniversary of Britain’s greats mistake in the last 150 years.
England went from, before WWl, the worlds largest creditor nation to; after WWl, the worlds largest debtor nation.
20 years after the end of the war her empire was in taters, and not only was she a beggar nation to the US but soon to France and not long after to GERMANY.
The best decision for Britain in 1914 would have been to stay neutral.
Europe would have been little different than after the Franc-Prussian of 1870
England would still be the great counter balance.
And a lot of other things.
Another lesson of imperial hubris. A lesson for America.