Insights and Perspectives
Edited By Elżbieta Katarzyna Dzikowska, Agata Handley and Piotr Zawilski
Ivan and aria for the dying world. The image of Russia in the propaganda of the central powers during the Great War
The war in which we did not want to believe broke out, and brought – disappointment. It is not only bloodier and more destructive than any foregoing war, as a result of the tremendous development of weapons of attack and defense, but it is at least as cruel, bitter and merciless as any earlier war. It places itself above all the restrictions pledged in times of peace, the so-called rights of nations; […] [and] it hurls down in blind rage whatever bars its way as though there were to be no future and no peace among men after it is over.
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