Maurice Baring’s Memorable Perceptions of War

After considering several varied, but representative, insights from Maurice Baring’s 1905 book, With the Russians in Manchuria, we shall be even more grateful to reflect upon the admonitory conclusions he draws from his trenchant depiction of modern war, which he so diversely experienced in several foreign cultures before the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Moreover, his piercing and humane warning about the nature of modern war came some twelve years before the impending Bolshevist Era of Revolutionary Total War and thus also before the 1917 events in Portugal, at Fatima.

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