Written with a terribly strong British bias. Ludicrous to state that the motive behind the treaty with Russia was to prevent a potential conflict with a nation having a land-locked army thousands of miles away, and no serious naval presence since its war with Japan. To put forward the idea that it was not motivated by a desire to restrict German imperialism and the Kaiser's desire to challenge the British fleet in numbers and strength flies in the face of reality. Suggesting that Britain just happened to get swept up in the current generated by all those other "bad" warlike European nations is unacceptable, especially in light of the exploitative history of the British empire.
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