By Matthew S. Seligmann
This publication counters such revisionist arguments. Matthew Seligmann disputes the advice that the British govt both bought its evidence fallacious in regards to the German probability or maybe, as a few have claimed, intentionally 'invented' it for you to justify an in a different way pointless alignment with France and Russia. by way of studying the army and naval intelligence exams forwarded from Germany to London via Britain's carrier attachés in Berlin, its 'men at the spot', Spying at the Kaiser essentially demonstrates that the British gurus had each cause to be alarmed. From those the most important intelligence records, formerly idea to were misplaced, Dr Seligmann indicates that during the last decade ahead of the 1st global conflict, the British govt used to be saved good educated approximately army and naval advancements within the Reich. particularly, the attachés regularly warned that German targets to problem Britain posed a true and approaching chance to nationwide safeguard. consequently, the booklet concludes that the British government's notion of a German probability ahead of 1914, faraway from being fallacious or invented, used to be rooted in tough and credible intelligence.
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Spies in Uniform: British Military and Naval Intelligence on the Eve of the First World War by Matthew S. Seligmann