‘Historians’ war’, Honest History, 30 March 2014
Christopher Clark, expatriate Australian historian based at Cambridge, has aroused great interest in Europe with his new book, The Sleepwalkers, tracing how the nations of Europe moved (or stumbled) towards war in 1914. Professor Sluga looks at how Germans and Serbs particularly have welcomed or criticised Clark’s book, partly on the basis of current political imperatives.
See reviews of Clark’s book in The Guardian, the London Review of Books and the New York Times. See also. Also Mark Harrison on misconceptions about the war and a 2011 review article by John A. Moses (pdf supplied by author).