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The World On Fire

1919 and the Battle with Bolshevism



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The World On Fire by Anthony Read
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We are running a race with Bolshevism and the world is on fire President Wilson, 1919 Paris Peace Conference hile the Western leaders in Paris were drafting a peace treaty that would punish German militarism and make the world safe for democracy , the world itself was fighting a new war, against terrorism. The great evil was now Bolshevism, which had burst onto the scene in 1917 and rapidly seared itself into the world s consciousness. he Allied powers attempts to destroy this threatening ideology at its source by intervening in the Russian civil war were both unsuccessful and controversial, ultimately providing effortless propaganda for the Bolsheviks in their fight against western capitalist conspiracy. Furthermore, the tremors of the Russian upheaval eighteen months earlier were being felt throughout the world, resurfacing in bloody revolutions and even bloodier counter-revolutions in Germany, Hungary and the Baltic States, as well as in the massive strikes, riots and civil unrest that paralyzed the rest of the world. The United States suffered a year of industrial mayhem in which four million workers took part in 3,600 strikes; military revolts involving thousands of B

Author Biography

Anthony Read became a full-time writer after a successful career in television production. He is the author of The Devil's Disciples (Cape, 2003), and has co-written a number of bestselling books with David Fisher, including Berlin- The Biography of a City, The Proudest Day- India's Long Road to Independence (both available from Pimlico), Operation Lucy, Colonel Z, The Deadly Embrace and Kristallnacht, for which they were awarded the H. H. Wingate Prize in 1989.
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November 8th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Jonathan Cape Ltd
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