Here’s a little quote from a book about WWI that has been “memory-holed.”
Facts themselves, and the interpretations which justly grow out of such facts, can never be too extreme, no matter how far they depart from popular convictions in the premises.“The Genesis of the World War,” by Harry Elmer Barnes, pub. Alfred A. Knopf, 1st ed. 1926.
This IS NOT a book that Dan Carlin cited in his series about the popular convictions about WWI.