A German propaganda piece, courtesy of Cliff McMullen
Keith Allen (KEACLA1@aol.com) originally posted this multi-part article on WW1-L in March, 1999 - it appears here by permission of the author. It is well worth reading, and provides an excellent summary of the controversies surrounding the loss of the Lusitania and the book by Colin Simpson.
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Simpson, Colin. Lusitania. Originally published by Longman of London, 1972. All citations in this paper are from the Penguin paperback edition, 1983.
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