Interview 1405 – Gerry Docherty on the Hidden History of WWI

12/12/201811 Comments

Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War, joins us for an in-depth discussion about the real origins of WWI. In this wide-ranging discussion, Docherty reveals the machinations of the Secret Elite that ensnared Europe, and, ultimately, the world, in war. We also talk about the teaching of history and who controls the historical narrative on key global events.

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SHOW NOTES:
Hidden History blog and website

Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War

Prolonging the Agony: How the Anglo-American Establishment Deliberately Extended WWI

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  1. calibrator says:

    Hey James!

    Here’s an obvious suggestion:

    Please link all those other WW1 videos you produce to your main WW1 page
    https://www.corbettreport.com/wwi/

    I’d prefer a section like “Also of interest” and then a list of linked videos at the bottom of the page, perhaps even with a single link (“Related videos”, right before the transcript) from the top leading down to this section.

    This would benefit viewers of this brilliant documentary immensely, I think (and I would also only have to make one link into my database ;))

  2. fire says:

    Immediate takeaway: Gerry Docherty is an incredibly wise man; this interview is an incredible gem. I read “Hidden History” after James mentioned it a year or so ago. It wove a coherently truthful story out of all the disparate, murky inklings I had had concerning the facts and players behind WWI. Whether you encounter this information in book or video format, each medium has inherent limitations on how and to whom it may communicate. James’ documentary brilliantly expands the audience for this subject by giving us a succinct overview and visceral inside view (credit: Brock West’s superb video editing) of what went on behind the curtains of this watershed event.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      fire,
      You communicate very well.
      If James’s documentary was offered on Amazon by a publisher, your review would be tops.

      …Whether you encounter this information in book or video format, each medium has inherent limitations on how and to whom it may communicate. James’ documentary brilliantly expands the audience for this subject by giving us a succinct overview and visceral inside view (credit: Brock West’s superb video editing) of what went on behind the curtains of this watershed event.

  3. manbearpig says:

    Thanks to the “blocus” at the university today and to the devoted strikers protesting against the “Parcoursup” “privatisation” of French University (quickly explained in a post on the “Mais non! People vs Paris” page), and as I’m personally devoid of any social integrity,

    I finally had the time to listen carefully to this seminal interview.

    But I have to admit that, amid so much fascinating information, the moment that really struck me, that hit home, though not with any surprise, was just after 1 hour and 25 minutes where Mr Docherty was explaining that he’d received messages from would-be scholars who’d been informed that they couldn’t use his books as source material

    even though they’d been built from ARCHIVE PAPERS, CABINET DOCUMENTS, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS ETC…

    This is perfectly and eminently emblematic of how “we the people” are helping to bring about our own demise in the name of “credibility” and careerism, allowing ourselves to be intellectually corraled which is just lazy, conformist and cowardly thinking.
    The sort of authoritative bullying à la Chomsky that effectively keeps people in ignorance…I VOMIT these bullies and the way folks allow themselves to be fooled and formatted by them!!

    but I LOVE Mr Docherty’s accent! As gorgeous as his courage and determination!

  4. mkey says:

    Too much freaking information.

  5. Duck says:

    Take away… buy and read Hidden history and Prolonging the agony.
    They will revolutionize your understanding of ww1 and thus everything thats happened this century.
    Best of all their so well writian that its easy to absorb the information

  6. Darko says:

    I very much enjoued this interview however the way Mr. Docherty describes the way Serbia must have had something to do with funding of conspirators and money exchanging hands , Russians financing everything makes me sad . As a historian Mr. Docherty should have some documents , something more than his feeling about those matters to make such claims . I find it quite disrespectful towards Serbia and Serbs . Serbia has lost 1.247.435 of people during WW1 which is ~28% of it’s population . Serbia lost ~62% of it’s male population age 18-55 and never recovered. No other nation lost that much of it’s population .

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