Gerry Docherty

Hidden History
  • Hidden History

  • Think you know about British history and the causes of the First World War? Think again. This fascinating and gripping study of events at the turn of the Twentieth Century is a remarkable insight into how political and social factors that we widely accept to be the causes of The Great War, were really just a construct put together by a very small, but powerful, political elite...

    'Thought-provoking . . . Docherty and Macgregor do not mince their words . . . their arguments are powerful' -- Britain at War
    'Simply astonishing' -- ***** Reader review
    'Very illuminating' -- ***** Reader review
    'You simply MUST read this book' -- ***** Reader review
    'This is a page-turner' -- ***** Reader review
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    Hidden History uniquely exposes those responsible for the First World War. It reveals how accounts of the war's origins have been deliberately falsified to conceal the guilt of the secret cabal of very rich and powerful men in London responsible for the most heinous crime perpetrated on humanity. For ten years, they plotted the destruction of Germany as the first stage of their plan to take control of the world. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was no chance happening. It lit a fuse that had been carefully set through a chain of command stretching from Sarajevo through Belgrade and St Petersburg to that cabal in London.

    Our understanding of these events has been firmly trapped in a web of falsehood and duplicity carefully constructed by the victors at Versailles in 1919 and maintained by compliant historians ever since. The official version is fatally flawed, warped by the volume of evidence they destroyed or concealed from public view.

    Hidden History poses a tantalising challenge. The authors ask only that you examine the evidence they lay before you . . .

Gerry Docherty is a former headteacher and author of several historic plays. His most recent, Lie Of the Land, told the story of two cousins from the same small village in Scotland who won the Victoria Cross at the Battle of Loos in 1915. Jim Macgregor is a former GP. He was raised in a cottage in the grounds of Erskine Hospital for the War Disabled, and as a result developed a life-long interest in the origins of war.

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