100 Years Of The Lusitania

100 Years Of The Lusitania

The ship was so unprepared one torpedo sank it completely, which also begets the question why it went into sea that weak to begin with. But where international law is concerned, there should be further discussions over how law is sometimes so blind it cannot see past the fact that people of Germany were not in such fortunate positions as those in Great Britain, when it came to protecting itself from shortages of food and fuel; also, please save the “glory of war” where it is meant to exist – there were red signals all around the sea, that the ship was not meant to cross that war zone! But maybe the drinking and merriment on board, made it difficult to understand all of that?


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