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Бывший историк SPY Томас Богхардт возвращается, чтобы рассказать о своей замечательной новой учетной записи Zimmerman Telegram. Он задействовал свежие источники, чтобы предоставить исчерпывающую информацию о происхождении и влиянии этой немецкой схемы. Богхард также исправляет давние недоразумения относительно того, как была отправлена ​​и зашифрована телеграмма, и дает новый отчет о том, как британская разведка смогла ее расшифровать.

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John Matthew
John Matthew
1 month ago

A professor once told me, "the Germans THINK they're the superior race. The English know they're the superior race.

Jules G
Jules G
1 month ago

The Whole German Zimmerman Telegraph is laughable, for starters Germany was in no way capable of offering any significant help to Mexico at that time under those circumstances… across the Atlantic! It's one of those cruel jokes that's been beefed upped through the ages to back up a propaganda agenda!

More importantly, just before the Mexican Revolution exploded in 1910, Mexico had a population of around 15 million, not to mention being a semi-colonial country with much underdevelopment and very little industry, infrastructure, among other problems. On the other hand, the US had around 94 million people, with a comparatively very high industrial base, infrastructure, and very large well-equipped and supplied military (not to mention a naval force capable of sending and supporting troops in another continent, ANOTHER CONTINENT! few countries nowadays can still do that!). And those are the numbers in 1910, by 1918 (when the telegraph was sent, Mexico was even weaker; significantly) It's absurd, even under circumstances of stability back then that any faction in power in Mexico would have taken the offer seriously; if they had done it, it would have been very deadly.

I'm tired of all this pro-interventionist propaganda from a century ago still being taken seriously. It's so absurd and laughable. The US ruling class clearly wanted to intervene in Europe for its own reasons and used the Zimmerman Telegraph to rile up the population as a justification, and they succeeded, in fact, they were so successful that it still finds suckers a century later.

Jeff Luna
Jeff Luna
1 month ago

@9:25 hey you "historian" get your facts right! Those territories were not lost by Mexico. The US STOLE THEM from the Mexicans. In an act if cowardice like the bully it has always been, the US decide it to just take them.

Brenda Wright
Brenda Wright
1 month ago

At 6:02 the ppeaker states that Canada was a colony of Great Britain at the time. To be fair Newfoundland and Labrador (which would become Canada's 10th province later) was a colony. The rest of Canada was an independent country.

Sport Fitrehab
Sport Fitrehab
1 month ago

is this AUTHOR….. JEW?

Cole Parker
Cole Parker
1 month ago

In Tuchman's book on the Telegram, she has seem to take the position that the telegram did have a great influence in the decision. Also, we must not forget that between 1911 and 1921 there was still great tensions along the SW border between the US and Mexico. Also historically, there was a great tension between Japan and the US.

Spookycrane
Spookycrane
1 month ago

Mexico would've been a first world unlike today bunch of corrupt politicians

Dr. Les Holden Jr.
Dr. Les Holden Jr.
1 month ago

Ok 3+ minutes in…..speakrr begins

Dr. Les Holden Jr.
Dr. Les Holden Jr.
1 month ago

The intro was so boring that I lost interest sorry had that happen with another video with the similar tone and Cadence

Asad Khan
Asad Khan
1 month ago

Zimmerman Telegram is as Genuine as Proof of Weapons of Mass Distraction…oops Distruction in Iraq and Gulf of Tonkin incident, Period.

Nicholas Homyak
Nicholas Homyak
1 month ago

How could Mexico be supplied by Germany and if at war with United States they may lose even more territory or fight to some stalemate of border adjustment annexing oil field or copper mines, for example.Would this Mexican/American conflict been enough to prevent American intervention in Europe? Anti-Mexican enforced Wilson's anti-German Propaganda.

Pfsif
Pfsif
1 month ago

"The first casualty in war is the Truth".

jr w
jr w
1 month ago

Two nns is german one is Jewish?

Irish Patato
Irish Patato
1 month ago

Final nail in the coffin for US German relations in WW1. Central Powers aggression!

Mayo Zambada
Mayo Zambada
1 month ago

Germany and Mexico always a like

Mark Cotton
Mark Cotton
1 month ago

It's a shame that it isn't made clear that Nigel de Grey did most of the decryption work on the Zimmerman Telegram.

Naja Hannah
Naja Hannah
1 month ago

I am doing a history project about war world 1, my group chose the Zimmermann Telegram. I have to play a witness in are news project,i need help with the project.

Chris Clements
Chris Clements
1 month ago

Does anyone really believe this Bull… We now know that the Lusitania was carrying ammunition and its name was Whited out and its sailing date and course was to put it in the best path to get attacked by German Subs.. This is the same as the Jet Liner that was redirected over Ukraine war zone and shot down by Ukraine to make Russia in the eyes of the world guilty… We the people never discover the truth until after we have done their bidding… I trust America and Britain about as far as it takes to reach my gun..

Mocte Zuma
Mocte Zuma
1 month ago

wonder if China and Russia will do the same

ptrhuber
ptrhuber
1 month ago

The US deliveries of warfare ..to Britain, was already act of war, committed 3 years before "declaing war" and invading europe! So was the british blockade of the channel which brought hunger to Germany, before their invasion! The use of submarines to solve this problem therefore is not very special but a necessary answer to British crimes ….after their "sinking of the Lucitania" …and false blame of Germany! However, why dont they show the article published in american newspapers where German Gov warned about american ships moving into warzone? My goodness, this presentation is just a late continuing of warpropaganda from 100 years ago. Doesnt really help clearing the facts needed for todays generation to decide what was cause and what was response!

Jeff Mellott
Jeff Mellott
1 month ago

Hard to see how the Zimmerman telegram was a definitive cause of getting U.S.. into the war. It was more of an excuse. Wilson had sent troops all over Latin America on much less diplomatic grounds before the telegram was published. He could have easily sent troops back into Mexico over the telegram. No. I think the impact of the telegram is way overrated. It incensed the American public but was not enough to go to war. Unrestricted submarine warfare seems the reason, and Wilson resisted that until after he was sworn in for a second term.  

Alpamomo
Alpamomo
1 month ago

Everybody seems to forget that Mexico was already fighting its own civil war. Lasting 10 years (1910-1920) and 1 million casualties. In no way Mexico would be able to wage war agains the US. 

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