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September 22, 2016

Waging of war often requires using not only strength, but also wit. During World War I, Germany, wanting to weaken the Russian Empire, with which it fought fiercly, came up with an canny idea. They found a revolutionist, the so-called Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (lated named Lenin) and sent him away to Russia so that he starts a revolution there that should weaken the tsar enough that the Germans have no one to fight with. Oh this German pragmatism!

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