So 3 Austro-Hungarians walk into a bar: Istvan Tisza, Alois Aehrenthal, and Leopold Berchtold. Who are we kidding? Tisza wouldn’t go in before securing Transylvania and getting veto power on the bar tab.
Remember the Maine? How about the Gulf of Tonkin? Try the Lusitania sinking on for size. And don't get the cadres started on Pearl Harbor. For some real eye-popping reading, read Major General Smedley Butler's "War is a Racket." I won't give away the ending.