Author: Arthur G. Daniells
Publisher: Pacific Press
A fascinating look at World War I, this book gives the reader a better understanding of its vital significance in history and its relation to the coming kingdom of peace.
The World War, Its Relation to the Eastern Question and Armageddon was written in 1917 at the height of World War I, also known as the First World War or the Great War. The war lasted from July 28, 1914, to November 11, 1918.
A fascinating look at this cataclysmic war, this book gives the reader a better understanding of its vital significance in history and its relation to the coming kingdom of peace.
It seeks to explain how the war was the culmination of world conditions that clashed at many vital points ultimately looking for control of world trade routes and how many thought that this war was the Armageddon of the Bible.
But the author explores why World War I does not fit into the Armageddon of Bible prophecy and shows that the Armageddon of the Bible takes place under satanic leadership and is the last act in the drama of human history.