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Buchanan's argument is that Britain should have what the Catholic church did, appease and collude with fascism. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Greg
I never really paid too much attention to Author Pat Buchanan, nor did I vote for him when he ran for President. However, I HAVE, immersed myself in the history of both world wars. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lynn Warford
The book was hard to put down after starting it. Mr. Buchanan makes a compelling defense of why he believes neither Britain nor the United States should ever have been involved in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Edward R. McAnally
This book says so many terrible truths about the two World Wars that I think it should be obligatory reading for politicians and military personnel alike. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dimitrios
If you believe that Hitler was a mad man, and/or that Churchill was a man of peace, then read this book.Published 3 months ago by Peter Hindrup
I often pondered "what ifs", imagining different scenarios that would have
diminished the extent of the World Wars.
Buchanan's presentation is elegant.
This is a very good book. In addition, if this book is truthfully depicting what happened, diplomatically, during the WWI thru WWII period, mankind better take a long, long look... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeffrey L Humes
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|second guessing war||
Although the human nature is at the origin of all conflicts, in the particular example of World War II reading Hitler's "Mein Kampf" would be the most instructive source of information. In this book Adolf Hitler explained in the early 1920's what his plans for the future were. What... Read More
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|What about World War 1.5||
The deaths that occurred during the largely Stainist collectivization of agriculture involved the deaths of millions. The comparison to the total battle field deaths in the First World War is hyperbole and undercuts the preceived honesty of the arguement. Sir John Keagan and others have place the... Read More
Jul 18, 2008 by Turk | See all 2 posts