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"Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War" is a long sober look at how Great Britain lost its empire through diplomatic blunders.
It was only after the German people could not tolerate this open killing in their backyard did the Nazi's realize they would have to exterminate outside of Germany.
Pat Buchanan has provided an epochal book on the subject - this is a magnificent piece of work that will most likely generate study and debate for a long time.
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 days ago by Jeffrey L Humes
I liked the book and it was very informative. We had no business fighting Germany in WWII,
and it was a horrible waste of blood and treasure. Read more
A more accurate title for this book would be something along the lines of, "Causes and Consequences of WWII, as Derived from Other Histories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John S. Reid
Read and re-read. I'm a 20th century history buff. Some of the threads of logic are very convincing. Finally it dawned on me what is blatantly wrong with the book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Abe Hart
The first part of the book was in my humble opinion the best part. It was filled with the info I was looking for in other sources, but here it was in Buchanans book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nims