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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 found Patrick Buchanan's "Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War: How Britain Lost Its Empire and the West Lost the World" to be agonizingly repetitive at times, and rambling... Read morePublished 11 days ago by M. Edwards
Anyone old enough to have lived through the Reagan years probably remembers Pat Buchanan as the perpetually curmudgeonly talking head/TV personality who filled the role of "crazy... Read morePublished 25 days ago by inquiring mind
Presents a variety of view points on its characters with history and context. Looking back might be 20/20, but it raises several questions to modern myths of Churchill=savior,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Naaden
Great explanation of why both World Wars happened.
AS SOMEONE WHO ALWAYS ADMIRED WINSTON, THIS SHOWS A BETTER LIGHT INTO HIS LIFE AND ATTITUDES, NOT ALWAYS NOBLE OR KIND. A REAL PUZZLE OF A MAN.Published 1 month ago by joseph stack
A perspective I had not considered and one that is not taught. Simply brilliant.Published 1 month ago by steve goodson
Buchanan makes some very good points in this interesting `coulda - woulda - shoulda` review of the great and terrible events of the twentieth century. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erik Peterson