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While one can quibble with the conclusion, the book's main points are reasonable, even mainstream.
Buchanan's book is a good first read on understanding the underpinnings and connection of events and issues before, during, and after the Second World War.
When Poland was attacked in September 1939, it was Chamberlain, not Churchill, who led England to declare war on Germany.
Don't get this book. I got it on accident because I did not see the name. This is by Pat Buchanan. He is neither a historian nor a intellectual. Read morePublished 2 days ago by cerwin2
The voice of one, crying in the wilderness, Mr. Buchanan ought to be congratulated for this work. It's hard NOT to be a "conspiracy theorist" after reading this work. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Wayne L. Hill
I started this book with my mind dead set against Buchanan's thesis, but his arguments were so cogent that he completely turned me around. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Al Singh
This book is creepy....it gives Hitler more credit than he's worth, and more sympathy than he deserves. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gottfried Kellner
it is well sourced and presents a point of view hitherto not heardPublished 1 month ago by J C H VAN DOREMALEN
Pat can't tell us what he really thinks, otherwise he'd lose his cushy Pundant job, and with it the Lincoln Escalade he owns. Read morePublished 2 months ago by william e howland