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In his memoirs Churchill recalls, "President Roosevelt told me that he was asking publicly for suggestions about what the war should be called. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr. John Cameron
Niall again going strong and far.
Looking at history from new vantage point.
case Ukraine makes this also very timely.
50 years of wars is not accurate. The modern political and economic powers have been fighting, continually, for 100 years, through ethnic conflict. Read more
Best historian writer ever. No lies my teacher told me...Published 6 months ago by Janette M Labbee
Excellent summary and good historical analysis, balanced in outlook.Published 7 months ago by K. Steven Ott
Splendid with all the data required to a comprehensive and rich reading. A must read in order to understand our days.Published 8 months ago by Hertzel Bennesby
Bought four of the same book as it is worth reading. The problem I have is finding folks THAT interested in the causes of the war of the 20th Century, as I wind up giving it them... Read morePublished 10 months ago by L. Carl
Covered a much broader scope than I expected but a very good piece of writing.Published 10 months ago by Charles E. Hoover