Why England Slept

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W. Funk, 1961 - Disarmament - 252 pages
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An appraisal of the tragic event of the thirties that led to World War II, giving an account of England's unpreparedness for war and a atudy of the short-commings of democracy when confronted by the menace of totalitarism.

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User Review  - antiquary - LibraryThing

John Kennedy's account of the period before World War II explaining the policy of appeasement --a bit odd since his father as US ambassador to Britain did not really support the war. Read full review

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User Review  - Gregory - Goodreads

I've had plenty of friends who thought JFK had good insight and vision, but I didn't understand what they meant until I read this book. His analytical sense was so keen that I thought that he was ... Read full review

Contents

Last Night
1
It Was Like This
26
Snoopers and Axmen
51
Copyright

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