Why England Slept

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1981 - History - 252 pages
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Written by John F. Kennedy in 1940 when he was still in college and reprinted in 1961 when he was president, this book is an appraisal of the tragic events of the thirties that led to World War II. It is an account of England's unpreparedness for war and a study of the shortcomings of democracy when confronted by the menace of totalitarianism.

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This is a very shrewd I sight, by one so young.
He displays an understanding not shown by
His father, who displayed an anti British trait, in
Realising Nazism had to be stopped at all cost.
He is a loss to the world. 

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This book is not in what might be considered a "popular format". For one thing, the typesetting of large numbers of dollars or pounds Sterling is very old-school, and a little difficult to read. It ... Read full review

Contents

Certain Fundamental Beliefs
3
Influence of the General Dis
41
Beginnings of the Shift from
59
Copyright

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