The Chamberlain-Hitler Collusion
An account of the origins of World War Two which challenges conventional beliefs that Chamberlain was naive and deceived by Hitler's intentions, providing evidence that certain British leaders welcomed Nazism as an alternative to Communism.
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An Obsession with Communism
Heil to the Dictators
Evolution of the Free
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