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Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof: Der Krieg, der viele Väter hatte. Der lange Anlauf zum Zweiten Weltkrieg. Olzog Verlag, München Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof. · Rating details · ratings · 3 reviews. The author’s research leads to some surprising conclusions. Documents from foreign . Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof is the author of – The War That Had Many Fathers ( avg rating, ratings, 3 reviews, published ), The Anschluss of t.
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Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof (Author of – The War That Had Many Fathers)
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Return to Book Page. The author’s research leads to some surprising conclusions. Documents from foreign ministries, and notes and memoranda from British, French, Italian and American leaders, ministers, diplomats and military commanders, prove that quite a number of countries were involved in instigating World War II. Interconnections, hitherto overlooked, are made clear. Yet it was not only contemporary events in neighboring nations which contributed to the start of the war, it was also, and not insignificantly, the joint prehistory of the disputing parties.
Almost every history has a prehistory.
Paperback6th ed. Published January 13th by lulu. To see what your friends thought of rhhonhof book, please sign up. All of the facts about how the Military-Industrial Complex and Imperialism victimised humanity and vilified Germany. Read it and ask yourself “is what is reported actually the sfhultze Zephir Yes it is, my friend.
Lists with This Book. Jan 25, Pieter rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book offers all you need to know about the facts that triggered WW II. For obvious reasons Mr.
The author shows the imbalanced punishment of the empires that lost the war, i. On top of that, the former Allies refused to disarm as agreed at Versailles and the right of self determination did not hold for Austria or Sudeten Germany. The book clearly shows that the This book offers all you need to yerd about the facts that triggered WW II.
Its support to revanchist France, communist Soviet-Union and irredentist Poland set hybris alight and turned Europe into a new World War. As France and Great Britain did not care about human rights in their colonies, as Soviet Union was ruled by the rude dictator Stalin and as Poland was overtly anti-semitic, it becomes hard to see WW II as a war to be fought on moral grounds.
Jan 21, Tom rated it it was amazing.
Bijzonder interessant boek dat de diplomatieke context in de aanloop naar WO II schetst. Historia docet, tenminste als we deze leren begrijpen.
1939 – The War That Had Many Fathers: The Long Run-Up to the Second World War
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