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How Many World Wars?
How Many World Wars?
By Maurice Léon
Dodd, 1942, 164 pp
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Mr. Léon thinks that if in 1919 the American political leaders, including Wilson, had accepted Marshal Foch's proposal for the permanent occupation of the Rhineland and the Allied control of Germany's important industries, there would have been no Second World War. The moral drawn from this interpretation of history is of course that this mistake must not be repeated when Germany has been defeated again.