British Labour and Hitler's War

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British Labour and Hitler's War

By T. D. Burridge
Transatlantic Arts, 1977
206 pp. $10.95

A fine short study, based on private papers and the recently opened records of Churchill's government, of Labour's role in formulating Britain's wartime policies, especially toward Germany - which, the author argues, was far more substantial than Churchill or subsequent historians have acknowledged.

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