Der Zweite Weltkrieg: Ursachen und Anlass

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Der Zweite Weltkrieg: Ursachen und Anlass

By Georg Franz-Willing
Druffel-Verlag, 1980
310 pp.

An appallingly tendentious book with the thesis that the "two Anglo-Saxon world powers, England and America, were driving toward war and [hence] bear principal responsibility" for the outbreak of World War II. According to this view, deceptively bolstered by revisionist literature and a smattering of other sources, Germany carried the least responsibility. A shoddy and polemical work, cloaked in the trappings of scholarship.

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