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1939 - The War That Had Many Fathers: The Long Run-Up to the Second World War 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 This War , Writes Schultze Rhonhof, Had Many Fathers Much In Our German History From To Cannot Be Understood Without Cognizance Of Contemporary Events In Other Lands Actions And Reactions Are Closely Linked Together 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

10 thoughts on “1939 - The War That Had Many Fathers: The Long Run-Up to the Second World War

  1. says:

    This book offers all you need to know about the facts that triggered WW II For obvious reasons Mr Schultze Rohnhof deals extensively with the events pre WW I and the impact of the Versailles treaty The author shows the imbalanced punishment of the empires that lost the war, i.e Austria Hungary and Germany On top of that, the former Allies refused to disarm as agreed at Versailles and the right of self deter

  2. says:

    Gerd Schultze Rhonhof s book makes no assumptions In truth, this is a book which is remarkably objective in it s analysis and usage of primary, secondary and tertiary sources Unfortunately this English edition is not the most recent edition, but it is the best we have and it does it s job remarkably well Rhonhof gives historical background to all the countries involved and their relations with each other, this book d

  3. says:

    One of. if not THE best Book about the years up to 1939

  4. says:

    Please be warned This book is not for serious readers of history The author is not a historian The book is the furthest thing from objective It has the tone of a closing argument and one can sense the author frothing at the mouth as he writes It is dumbfounding how this book got such a high rating I can only assume that it was rated so by contrarians and Germans weary of war guilt.

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