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- Joined: 27 Jun 2005 23:26
- Location: Winnipeg Canada
Almost finished reading this book. The chapter that is the most intriguing is Polands Decision. Mr Ribbentrop goes into the details of the negotiations involving the British/French and Germans. The author backs up the claim that the Allies wanted war. They thought the Beck group would launch a coup to take down Hitler once the war started. Chamberlain even said so in his diary.
Overall the book is verbose and somewhat apologetic. It is a new perspective from the many other books I have read.