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How War Came: The Immediate Origins of the Second World War
  • D. Watt
  • History, Political Science
  • 1989
In this book the author focuses on the 11 months following the Munich conference in September 1938, and chronicles the events that led to world war. His approach is through the eyes of the leaders ofExpand
The Rome-Berlin Axis, 1936–1940. Myth and Reality
The title chosen for this paper1 is to some extent misleading. This is not to be another exercise in clearing the history of the 1930's of the myths that encrust it. Professor Toscano, ProfessorExpand
Lionel Penrose, F.R.S. (1898–1972) and eugenics: Part one
  • D. Watt
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London
  • 22 July 1998
His Quaker upbringing no doubt played an important part in determining his extreme dislike of show and pretensiousness and his pacifist outlook, and he never acquired a taste for fiction. Expand
The historiography of nuclear diplomacy.
  • D. Watt
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • 8 October 1976