Hitler and the Origins of the Second World War

@inproceedings{Bullock1971HitlerAT,
  title={Hitler and the Origins of the Second World War},
  author={A. Bullock},
  year={1971}
}
In the twenty years since the end of the war and the Nuremberg trials, historical controversy has been largely concerned with the share of the other Powers in the responsibility for allowing war to break out in 1939. Thus, the British and French governments of the 1930s have been blamed for their policy of appeasement and for failing to secure an agreement with Russia; Mussolini for his alliance with Hitler; Stalin for the Nazi-Soviet Pact; the Poles for the illusions which encouraged them to… Expand
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