The Origins of the Second World War

@inproceedings{Taylor1961TheOO,
  title={The Origins of the Second World War},
  author={Archer S. Taylor},
  year={1961}
}
Forgotten problem the legacy of the First World War the post-war decade the end of Versailles the Abyssinian affair and the end of Locarno the half-armed peace, 1936-38 Anschluss - the end of Austria the crisis over Czechoslovakia peace for six months the war of nerves war for Danzig. 
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