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  • Neville Chamberlain: Hitler's Spy and Indispensable Enabler

    “Churchill’s Chamberlain: The Unnecessary Wa r ,” an article by Ronald Bleier, is projected as the first in a series of articles unearthing some of the hidden history of the origins of WWII . Following in the footsteps of the late Clement Leibovitz’s T he Chamberlain-Hitler Dea...
    Posted to History (Forum) by rbleier on Sun, Feb 20 2011
  • Re: Was it right of the US to enter WW2?

    I would argue (from the minarchist perspective that a state is necessary) that fighting the Japanese was necessary. Japan attacked American soil, and seemed to have every intent of conquering and subjugating America. Fighting the Japanese was an act of self-defense, in terms of nations being "selves"...
    Posted to History (Forum) by Wanderer on Sat, Oct 24 2009
  • Charge at Krojanty - One Example of Inaccurate History Textbooks

    This really has nothing to do with libertarianism, but as a so-called "Polish-American," I am constantly annoyed by the use of German WWII-era propaganda in our history textbooks regarding a mythical "cavalry charge" against tanks. Just as history textbooks constantly get the cause...
    Posted to History (Forum) by krazy kaju on Thu, Dec 25 2008
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