Eighty Years On, Chamberlain's Appeasement Policy is Still Debated
by Yoav J. Tenembaum
The evidence suggests that Neville Chamberlain was sincere in his desire but profoundly mistaken about his ability to keep Britain out of war with Germany.
In His War of Rhetoric with North Korea Trump So Far Hasn’t invoked “The Lessons of Munich”
by Brian D'Haeseleer
That’s one thing to celebrate.
Long-Hidden Details Reveal Cruelty of 1972 Munich Attackers
Family members of the Israeli victims of Palestinian terrorists at the Munich Olympics are speaking openly in an effort to get their loved ones the recognition they believe is deserved.
SOURCE: National Review
Munich, 75 Years Later
by Conrad Black
Yes, Chamberlain’s policy was wrong.
Neville Chamberlain Was Right
by Nick Baumann
Chamberlain did what we would expect any sane leader to do at Munich.
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