Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., Apr. 28, 2009

April 28, 2009

World War II: Non-Conformist Views of the ‘Good War’

Churchill and Hitler

In a presentation packed with startling facts and provocative observations, Weber takes aim at the conventional view of World War II as conflict between Good and Evil. He reviews and quotes from two recent revisionist books: Human Smoke, by Nicholson Baker, and Churchill, Hitler and ‘The Unnecessary War’, by Patrick J. Buchanan. Weber tackles a range of widely accepted myths, including the “Big Lie” that Hitler was trying to “conquer the world,” and discredits the iconic image of Winston Churchill as a great statesman.

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2 Responses to “Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., Apr. 28, 2009”

  1. K-Sensor on April 29th, 2009 7:06 pm


  2. Michael Santomauro on April 30th, 2009 2:51 am

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