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Topic - Lynne Olson
They were more than angry, those days when Adolf Hitler devastated Europe while America fretted about non-intervention.
History repeats itself, but rarely exactly. Examples of both cowardice and courage have lessons to teach, and so do comparisons with the past.
Troublesome Young Men: The Rebels Who Brought Churchill to Power and Helped Save England
Quoting another historian in her bright, readable account of how Churchill came to be premier, Lynne Olson notes "how uninevitable the 'inevitable' seemed to be at the time."