Munich, 75 Years Later

by Conrad Black

From my most recent NRO article, on a recent revisionist attempt to rehabilitate Neville Chamberlain: “Chamberlain should not have made the whole British Commonwealth and the democracies generally appear craven supplicants and cowards before Hitler’s shrieked threats, and should not have affronted history and the stern realities of the time by inciting false euphoria and returning from Munich comparing himself to Disraeli when he came back from his triumph at the Congress of Berlin in 1878.”

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