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Politics & Policy

Uncommon Knowledge: Victor Davis Hanson Goes to War

Here’s Part One of my recent two-part interview with Victor Davis Hanson on his new book, The Second World Wars. The book represents a magnificent achievement, every page presenting a fascinating fact or statistic or an arresting new insight. And the interview proves totally engrossing (if I do say so). VDH, a brilliant historian, and a patriot.

Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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