"The Origins of the Second World War"
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"The Origins of the Second World War" (A.P.J. Talor) is a treatise on the French and British entry into the war. It does not include theories on why the rest of Europe and even Japan became involved. Taylor's purpose is to expound his theories on Germany and how their actions led (or did not lead) to a declaration of war from France and Britain. This paper takes a critical look at the book. It shows the controversy surrounding the fact that Taylor vindicates Hitler in his book, according to some. The paper looks at the language and style used by Taylor, as well as his ideas and how they pertain to current events.
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