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22. 23. 24. 25. 37 impression is also evident in Sidney Aster, 1939: the Making of the Second World War (London, 1973). It must be said, however, that most historians who attempted to prove this thesis concentrated on the period before 1914, notably Hans Ulrich Wehler, Bismarck und der Imperialismus (Koln/Berlin, 1972) and Volker R. Berghahn, Der Tirpz~z-Plan (Diisseldorf, 1971). Cf. Balfour, Propaganda in War, pp. 148-51, and Marlis G. Steinert, Hitler's War and the Germans: Public Mood and Attitude during the Second World War, translated from German (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1977).
J. Mommsen to The 'Fuhrer State', ed. Hirschfeld and Kettenacker. As to the ensuing controversy arising from this conference see Klaus Hildebrand, 'Nationalsozialismus ohne Hitler' in Ceschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht (CWU) 1980/5, pp. 289-304; Karl Heinz Bohrer, 'Hitler oder die Deutschen' in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 25 May 1979; and W. J. Mommsen's reply in C WU. 3 The British View A. J. P. Taylor I am able to take a very detached view about the outbreak of the Polish war, because I spent the whole summer of 1939 in Savoy, and only returned to England the day after the war started.
Before the crisis of September 1938, the British Government had refused to involve itself, or pledge itself to involvement, in European affairs, beyond its strictly defensive alliance with France. The British guarantee to Poland involved repudiation of the idea of keeping out of Europe, and also an implied repudiation of the widely held idea that some of Poland's possessions were unjustified. Whereas people would have hesitated and found it difficult to decide what was the correct line to take over Czechoslovakia in a moral sense, nearly all British The Bn'tish View 43 people would have said that the establishment of Danzig - a city inhabited almost entirely by Germans - as a Free City was wrong, and that the Corridor was also unjust to Germany.
1939: A Retrospect Forty Years After by Roy Douglas