Churchill's Deception by Louis C. Kilzer
The Dark Secret That Destroyed Nazi Germany

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Engrossing and controversial, this book will fuel the debate over Churchill's legacy as it exposes one of the darkest secrets of the Second World War: how Churchill tricked Hitler into invading the Soviet Union by creating a phony "Peace Party", contrived and fostered by the British Secret Service. Photos.

About Louis C. Kilzer

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Kilzer is chief investigative reporter for the Denver Rocky Mountain News. Mr. Kilzer has a philosophy honors degree from Yale University.
Published June 1, 1994 by Simon & Schuster. 320 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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The author argues that Hitler, out of admiration for the British Empire, a conviction that the English and the Germans were racial allies, and a desire to free his hand in the West before invading the Soviet Union, sincerely sought peace with Britain, and that Churchill exploited appeasement-mind...

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To find out how American men define masculinity and whether they measure up to their own ideal, Kaufman, a photographer and UCLA graduate film student, crisscrossed the country, asking men to photograph themselves with the aid of a 30-foot-long shutter-release cord.

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