COPYRIGHT YEAR

1969

AUTHORS

M. J. Barber

TITLE

The Second World War and the Cold War

ABSTRACT

When Poland was invaded by the Germans in 1939 Europe faced war for the second time in one generation. Many who had in their youth survived the battlefields of the First World War now had to mortgage a span of their middle years in the demands of the Second. There appeared to be a certain similarity in the situation which had caused both struggles, an historical parallel linking the bombast of the Kaiser before 1914 with the hysterical claims of Hitler before 1939, both appearing to stem from an even older Prussian militarism. The First World War, the twenty years of uneasy peace-keeping and the Second World War, seemed in one sense to be part of a continuous single process — one war rather than two — in which Europe was involved in a self-destructive struggle centred in the unresolved problem of Germany.

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