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Nile Gardiner and Joseph Loconte

The gathering storm over Iran

By Nile Gardiner and Joseph Loconte
May 3, 2006

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IN OCTOBER of 1938, in the heat of the crisis over German intervention in Czechoslovakia, Winston Churchill appealed to the United States to help thwart the Nazi war machine. ''Does anyone pretend that preparation for resistance to aggression is unleashing war?" he asked. ''I declare it to be the sole guarantee of peace." The Allies were not prepared to resist ... (Full article: 706 words)

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