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My enemy’s enemy is not my friend, but can be quite useful

“For many years after 1945, the democracies found it gratifying to perceive the Second World War in Europe as a struggle for survival between themselves and Nazi tyranny. Yet the military outcome of the contest was overwhelmingly decided by the forces of Soviet tyranny, rather than by Anglo-American armies.” – Max Hastings, Winston’s War

Published inLit & CritMax HastingsPolitics & LawThe Second World WarWinston Churchill

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