Peace in our time

Byline: | Category: Foreign Policy | Posted at: Sunday, 10 August 2008

Nineteen years after Germany’s loss of the First World War, the defeated European nation reasserted itself in Czechoslovakia. European powers, tired of war, forced the Czechs to cede the German-speaking Sudetenland to Hitler.

Nineteen years ago the Soviet Union was defeated in Eastern Europe . . .

If you want a brief primer on a scary potential parallel, start here.

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