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Origins of World War II / Michael Parenti ; produced by Blair Zarubick.

Program Title:
Origins of World War II / Michael Parenti ; produced by Blair Zarubick.
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PRA Archive #: 
KZ1632.03
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Professor Michael Parenti examines the traditional explanations of World War II: 1) the evil of Hitler; 2) appeasement lead to the war; 3) Soviet Union's unholy alliance with Hitler. In his analysis, he argues that: Hitler could have been stopped early, the but United States and the other allies thought he was doing a good job in Germany; The west did not appease Hitler, they saw Nazism as a bulkward against the expansion of Soviet Russia; Stalin was forced to join with Hitler because of the systematic isolation of his country by the West.|ORIGINS OF WORLD WAR II / Michael Parenti| produced by Blair Zarubick. SERIES: Real history| no. 3 Professor Michael Parenti examines the traditonal explanations of World War II: 1) evil Hitler| 2) appeasment lead to war| 3) Soviet Union's unholy alliance with Hitler. 1) Hitler could have been stopped early, but the U.S. and other allies thought he was doing a good job in Germany. 2) The West did not appease Hitler, they saw Nazism as a bulkward against the expansion of Soviet Russia. 3) Stalin was forced to join with Hitler because of the systematic isolation of his country by the West. BROADCAST: KPFK, 4 July 1990.

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KPFK, 4 July 1990.
Item duration: 
1 reel (29 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|29:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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