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By BRADLEY P. TOLPPANEN
Sinclair aging: “He did so much and worried so greatly on account of the boys who lost their lives…no wonder that he is now a war casualty.”
Tags: Archibald Sinclair, Arthur Greenwood, Arthur Tedder, Battle of Moreuil Wood, Bradley P. Tolppanen, Charles Portal, Clement Attlee, Cyril Newall, Edward Halifax, Edward Spears, Gerard De Groot, H.H. Asquith, Harold Macmillan, Hugh Dowding, Jack Seely, Leopold Amery, Max Beaverbrook, Munich, Neville Chamberlain, Ottawa Conference, Sholto Douglas, Stanley Baldwin, The Other Club, Winston S. Churchill,
By MICHAEL McMENAMIN
Bouverie’s dismissal of the 1938 plot as “probably correctly” a fantasy is quite inexplicable. He lists Meehan’s book in his bibliography along with the memoirs of Erich Kordt, who wrote that swallowing Hitler’s terms at Munich “prevented the coup d’état in Berlin.” Even Henderson, the pro-Chamberlain British ambassador to Germany, thought the Hitler plot genuine. On 6 October, a week after Munich, Henderson wrote Halifax: “By keeping the peace, we have saved Hitler and his regime.”
Tags: . Hans Oster, Edward Halifax, Erich Kordt, Ernst von Weizacker, Erwin von Witzleben, Ewald von Kleist-Schmenzin, Franz Halder, Hans Gisevius, Hjalmar Schacht, Ludwig Beck, Michael McMenamin, Nevile Henderson, Neville Chamberlain, Robert Vansittart, Steven Roberts, Theo Kordt, Tim Bouverie, Walter von Brauchitsch, Walter von Brockdorf, Wilhelm Canaris, Winston S. Churchill,