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By RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
No evidence exists that Churchill wished to commit a million Allied troops. The British contingent he envisioned was small, and made up of volunteers. Above all, Churchill wanted decision, not hesitation, which he abhorred all his life.
Tags: Alexander Kolchak, Anton Denikin, Austen Chamberlain, David Lloyd George, Ferdinand Foch, George Curzon, Martin Gilbert, Paris Peace Conference, Sir Henry Wilson, Winston S. Churchill, woodrow wilson,
By WILL MORRISEY
Churchill never sneered at the supposed loss of French military power and valor in 20th century. He knew France provided a nearly indispensable buffer against Germany, and later, Russia.
Tags: Bismarck, Charles de Gaulle, Ferdinand Foch, Franco-Prussian War, Georges Clemenceau, Konrad Adenauer, League of Nations, Morgenthau Plan, NATO, Versailles Peace Conference, Wilhelm II, Will Morrissey,