Monday, October 12, 2015

Quote of the Day

Too much of a gentleman to realize that Hitler wasn't, Chamberlain pursued an appeasement policy based on the fatal notion that Hitler's promises meant something. Chamberlain's most famous moment came after the Munich Conference when he flew home with Hitler's signature on a peace note that might as well have been a dinner menu. 

- Clive James

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