VDH’s WWII

As readers will know by now, Victor Davis Hanson’s latest is The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won. And VDH is my guest on QandA (here). I take the opportunity to ask some fundamental questions: What if Hitler hadn’t declared war on us? Would we have gotten into the war — the European theater? What if Japan hadn’t attacked us? Could they have triumphed in the Pacific? What were the causes of the war? Was Hitler a little nuts — did that save our bacon? If he had been saner, could he have pulled it off? How was
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Author: Jay Nordlinger