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What was the historical context for WWII’ Was it a just war, or a fable rooted in propaganda’ Accepted history says WWII was an inevitable war forced upon a peaceful people, because of a surprise attack by a sneaky enemy. But then, as now, war is a carefully-constructed package sold as a life-and-death battle against pure evil. The author argues that the Great War was really about power, money, and imperialism. Myths explored include: * The allies fought to liberate the death camps * The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise * Hiroshima and Nagasaki were necessary * WWII was fought to end fascism * Only the Axis nations committed war crimes
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Mickey Z. is a self-educated personal trainer/kickboxing instructor who lectures on US foreign policy at MIT in his spare time. He has appeared in martial arts films and was known as the Underground Poet for hanging his poetry in the NYC subway. He lives in New York City.
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