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Friday, 29 January 2021


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Maybe you could follow that up with a cheery book about the Black Plague, David.

I have struggled with the Germans and Hitler for as long as I can remember. I spent 6 years of my childhood in Germany, most of that not living on the American bases (my dad was military). The Germans I knew were a proud people who were ashamed of their WWII past. The population of the 1920s and 30s must have been demoralized beyond comprehension because of the Treaty of Versailles and the betrayal of their government. In 1919, they were still a young unified country. That is all I can come up with.

Have you got to the bit where Adolf has to invade the rest of Europe to get his AstraZeneca vaccine?

'W', you are a very naughty boy, I nearly fell off my chair chortling at that one!

There's David, a book recommendation for you that'll maybe get you some bit away from the doldrums!

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