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The Big Sleep in Cairo

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"I believe it is peace for our time," declared Neville Chamberlain in 1938. "Go home and get a nice quiet sleep." Just returned from a peace conference, the British Prime Minister was convinced that the prospect of war between Germany and Western Europe had been nullified. How wrong he was. Chamberlain is often criticized for being an apostle of appeasement. But appeasement can be a viable...

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