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Why Britain is at War is a polemic treatise written by Harold Nicolson and first published by Penguin Books on 7 November 1939 shortly after the Second World War began. In the book, Nicolson explores Adolf Hitler's insatiable grasp for power, the foreign policy brinkmanship and deception ploys adopted by Nazi Germany, and Hitler's use of actual and implied force to get his way at the negotiation table.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> The Penguin Special edition originally cost 6d (six old English pennies) and sold a hundred thousand copies.<ref>Susan Briggs, The Home Front: War Years in Britain, 1939-1945, p 38 ISBN 0-07-007805-X</ref>


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Why Britain is at War is a polemic treatise written by Harold Nicolson and first published by Penguin Books on 7 November 1939 shortly after the Second World War began. In the book, Nicolson explores Adolf Hitler's insatiable grasp for power, the foreign policy brinkmanship and deception ploys adopted by Nazi Germany, and Hitler's use of actual and implied force to get his way at the negotiation table.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> The Penguin Special edition originally cost 6d (six old English pennies) and sold a hundred thousand copies.<ref>Susan Briggs, The Home Front: War Years in Britain, 1939-1945, p 38 ISBN 0-07-007805-X</ref>


Why Britain is at War sections
Intro  Harold Nicolson  Origin of book  Book outline  References  

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