Author: Sybil Oldfield. Review by Peter Speirs
Learning how to recognise the seeds of conflict and of peace is vital to Friends. Learning from history is an essential part of the process. In the late 1930s, while parliament considered allying with Germany to defeat communism (the greater threat, as some saw it), the Nazi party prepared a list of 2,600 people to be arrested, or worse, when Germany invaded Britain. This was followed in 1940 by a second list for use by the occupying troops.
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