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Weekend Reading: Harold Nicolson (1936): The Via Media Between War and Dishonour...

Harold Nicolson (1936): _[Germany and the Rhineland][]_: "What are we to do? We are between two incompatible rights... >...I think I can indicate how far in my own conscience, and within the orbit of my own knowledge and experience, a middle way, a way between war and dishonour, can be...
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