War spares no one. The young and the old, females and males, the sick and the healthy, we are all the same in the eyes of war. We’re all just small bugs who can die any second. And we raises this painful and appalling topic not without reason.

The thing is that Prabook is about to launch a new campaign dedicated to World War II. We want to honor the memory of its warriors by telling their stories and sharing them with millions of other people around the world. And we will be grateful if you join this campaign. All you are to do is to write the story of your grandfather or grandmother or any other relatives who took part in hostilities. Details coming soon, so stay tuned for more!

And today we want to recall Patrick Joseph Buchanan—an American paleoconservative political commentator, author, syndicated columnist, politician, and broadcaster. A former assistant and special consultant to U.S. Presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan, Buchanan is also famous for his books in which he describes his political beliefs.

In his book, Churchill, Hitler, and ‘The Unnecessary War’: How Britain Lost Its Empire and the West Lost the World, Patrick Buchanan attempts to give an analysis to World Wars I and II. The author seeks answers to the most imprtant questions. Were these wars inevitable or even necessary? Were the bloodiest and most destructive conflicts in our modern history fated by forces beyond men’s control? Or were they a result of terrible failures of judgment?

Buchanan states that if not for the serious mistakes of British statesmen—especially Winston Churchill—the horrors of two world wars and the Holocaust might have been avoided and the British Empire might never have collapsed.

The Unnecessary War is a deep insight into the historic failures of judgment that put an end to centuries of European rule and guaranteed a future that no one could ever have expected.

If you want to find other works by Patrick Joseph Buchanan or learn more about the author himself, please, visit prabook.com.

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