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Betrayal: the Munich Pact of 1938

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Published January 1st 2000 by DoubleDay
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Nathan Thompson
Jan 19, 2011 Nathan Thompson rated it it was amazing
1-5-11: So far in the book it is tell about the munich pact of 1938. I didn't read a lot of it now just started it but I will keep on reading.

1-12-11: So far the book is good and it is tell you about what is happening leading up to the munich pact of 1938 and is telling whats happening before the events of the munich pact.Also right now in the book it is almost WW2 but the time in the book so far is before WW2 and also right now tells how everything with germany before WW2. I'll read more and up
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Irving Werstein was born in Brooklyn, graduated from high school in Richmond Hill, Long Island, and attended New York University. His early career was colorful and varied. It range from working in a radio factory to repairing dolls in a doll hospital. He was a summer comedian in the Catskills, a salesman, a camp counsellor, a straight actor.

But ever since he helped edit his high school newspaper,
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