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The publication of The King Who Had To Go in October 2016 established Adrian Phillips as one of the most penetrating and original historians of this crucial and still controversial episode.


His next book Fighting Churchill, Appeasing Hitler takes a radically new look at appeasement, arguing that Neville Chamberlain and, his chief advisor, Sir Horace Wilson, made World War Two more, and not less, likely by a policy of abject submissiveness towards Hitler, which made him think that Britain would never resist him. It will be published by Biteback in the UK in October and Pegasus in the US in November.


Adrian comments regularly on these themes on TV, radio, social media and to private and public  audiences.




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