Churchill: Monarchy would have prevented Hitler

September 7, 2017

Council of Four at the WWI Paris peace conference, May 27, 1919. (L – R) Prime Minister David Lloyd George (Great Britian) Premier Vittorio Orlando, Italy, French Premier Georges Clemenceau, President Woodrow Wilson.

‘Personally, having lived through all these European disturbances and studied carefully their causes, I am of the opinion that if the Allies at the peace table at Versailles had not imagined that the sweeping away of long-established dynasties was a form of progress, and if they had allowed a Hohenzollern, a Wittelsbach, and a Habsburg to return to their thrones, there would have been no Hitler.’

 

Churchill: A Life, by Martin Gilbert, Henry Holt and Company, 1991, p. 837.

Short Stories on Honor, Chivalry, and the World of Nobility—no. 591

 

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