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This military focus is inadequate for analysis of an era when no country had aims in Europe achievable by war. Despite British fears of France, French fears of Germany, and Russian fears of the capitalist west, nobody seriously contemplated fighting. Stresemann talked privately of reconquest of Alsace–Lorraine when Germany was rearmed, but did he mean it? At best, this was last on his long agenda. Germany could not fight; the victors had no thought of doing so. Mussolini’s oratory was bellicose but his escapades minor; nobody else even talked of war.
In March 1919, the American government privately reminded Germany that the Allies had won and rejected Germany’s interpretation that the war lacked victors. See Akten der Reichskanzlei, Weimar Republic [hereafter ARWR]: Das Kabinett Scheidemann, Boppard am Rhein, 1971, p. 28. J. F. V. Keiger, Raymond Poincaré, Oxford, 1997, p. 248; S. A. Schuker, “The Rhineland question,” in M. F. Boemeke et al. (eds), The Treaty of Versailles, Washington, DC, 1998, pp. 275–312. See K. Schwabe, “Germany’s peace aims and the domestic and international constraints,” and F.
And see the biographies by R. Cole, A. J. P. Taylor, New York, 1993, and A. Sisman, A. J. P. Taylor, London, 1994. A. J. P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, New York, 1961, p. 70. All citations are of this edition unless otherwise noted. E. Weber, The Hollow Years: France in the 1930s, New York, 1994, p. 11. This was corrected in the 1983 edition. In both, he misdates Mein Kampf and inflates into an orange the German lemon which Sir Eric Geddes wished to squeeze until the pips squeaked.
The Origins of the Second World War Reconsidered: A.J.P. Taylor and the Historians, Second Edition by Gordon Martel