By Christopher Booker, Richard North
A brand new version of Continuum's top promoting booklet revised and amended to handle the entire problems with the coming near near Referendum and the e-book of the hot european structure. the 1st variation of "The nice Deception" was once one among Continuum's greatest promoting books. It instructed the genuine tale of the origins and background of the ecu Union- revealing all of the deception and skulduggery concerned. Now with the book of the hot eu structure, Christopher Booker and Richard North have condensed a few of the early heritage which will make area for an exam of the recent eu structure and to argue that during it are all of the methods and traps on the center of this ecu inspiration and the disastrous results.
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The British and US authorities had already begun the rebuilding of German self-government centred on the Länder, the regional divisions of Germany dating back to the Weimar Republic. 85 Further burdened by the costs of her military and political responsibilities in the Eastern Mediterranean, Britain then informed Washington on 21 February 1947 that she could no longer continue providing financial aid to the governments of Greece and Turkey (in addition to her substantial military commitment to Palestine, where the British mandate was now coming under severe strain from the campaign by Jewish nationalists and terrorist groups to set up a state of Israel).
The following morning, 16 June, the Cabinet met again to discuss the collapse of France, which was becoming more alarming by the hour. At any time, it seemed, the French government might surrender, and not least of the Cabinet’s concerns was that this might give Hitler control of France’s naval fleet, the fourth largest in the world. By the time the Cabinet reassembled that afternoon, Churchill had seen de Gaulle, now wholly behind Monnet’s proposal and viewing such a dramatic gesture as the only hope of strengthening the hand of the French prime minister Paul Reynaud in stiffening his government’s resolve.
An equally ambitious and in some ways very similar programme was being launched in France. The man in charge was Salter’s old friend, Monnet. As a member of de Gaulle’s National Liberation Committee, in 1943 he had been appointed as ‘Commissioner for Armament, Supplies and Reconstruction’. 78 On 30 August 1944, when General de Gaulle set up a provisional French government in newly-liberated Paris, Monnet was full of ideas on how to restructure the French economy. 77 78 Salter, The Slave Of The Lamp, op.
Great Deception: Can the European Union Survive? by Christopher Booker, Richard North