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Ray Bradbury and World War II--Too Quick a Study?

October 09, 1988

Ray Bradbury's Oct. 2 letter about the "World at War" series on KCET fails to mention that the first pact to enable and encourage Hitler to start his war was the Munich Agreement, which he made with British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in 1938--a year before his agreement with Stalin. Chamberlain gave Hitler a part of Czechoslovakia.

I would suggest Bradbury do more history reading. He writes well, but he should read better.

BERNARD SANOW

Los Angeles

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