Nazi Sympathiser King

Nazi Sympathiser King


Edward VIII, King of the UK in 1936, was a Nazi sympathizer and later argued that bombing England could bring peace by ending WW2.


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The Duke of Windsor, who is widely regarded as a Nazi sympathizer, once argued that bombing England could bring peace by ending WWII, it has emerged.

Correspondence kept in the Royal Archives between the British royal family and their German relatives in the run-up to WWII remains confidential.

However, information pieced together from open archives across 30 countries, including Germany, Spain, and Russia, has revealed the close relationship some members of the European aristocracy had with the Nazis.


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