Hugh Wilson In The Garden Of Rivals Analysis

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Dodd’s replacement was Hugh Wilson, and some people believed that he was doing a pretty good job. Dodd however, strongly disliked him and his ways of diplomacy. According to In the Garden of Beasts, his campaign was all about appeasing the Germans. It says that he promised that if war were to start, America would stay out, accused the American press of being controlled by Jewish people, and praised Hitler’s actions. All that he did was in an effort to pacify Germany, and possibly bring peace to Europe. Also, Wilson liked the “Strength through Joy” program, which gave all German people working free vacations in addition to other entertainment. The way that Wilson acted towards the Germans could have been smart, but I believe that Wilson went
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