Telford Taylor was an American lawyer, military officer, and author. He served as a prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, where he was a key figure in bringing Nazi war criminals to justice. Taylor also had a significant career in legal education and wrote extensively on issues of war crimes and international law.
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"Munich: The Price of Peace" is a comprehensive examination of the Munich Agreement of 1938 and its implications on the onset of World War II. The book critically analyzes the roles of the key players - Britain, France, Germany, and Italy - in the agreement, their motivations, and the subsequent consequences. It provides an in-depth study of the diplomatic maneuvers, political intrigues, and the failure to stand against Hitler's aggression, which eventually led to the catastrophic global conflict.