Victor Davis Hanson and Christopher Hitchens take on the WWII revisionists, centering on Patrick J. Buchanan, the author, most recently, of Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War. In terms of the origins of the conflict, Buchanan says essentially that Britain’s guarantee to protect Poland in the event of a German invasion made the war inevitable.
Apparently allowing Germany to gobble up Europe, and likely the beyond, would have avoided a war. Hanson and Hitchens offer lessons in five videos. Here are the links to the rest of them: