"I'm for appeasement 1,000 percent."

Joseph Kennedy (1888 to 1969), American ambassador to Great Britain during World War Two, and father of the Kennedy political dynasty. Kennedy thought England was a lost cause in 1938.
Source: Citizens of London p.4
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The patriarch of the Kennedy clan was always known as a sleazy operator in business circles, but his despicable lack of courage in standing up to the Nazis is still surprising. Fortunately, Winston Churchill had something else in mind.

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