Both Hitler and Churchill were pawns of the Zionist bankers. According to historian , Churchill said in his Memoirs that ex-German Chancellor (1930-1932) revealed the identities of Hitler's backers in a 1937 letter:
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Historians have made a great deal between that all-too often drunk British genius Churchill and his abstemious German rival, the murderous Hitler. The two gradually came to loathe each other. Hitler loved to blame Churchill for many of the disasters of the war (sometimes correctly); while Churchill went on the record as saying that when captured Hitler should be taken out and shot in the street like a dog (harsh words from an individual who boasted constantly of his easy Christian morality). Historians have had fun with the obvious contrasts between the two, of course. Andrew Roberts wrote Hitler and Churchill and Lukacs produced The (brilliant) Duel pairing the two for narrative drama. But did they ever meet? The answer to that is ‘no, but almost’. In the summer of 1932, with Hitler on the verge of power, Churchill travelled through the Lowlands and Germany researching his Life of Marlborough. This took him to the battlefield of Blenheim and a hotel in Munich.
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Additional details: Why is it OK here to ask who was worse - Stalin or Hitler, and not to compare Hitler and Churchill, who had much more in common. Clearly, western propaganda can make Stalin look bad, while he alone with Russian people is responsible for beating the Nazis, citing Ukrainian famine as his greatest crime (by death toll), same is done with Mao, while Churchill is responsible for far greater famine in India (7 million deaths).
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