The Right Coast
June 16, 2004
By Mike Rappaport
An interesting tidbit from the obituary of Oxford Philosopher, Stuart Hampshire: (Hat tip: Legal Theory Blog)
In late 1942, working in the Radio Security Service which monitored the radio links of Nazi spies, Hampshire was said to be one of the authors of a study suggesting a growing rift between the German General Staff and the Nazi regime. Its central premise was that the war in Europe could be ended if the British government gave the German General Staff an incentive to launch a coup.