Yes, Mein Kampf is a veritable Book of Psalms seeking only peace and understanding. Wouldn't count as evidence for Hitler's plans for genocide and world war, nope.
If true, a fair point. Americans, after all, were prepared to use atom bombs to keep the Red Army from the Channel. But where is the evidence that , whose victims as of March 1939 were a fraction of Gen. Pinochet's, or Fidel Castro's, was out to conquer the world?
Obviously, the Allies did not give up enough -- the Germans needed more lebensraum! The Allies didn't appease enough!
Indeed, why would he want war when, by 1939, he was surrounded by allied, friendly or neutral neighbors, save France. And he had written off Alsace, because reconquering Alsace meant war with France, and that meant war with Britain, whose empire he admired and whom he had always sought as an ally.
The sad part is how Buchanan will go on talking on TV. His defense of Hitler is despicable and cowardly -- the world's "greatest" murderer of all time.