People didn't stop to notice the dog that didn't bark. The dog that didn't bark was something we had feared for a half century -- that even if we won World War II, as we did, it would only be a matter of time before Germany was led by another Hitler ... That didn't happen. And it turns out that much of the reason was what Roosevelt and Truman secretly did during the war.Michael Beschloss
"Michael Richard Beschloss" is an American historian. A specialist in the President of the United States/United States presidency, he is the author of nine books. In November 2013, he was appointed as a contributing columnist on history for The New York Times. His "HistorySource" column appears in a new section of the newspaper called "The Upshot". He writes a weekly sports history column that appears in the weekend editions of the New York Times.More Michael Beschloss on Wikipedia.