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At the eve of World War II, Britain launches a mission to prevent war with Germany. That's the starting point for "Munich," a new novel by author Robert Harris, who has written both fiction and nonfiction about that period. Harris sits down with Jeffrey Brown to discuss how he blends fact with storytelling to bring a fateful historical moment to life.
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