The passionately pro-Europe Mr Clegg revealed his views on World War II in an article for the Guardian newspaper in 2002.
‘Watching Germany rise from its knees after the war and become a vastly more prosperous nation has not been easy on the febrile British psyche,’ Mr Clegg wrote, before attacking Britain’s approach to the war.
‘All nations have a cross to bear, and none more so than Germany with its memories of Nazism. But the British cross is more insidious still.
‘A misplaced sense of superiority, sustained by delusions of grandeur and a tenacious obsession with the last war, is much harder to shake off. We need to be put back in our place.’
THE MAJORITY OF BRITS WILL NOT VOTE FOR AN ANTI-BRITISH DEMAGOGUE.
LEFTY-LOONS MIGHT - BUT THEY ARE NOT IN THE MAJORITY, AND THEY WILL PARTLY VOTE FOR LABOUR.
CAMERON HAS JUST BECOME PM.