This work explains the how and the why of the European Union. It suggests that high-level British and American friends were planning one Europe even before World War II, and that they took over American policy after the war. The Treaty of Rome is shown as making Britain subservient to European law. The book also posits that Britain may become a province of German Europe. It argues that proposals for one army and one police force are only the most recent in a long line of "small steps" leading to "major consequences" for British voters. It sees Britain as having won the war, but lost the peace.