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|Description:||XII, 588 S.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Neville Chamberlain 1934 - 40: the Downing Street years; 1934: 'I can be both bold and original': economic recovery and defence requirements; 1935: 'I have become a sort of acting P.M.': Lloyd George's New Deal and the General Election; 1936: 'Foreign affairs remain disgusting': Abyssinia, Rhineland and defence; 1937: 'I hope to leave my mark behind me as P.M.': a new style of premiership; 1938: 'The country wants peace': Anschluss, Sudetenland and Munich; 1939: 'Days of stress and strain': Prague, Poland and war; 1940: 'Not...one of my happiest years': Norway, Dunkirk and resignation; Appendix I: The Chamberlain household and family; Appendix II: Primary sources; Index.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Robert Self.|