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British appeasement and the origins of World War II

Author: R J Q Adams
Publisher: Lexington, Mass. : D.C. Heath, ©1994.
Series: Problems in European civilization.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
British appeasement and the origins of World War II.
Lexington, Mass. : D.C. Heath, ©1994
(OCoLC)609402909
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R J Q Adams
ISBN: 0669335029 9780669335026
OCLC Number: 29214897
Description: xxix, 176 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
pt. 1. Appeasement in the British context. Munich and the British tradition / P.W. Schroeder --
pt. 2. The climate of opinion. Nostra maxima culpa / M. Gilbert --
The domestic background / G. Schmidt --
British military preparations / M. Howard --
pt. 3. The crises. The Abyssianian crisis / T. Taylor --
The Rhineland crisis / M. Cowling --
The Anschluss / L.W. Fuchser --
We could not help Czechoslovakia / N. Chamberlain --
British and French cooperation? --
pt. 4. Munich. A quarrel in a far-away country / N. Chamberlain --
For a second, the house was hushed / H. Nicolson --
The world's debt to Neville Chamberlain / S. Hodgson --
A disaster of the first magnitude / W.S. Churchill --
The Munich accords --
pt. 5. The change of course. The guarantee to Poland--
and after / T. Taylor --
pt. 6. Assessing appeasement: the question of responsibility. Chamberlain: the guiltiest man? / S. Aster --
Chamberlain attempted the impossible / R. Douglas --
A triumph for all that was best in British life / A.J.P. Taylor --
Appeasement and its interpreters / P. Kennedy --
Reckoning / K. Middlemas --
pt. 7. The search for lessons. The Munich myth and American foreign policy / C. Layne.
Series Title: Problems in European civilization.
Responsibility: edited by R.J.Q. Adams.

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