Chamberlain and Appeasement : British Policy and the Coming of the Second World War Paperback
by Kate Dorney
Part of the The Making of the Twentieth Century series
This book provides a fresh and original approach to a controversial episode in British history, Chamberlain's policy of 'appeasement' towards Hitler's Germany.
Written directly from primary archival sources, Alastair Parker's account offers the student new perspectives on the man who dominated the making of British policy before and after his 'triumph' at Munich in September 1938 - Neville Chamberlain.
This study considers his personality, his aims and his methods and the opposition to him from men both within and outside his party.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 394 pages, V, 394 p.
- Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
- Publication Date: 07/10/1993
- Category: Biography: historical, political & military
- ISBN: 9780333417133