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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the A Level historian, 5 Feb 2002
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This book has a lot of the relevant information for the appeasement module for the A2 course. It contains easy to read paragraphs simple tables all which make it easier to learn from. However, the book does not solely focus on Appeasement but on all foriegn police at that time. This may help others but for appeasement you may what to ignore some parts of the book.
I found great to learn and easy to revise from. It contains key quotes from the people at the time and other Historians. Another good thing about this book (for studying) is that its not biest. Buy this book for studying or just learning about the subject.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent documentation of this topic for A Level student, 10 Sep 1999
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A very good text that deals with all aspects of British foreign affairs in this period, including Lloyd George's role at Versailles, the decline of the Empire (good section on India) and Britain's role in the lead up to the Second world War. It is very 'readable' and provides useful essay plans, evidence based queestions and reviews of the major developments. It is useful as a teaching tool, although very able candidates may find it too simplistic.
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