The Age of Appeasement: The Evolution of British Foreign Policy in the 1930'S (Modern British history) Hardcover – 20 Oct 1999
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In this context described by authors like Paul Kennedy, reading The Age of Appeasement is simply fascinating. British foreign policies of the 1930s unfolds through the messages, opinions and decisions of the British lawmakers, their relations with the Foreign Office officials and their non-British counterparts. The author masterfully brushes the qualities, ignorance, weakness and prejudice showing how it affected the outcome of each decision during the crisis in the Far East, Eastern Africa and Europe and how this all lead to WW II. A book especially relevant for Americans who experience the same kind of global situation today.
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