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British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939 By Paul W. Doerr

British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939
by Paul W. Doerr

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Examines British foreign policy from the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 to the outbreak of World War II, surveying the results of the Paris Peace conference, the crushing of the hopes of the 1920s and British leaders' attempts to cope with crises leading to the descent into war. In the MANCHESTER STUDIES IN MODERN HISTORY series.
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British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939 by Paul W. Doerr

Provides students with a clear narrative overview of the period which will enable them to form critical opinions. Introduces students to the historical controversies of the period and communicates the results of recent specialist studies to a student readership in an easily understood manner. An accessible, clearly written account accompanied by useful bibliography, chronology, tables and maps, and written by an author teaching in the field.

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About Paul W. Doerr


Paul W. Doerr teaches European and British History at Acadia University, Nova Scotia

Table of Contents


Chronology 1. The Background 2. The Paris Peace Conference, 1919: 'An Appalling Dispersal of Energy' 3. Maintaining the Peace, 1920-1923 4. An Era of Stability and Promise, 1924-1929 5. The Impact of the Great Depression, 1929-1933 6. The Foreign Office 7. From the Rise of Hitler to the Conquest of Ethiopia 8. 'I Love a Crisis' : The Rhineland and the Impact of the Spanish Civil War, 1936 9. Active Appeasement, 1938 10. The End of Appeasement and the Rise of Containment, 1939 11. Conclusion Bibliographical Guide Maps

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GOR003231137
British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939 by Paul W. Doerr
Paul W. Doerr
Manchester Studies in Modern History
Used - Good
Paperback
Manchester University Press
1998-04-02
304
0719046726
9780719046728
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