Chamberlain and the lost peace / John Charmley Charmley, John, 1955-

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Charmley, John, 1955-
Subjects
Chamberlain, Neville, 1869-1940.; World War (1939-1945); Great Britain - Foreign relations - Germany.
Summary
"As Neville Chamberlain lay dying in October 1940 almost the last entry in his diary records him reading press reports of his resignation: 'Not one shows the slightest sign of sympathy for the man or even any comprehension that there may be a human tragedy somewhere in the background.' This book tries to put that right. Most studies of the period assume that the Second World War was, in some ways, a triumph for Britain; this book dissents from that verdict."--Book jacket.
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/10274125
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10274125

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