This book offers fresh perspectives on British appeasement, grand strategy, and policymaking in a crucial and much-debated period. Gaines Post Jr. reexamines how British leaders planned foreign policy and imperial defense as they faced the increasing likelihood of war with the dictatorial regimes of Germany, Italy, and Japan.
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