The British Political Elite and the Soviet Union, 1937-1939

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Index

a
Abyssinia, Italian invasion of, 23 , 77
Albania, Italian invasion of, 102
Amery, Leopold, 75 , 76 , 78 -9, 86 , 88 , 94
Anglo-German relations, 7 , 15 , 40 -1, 65
Anglo-Italian relations, 7
Anglo-Soviet collaboration, anti-appeasers and, 169 -70, 171 -2, 174 , 182 , 186 -7;
anti-appeasers call for Anglo-Soviet collaboration, 77 - 83 , 86 -8, 95 -6;
the Cabinet and, 35 -6, 37 , 86 , 117 , 120 , 142 , 172 , 189 ;
Chamberlain and, 109 -11, 117 , 124 , 124 -6, 173 -4;
Chatfield and, 122 ;
Chiefs of Staff and 120 -1, 123 -4, 144 (n31);
Churchill and, 76 , 77 -8, 91 , 172 , 177 -8, 182 ;
Dalton and, 171 -2, 173 , 177 -8, 182 ;
Eden and, 172 , 178 -9;
Foreign Policy Committee and, 123 -4, 142 , 172 , 189 ;
Halifax and, 121 , 123 , 188 ;
Hoare and, 120 , 122 , 123 , 131 ;
Lloyd George and, 177 -8;
Seeds and, 152 -3
Anschluss, the, 7 , 23
anti-appeasers, 2 - 3 , 75 ;
and Anglo-Soviet collaboration, 169 -70, 171 -2, 174 , 182 , 186 -7;
attitudes to the Soviet Union, 75 -6;
call for Anglo-Soviet collaboration, 77 - 83 , 86 -8, 95 -6;
and communism, 85 ;
criticism of Chamberlain, 76 -7;
criticism of Soviet Union, 179 ;
criticism of the exclusion of Soviet Union from Sudetenland settlement, 76 -8;
criticism of the government, 176 , 179 -80, 182 ;
the 'Glamour Boys', 75 ;
and Hitler, 82 , 87 , 95 -6, 187 ;
ideological prejudices, 89 - 90 , 96 ;
Labour Party stance, 80 ;
and the Munich settlement, 83 , 96 ;
the 'Old Guard', 75 ;
perceptions of the Soviet Union, 87 - 95 ;
and Soviet intentions, 180 -3;
and the structural constraints on the government, 83 -7;
views of Germany, 87
appeasement, 1 - 2 , 7 , 10 , 45 , 126 ;
criticism of, 84 -5;
failure of, 79 ;
French support for, 9
Arnau, Gimenez, 154 -5
Astakhov, Georgi, 133
Atlee, Clement, 45 , 77 , 80 , 83 , 88 -9, 95 , 97 (n16), 171 , 176 ;
views on the Soviet Union, 93
Austria, 7

b
Baltic states, 134 , 190 ;
guarantees to, 118 , 128 , 132 , 134 -5;
Soviet seizure of, 142 ;
Soviet threat to, 136
Bancour, Paul, 9
Beg, M. Alexandre Kazem, 160 -1
Benes, Edouard, 8 , 32 , 34
Beriya, M.L.P., 55
Blum, Leon, 9
Bonnet, Georges, 9 , 10 , 32 , 103 ;
doubts about the Soviet Union, 35 ;
and the Sudetenland crisis, 8 ;
and the triple alliance negotiations, 138
Boothby, Robert, 75 , 78 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 85 , 86 , 89 , 173 , 186 ;
and Soviet intentions, 180 -1;
views on the Soviet Union, 93
Britain, Poland and the Eastern Front, Prazmowska, 104
British Communist Party, 89
Burgin, Lesley, 120
Butler, R.A., 11 , 20 , 25 , 33 , 35 , 39 , 127 , 145 (n85), 188

c
Cabinet, the, 5 , 24 ;
and Anglo-Soviet collaboration, 35 -6, 37 , 86 , 117 , 120 , 142 , 172 , 189 ;
and the collaboration negotiations, 131 ;
ideological prejudices, 141 , 187 -8;
and the Munich settlement, 34 -5, 40 ;
perceptions of Germany, 14 - 15 ;
and Poland, 139 ;
and the Sudetenland crisis, 8 , 17 ;
suspicions of the Soviet Union, 135 -7;
and a triple alliance, 45

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Series Editor's Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Cabinet and Communism 5
  • 2 - Building Bridges 31
  • 3 - The Foreign Office and the Soviet Union, 1937-38 51
  • 4 - The Anti-Appeasers 75
  • 5 - Poland or the Soviet Union? 101
  • 6 - The Loss of an Ally 117
  • 7 - Germany and the Soviet Union: Allies or Enemies? 149
  • 8 - United in Opposition 169
  • Conclusion 185
  • Bibliography 191
  • Index 206
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