Europe in Decay: A Study in Disintegration, 1936-1940

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EUROPE IN DECAY
A Study in Disintegration 1936-1940

BY L. B. NAMIER, F.B.A.

PROFESSOR OF MODERN HISTORY IN THE UNRVERSITY OF MANCHESTER HON. FELLOW OF BALLIOL COLLEGE, OXFORD

LONDON MACMILLAN & CO. LTD 1950

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Memoirs Born of Defeat 1
  • Fladin 9
  • Reynaud 34
  • Bonnet 58
  • Baudouin 78
  • The End of Vichy 103
  • Ciano's Early Diary 106
  • "The Pact of Steel": A Study in Levity 129
  • The Death of a Tyrant 145
  • The Unnecessary War 150
  • The Road to Munich 171
  • Appeasement 205
  • Hitler's Foreign Policy 229
  • The Other Germany? 234
  • The Anglo-French-Russian Negotiations of 1939 238
  • Nazi-Soviet Relations, 1939-1941 259
  • Documents 281
  • Index 313
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