Austen Chamberlain and the Commitment to Europe: British by Dr Richard S Grayson,Richard S. Grayson

By Dr Richard S Grayson,Richard S. Grayson

it is a examine of Austen Chamberlain's time period of workplace as Stanley Baldwin's international Secretary from 1924-29. it truly is argued that Chamberlain's precedence used to be a two-stage coverage in Western Europe, which aimed toward pacifying either France and Germany, in addition to encouraging the League of Nations.

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