The Anti-Appeasers: Conservative Opposition to Appeasement in the 1930s Neville Thompson

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Published: 1971

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256 pages


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The Anti-Appeasers: Conservative Opposition to Appeasement in the 1930s  by  Neville Thompson

The Anti-Appeasers: Conservative Opposition to Appeasement in the 1930s by Neville Thompson
1971 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 256 pages | ISBN: | 7.74 Mb

The historical convention that a small group of Conservative M.P.s professed a clear doctrine of resistance to aggression and resolutely opposed the National Governments foreign policy is questioned by the author of this book, who concludes that inMoreThe historical convention that a small group of Conservative M.P.s professed a clear doctrine of resistance to aggression and resolutely opposed the National Governments foreign policy is questioned by the author of this book, who concludes that in fact there was no cohesive or constant body of critics but rather that Conservative dissent was sporadic and discontinuous.

Even the most outspoken critics, such as Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden, and Leopold Amery, were less adamantly opposed to appeasement that it later appeared. In his analysis of this problem Dr. Thompson sheds new light on the nature of appeasement, the political situation which produced it, and the domestic debate which went on over it. Dr. Neville Thompson taught history at The University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.



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