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Abstract

World War I and its aftermath left deep scars on Europe, scars not only of human and material devastation, but of biased national perspective as well. This case examines how the lessons of World War I influenced British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in his response to German aggression in the 1930s. His policy of appeasement, now accounted a disastrous mistake, enjoyed widespread approval at the time.

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Abstract

World War I and its aftermath left deep scars on Europe, scars not only of human and material devastation, but of biased national perspective as well. This case examines how the lessons of World War I influenced British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in his response to German aggression in the 1930s. His policy of appeasement, now accounted a disastrous mistake, enjoyed widespread approval at the time.

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