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More than 60 years have passed since the outbreak of the most catastrophic conflict the world has known: 30 million people dead and unbelievable devastation. In the 3rd edition of this popular volume, Keith Eubank seeks answers to the questions that have plagued us: Why, after the ghastly ordeal of World War I did Western powers undervalue the threat from Hitler? Why was there so much reluctance on the part of Britain and France to confront Germany? Why had Germany been permitted to rearm and to occupy independent nations without a struggle? What was the policy of appeasement? Why did the…mehr

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More than 60 years have passed since the outbreak of the most catastrophic conflict the world has known: 30 million people dead and unbelievable devastation. In the 3rd edition of this popular volume, Keith Eubank seeks answers to the questions that have plagued us: Why, after the ghastly ordeal of World War I did Western powers undervalue the threat from Hitler? Why was there so much reluctance on the part of Britain and France to confront Germany? Why had Germany been permitted to rearm and to occupy independent nations without a struggle? What was the policy of appeasement? Why did the appeasers fail to perceive Hitler's intentions? In addition to a re-examination of these questions and an effort to dispel the enduring myths surrounding the history of this era, Keith Eubank has enhanced this new edition by including an analysis of the motivations and actions of central figures such as Neville Chamberlain and Joseph Stalin as well as a re-assessment of Soviet policies in the light of recent research that reveals their leaders as far less altruistic than some have imagined. With an expanded conclusion, a new photo section, and an updated bibliographic essay, this book remains an excellent brief overview of the period between 1918 and 1939.

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 196
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11. September 2014
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118818756
  • Artikelnr.: 41505674
Autorenporträt
Keith Eubank is Professor of History Emeritus, QueensCollege, City University of New York. A graduate of Hampden-SydneyCollege, he holds graduate degrees from Harvard University and theUniversity of Pennsylvania. Among the books he has written andedited are Paul Cambon: Master Diplomatist; Munich; The SummitConferences, 1919-1960; The Road to World War II: A DocumentaryHistory; Summit at Teheran: The Untold Story; The Bomb; andThe Cuban Missile Crisis. He is the co-author of Surveyof Historic Costume and series editor of HarlanDavidson's The European History Series.