By Alan Farmer
The fourth version of this bestselling name charts the process British international coverage from the tip of the 1st international conflict and the Treaty of Versailles, to the social and fiscal results of the second one international battle. there's a specific concentration and research of the difficulty of appeasement during the interval, in particular within the run-up to the second one global conflict. Public opinion and the function of key contributors is explored all through and the narrative concludes with an interpretation of the reasons of and purposes for British international regulations around the period.
Throughout the e-book, key dates, phrases and concerns are highlighted, and ancient interpretations of key debates are defined. precis diagrams are integrated to consolidate wisdom and figuring out of the interval, and exam-style questions and counsel written via examiners give you the chance to strengthen examination skills.
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In 1922 Britain tried to resolve the reparations issue by proposing a cancellation of both reparations and the payments of war debts to the USA. ) Reparations, therefore, continued to sour Anglo-French and Franco-German relations. The Illusion of Peace 1919–31 | 37 Key date The British government disliked but did not openly condemn French policy. It adopted what one contemporary described as a policy of ‘surly neutrality’, trying without success to resolve the crisis. Some British ofﬁcials thought the Ruhr occupation was an economic disaster for Britain.
In reality the pact did not denote any fundamental change in British policy. The British government had no intention of being drawn into military talks with France. Moreover, Locarno did not end Germany’s sense of grievance or its attempts to secure revision of the Treaty of Versailles. France retained its distrust of German intentions, so much so that in 1927 it began the construction of the Maginot Line. Regular meetings between Stresemann, Briand and Chamberlain after 1926 yielded little in the way of agreement.
Conciliatory moves In 1921–2 Lloyd George pressed ahead with negotiations with the USSR, hoping that the re-establishment of trade relations would help the British economy. He also feared that if the USSR continued to be treated as an outcast it might well ally with the other European pariah – Germany. Such an alliance would threaten Europe’s peace and stability. In March 1921 an Anglo-Soviet trade agreement was signed. Under its terms each side agreed to refrain from hostile propaganda. The Soviet government recognised in principle its obligations to private citizens in Britain who had not yet been paid for goods supplied to Russia during the war.
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