Britain, Soviet Russia and the Collapse of the Versailles Order, 1919–1939: Appendix III

@inproceedings{Neilson2005BritainSR,
  title={Britain, Soviet Russia and the Collapse of the Versailles Order, 1919–1939: Appendix III},
  author={Keith Neilson},
  year={2005}
}
This book is a reinterpretation of international relations in the period from 1919 to 1939. Avoiding simplistic explanations such as appeasement and British decline, Keith Neilson demonstrates that the underlying cause of the Second World War was the intellectual failure to find an effective means of maintaining the new world order created in 1919. With secret diplomacy, alliances and the balance of power seen as having caused the First World War, the makers of British policy after 1919 were… Expand
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