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

  title={Britain, Soviet Russia and the Collapse of the Versailles Order, 1919–1939: Bibliography},
  author={Keith Neilson},
Introduction 1. The period of persuasion: British strategic foreign policy and Soviet Russia, 1919-33 2. 1933-4: parallel interests? 3. A clash of sensibilities: January to June 1935 4. Complications and choices: July 1935-February 1936 5. Soviet Russian assertiveness: February 1936-July 1937 6. Chamberlain's interlude: May 1937-September 1938 7. Chamberlain as Buridan's ass: October 1938-September 1939 Conclusion. 
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