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by Professor Maya Latynski


Maya Latynski, Professor Maya Latynski. Reappraising the Munich Pact offers a close look at the complexity of this fateful moment in history after a half-century of historical analysis.

Maya Latynski, Professor Maya Latynski. The contributors are Gerhard Weinberg, John Dreifort, and Michael Kraus on the German, French, and Soviet perspectives, and Joseph Zacek and Anna Cienciala on the Czechoslovak and Polish points of view.

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Up to now, scholars' treatment of the Munich pact focused on British policy-either moralistically criticizing the ill-advised diplomacy of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain or reassessing the British role in view of the limitations imposed by a fragile economy. Reappraising the Munich Pact brings the other players back onto the stage by examining German, French, and Soviet policies before, during, and after the pact.

Maya Latynski (Washington and Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Johns Hopkins UP, 1992), 4.

Maya Latynski (Washington and Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Johns Hopkins UP, 1992), 47. 44 Zacek, " The Czechoslovak View, " 50, 48. 45 Zacek, " The Czechoslovak View, " 5. Washington and Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Johns Hopkins UP, 1992. Roosevelt and the Munich Crisis: A Study of Political Decision-Making.

Publisher: Woodrow Wilson Center Press. Publication Date: 1992.

Reappraising the Munich Pact brings the other players back onto the stage by examining German. Serves as a valuable function in updating our knowledge on the causes and immediate effects of the Munich settlement of 1938. Ruth Henig European History Quarterly). The Munich Pact, signed by Britain, France, Germany, and Italy on September 30, 1938, agreed to the Nazi army's occupation of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia without so much as a diplomatic word to that country's government. Six months later, the German army crossed the recently truncated frontier, and Czechoslovakia ceased to exist as an independent state.

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Up to now, scholars' treatment of the Munich pact focused on British policy--either moralistically criticizing the ill-advised diplomacy of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain or reassessing the British role in view of the limitations imposed by a fragile economy. Reappraising the Munich Pact brings the other players back onto the stage by examining German, French, and Soviet policies before, during, and after the pact.

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Reappraising the Munich Pact: Continental Perspectives (Woodrow Wilson Center Press) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0943875385

ISBN: 0943875382

Author: Professor Maya Latynski

Category: History

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Language: English

Publisher: Woodrow Wilson Center Press (May 1, 1992)

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