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Profits of PeaceThe Political Economy of Anglo-German Appeasement$
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Scott Newton

Print publication date: 1996

Print ISBN-13: 9780198202127

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198202127.001.0001

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The Climax of Appeasement, 1938–1939

The Climax of Appeasement, 1938–1939

(p.79) 4 The Climax of Appeasement, 1938–1939
Profits of Peace

Scott Newton

Oxford University Press

The high tide of British attempts to reach a lasting settlement with Germany ran from the summer of 1938 until March 1939. It was a period which started with the Sudeten crisis, peaked at Munich, and came to an end with the German invasion of Czechoslovakia. During this time the British government stepped up its efforts to reach détente with Nazi Germany on the basis of political and economic agreements intended to redress the perceived injustices of Versailles and simultaneously to draw the Third Reich away from autarky.

Keywords:   British economic policy, foreign policy, détente policy, Nazi Germany, appeasement

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