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The fourth version of this bestselling identify charts the process British international coverage from the tip of the 1st international conflict and the Treaty of Versailles, to the social and monetary results of the second one international conflict. there's a specific concentration and research of the problem of appeasement during the interval, particularly within the run-up to the second one global conflict. Public opinion and the position of key participants is explored all through and the narrative concludes with an interpretation of the factors 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 incorporated to consolidate wisdom and knowing of the interval, and exam-style questions and information written through examiners give you the chance to boost examination skills.

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To address ‘complacent’ you should consider: • the lack of threat to Britain in the 1920s from another major power (page 46) • the perception of the spirit of Locarno and the effectiveness of the League of Nations (pages 38–9) • the policy of disarmament (pages 42–4). To address ‘ultimately harmful’ you should consider: • whether Locarno gave encouragement to Germany’s ambitions (pages 38–9) • whether disarmament represented a saving of expenditure at too great a cost to Britain’s interests and prestige (pages 42–4).

In 1922 Lloyd George tried to widen the scope of the trade agreement and to bring Russia back into the mainstream economic system at the World Economic Conference at Geneva. He had a series of secret discussions with Soviet delegates, but made little progress. The chief stumbling block was the USSR’s refusal to pay compensation for the substantial pre-war Western investment in Russia. Lloyd George’s worst fears seemed to have been realised when, in the middle of the conference, the USSR and Germany 32 | British Foreign Affairs: Saving Europe at a Cost?

Key term One result of the Treaty of Versailles was the creation of the League of Nations. This had its headquarters in Geneva. The Assembly of the League, composed of representatives of all the member states, met yearly and each state had one vote. Britain, France, Italy and Japan had permanent seats on the Council of the League. The Assembly could then elect four (later six) further members of the Council. The Council made most of the League’s decisions. By the Covenant of the League, member states agreed to a number of (somewhat vague) Articles.

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