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In the Shadow of Munich. British Policy Towards Czechoslovakia from 1938 To 1942 : British Policy towards Czechoslovakia from the Endorsement to the Renunciation of the Munich Agreement (1938-1942).

By: Publisher: Prague : Karolinum Press, 2008Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (358 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9788024628196
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: In the Shadow of Munich. British Policy Towards Czechoslovakia from 1938 To 1942 : British Policy towards Czechoslovakia from the Endorsement to the Renunciation of the Munich Agreement (1938–1942)DDC classification:
  • 327.410437
LOC classification:
  • DA47.9.C95 -- S64 2014eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Aims and methodology -- Bibliographical essay -- Structure of the book -- British foreign policy and Czechoslovakia before Munich 1938 (Historical introduction) -- British strategies in the inter-war period -- The 'Czechoslovak year': 1938 -- Britain and the crumbling of Czechoslovakia (30 September 1938 - 15 March 1939) -- The implementation of Munich and its immediate impact upon British politics -- The question of the Munich guarantee -- Britain's policy towards Central Europe between Munich and 15 March 1939 -- Towards the March ides -- Towards the outbreak of war (15 March - 3 September 1939) -- The immediate repercussions of the March ides in British politics -- British international efforts between 15 March and the outbreak of the war -- Military and economic implications of the German subjugation of Czechoslovakia -- 'The Czech gold scandal' -- Britain and independent Slovakia -- Britain's de facto recognition of German annexation and the question of the Czechoslovak balances (a -- The problem of the Czechoslovak Legation in London -- Conclusion -- British attitudes towards the development of Czechoslovak political representation in exile (October -- Britain's assistance to refugees from Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939 -- Britain's attitudes to the formation of Czechoslovak political representation abroad before the outb -- Czechoslovakia and the British war aims -- The recognition of the Czechoslovak National Committee -- Towards the Provisional Government -- Conclusion -- The other life of Munich and the 'unbearable lightness' of provisional status (July 1940 - July 1941 -- The legacy of Munich and the battles for history -- Establishing the governing structures in exile -- The thorny way to full recognition - stage 1 -- The thorny way to full recognition - stage 2 -- Conclusion.
Planning for the future while looking to the past (1940-1942) -- The Polish-Czechoslovak Confederation in British, Polish and Czechoslovak plans -- The question of the Czechoslovak frontiers and the origins of 'permanent solution' of the Sudeten German issue -- Conclusion -- General conclusions -- Bibliography -- BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES -- Index.
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Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Aims and methodology -- Bibliographical essay -- Structure of the book -- British foreign policy and Czechoslovakia before Munich 1938 (Historical introduction) -- British strategies in the inter-war period -- The 'Czechoslovak year': 1938 -- Britain and the crumbling of Czechoslovakia (30 September 1938 - 15 March 1939) -- The implementation of Munich and its immediate impact upon British politics -- The question of the Munich guarantee -- Britain's policy towards Central Europe between Munich and 15 March 1939 -- Towards the March ides -- Towards the outbreak of war (15 March - 3 September 1939) -- The immediate repercussions of the March ides in British politics -- British international efforts between 15 March and the outbreak of the war -- Military and economic implications of the German subjugation of Czechoslovakia -- 'The Czech gold scandal' -- Britain and independent Slovakia -- Britain's de facto recognition of German annexation and the question of the Czechoslovak balances (a -- The problem of the Czechoslovak Legation in London -- Conclusion -- British attitudes towards the development of Czechoslovak political representation in exile (October -- Britain's assistance to refugees from Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939 -- Britain's attitudes to the formation of Czechoslovak political representation abroad before the outb -- Czechoslovakia and the British war aims -- The recognition of the Czechoslovak National Committee -- Towards the Provisional Government -- Conclusion -- The other life of Munich and the 'unbearable lightness' of provisional status (July 1940 - July 1941 -- The legacy of Munich and the battles for history -- Establishing the governing structures in exile -- The thorny way to full recognition - stage 1 -- The thorny way to full recognition - stage 2 -- Conclusion.

Planning for the future while looking to the past (1940-1942) -- The Polish-Czechoslovak Confederation in British, Polish and Czechoslovak plans -- The question of the Czechoslovak frontiers and the origins of 'permanent solution' of the Sudeten German issue -- Conclusion -- General conclusions -- Bibliography -- BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES -- Index.

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