British Foreign Policy, 1919-1939 (Manchester Studies in Modern History) (Paperback)
Provides students with a clear narrative overview of the period which will enable them to form critical opinions. Introduces students to the historical controversies of the period and communicates the results of recent specialist studies to a student readership in an easily understood manner. An accessible, clearly written account accompanied by useful bibliography, chronology, tables and maps, and written by an author teaching in the field.
Paul W. Doerr teaches European and British History at Acadia University, Nova Scotia