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Zara Steiner is Emeritus Fellow, New Hall, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of the British Academy.
Table of Contents
Prologue Part I: Retreat from Internationalism, 1933-1938 1. Brown Dawn: The Rise of Hitler and the Death of Disarmament, 1933-1934 2. Uncertain Embraces: The European Powers and Nazi Germany, 1934-1935 3. The Assault on Versailles and Locarno: Ethiopia and the occupation of the Rhineland 4. The Remnants of Internationalism, 1936-1938 5. The Spanish Cockpit, 1935-1938 6. Rearmament and Appeasement 1936-1937 7. Appeasement Advances, 1937-1938 8. Illusions of Neutrality: Eastern Europe, 1936-1938 9. Whither the Soviet Union? Moscow and the West, 1936-1938 10. Thunder from the East: The Sino-Japanese Conflict and the European Powers, 1933-1938 11. Hitler Moves: Austria and Czechoslovakia, 1938 12. The Munich Settlement Part II: The Road to Hitler's War, 1938-1939 13. The Fog of Peace: Strategic Choices after Munich 14. Black Sun: Aggression and Deterrence 15. Darkening Skies: Peace Talking and War Planning in Britain and France 16. Unleashing the Dogs of War 17. Red Clouds: The Soviet Union and the Nazi-Soviet Pact, 1939 18. Escape from War or Persecution? The Smaller Powers and the Jews 19. The Nightmare of the Dark: The Decisions for War Conclusion