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ECONOMICS, REARMAMENT AND FOREIGN POLICY : THE UNITED KINGDOM BEFORE 1939 - A PRELIMINARY STUDY
R. A. C. PARKER
Written in English
Online version of print publication JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY v.10, #4 (October 1975) : 637-645.
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Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study R.A.C. Parker Journal of Contemporary History 4, Cited by: Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study R.
Parker The object of British policy before was the maintenance of British independence, an object which determined her policy towards Nazi Germany. Since Britain could not create enough military strength to.
in this journalCited by: Title: Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study Created Date: Z. Rearmament and Foreign Policy: the United Kingdom before a Preliminary Study’, Journal of Contemporary History 10 (), pp. –47; and G.C.
Peden, ‘A Matter of Timing: the Economic Background to British. 35 Kennedy, Paul M., “‘Appeasement’ and British Defence Policy in the Inter-war Years,” British Journal of International Studies 4 (July ), –77; Peden, G.
C., British Rearmament and the Treasury: – (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, ); Parker, R.A.C., “Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Cited by: R.A.C. Parker, ‘Economics, rearmament and foreign policy: the United Kingdom before - a preliminary study’, Journal of Contemporary History, vol.
2 See, for example, R.A.C. Parker, 'Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study', Journal of Contemporary History, χ (), pp. and G.C. Peden, 'Sir Warren Fisher and British rearmament against Germany', English Historical Review, xciv (), pp.
Air power and the origins of deterrence theory before Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 15, Issue. 1, p. CrossRef; The Defence of the United Kingdom (London, ), ‘Economic Rearmament and Foreign Policy Before Cited by: 1.
Appeasement in the Late Third Republic. Martin Thomas. Pages Published online: 10 Sep ‘Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: the United Kingdom before —A preliminary study,’ Journal of Contemporary History, 10 (), Author: Martin Thomas.
Příspěvek ke studiu ekonomických příčin britského appeasementu ve letech století Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before A Preliminary Study, in: Journal of Contemporary History. Oct. vol. 10, no. 4, s.[cit]. 6 See R.A.C. Parker, 'Economic Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study', Journal of Contemporary History, x (!)j ; G.C.
Peden, British Rearmament and the Treasury, Factories owned by the government were sold off, and soon practically no businesses remained in government hands.
During the early years after the war, Britain stayed out of foreign affairs and hoped that laissez-faire economics would jump-start the post-war economy.
However, political stability could not be maintained. Appeasement in the Late Third Republic. Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study for their domestic and foreign policy between and In. military advice and foreign policy in Great Britain, ’ in Preston, A., ed., General staffs and diplomacy before the second world war Dilks, D., ‘ Appeasement revisited ’, University of Leeds Review., Doerr, Paul W., British foreign policy, `Hope for the best, prepare for the worst'.
The Political Career of Sir Samuel Hoare during the National Government (). A Study of Foreign Plicy from the Versailles Treaty to the Outbreak of War Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before ().
Refuge: Britain and Refugees from the Third Reich Author: Matthew Dean Coutts. Fiscal policy did not become expansionary before the extension of Britain's rearmament programme in / 38 (MiddletonThomas ). What caused the recovery visible in price and output. Généralités sur la marche vers la guerre - Adamthwaite, Anthony P.
The Making of the Second World War. - Parker, R.A.C. "Economics, Rearmament and Foreign Policy: The United Kingdom before - A Preliminary Study". Journal of Contemporary History, (), The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.
Moving walls are generally represented in years. In rare instances, a publisher has elected to have a "zero" moving wall, so their current issues are available. Economics, rearmament and foreign policy: The United Kingdom before A preliminary study.
Journal of Contemporary History - Google Scholar | SAGE Journals | ISICited by: 6. Inskip's efforts to balance economic risks and rearmament in the late s were crucial if Britain was to navigate successfully the threatening international situation and maintain her own long-term economic stability.
Tough choices on defence policy, however, were quickly outdated by rapidly moving events on the continent and adjustments had to be made.By late Januarythe Foreign Policy Committee, with Wilson present, was concerned about intelligence reports of possible hostile action by Germany against Britain, and Halifax commented that.De Gaulle defended the primacy of foreign policy over domestic policies, and during the s, attempted to use foreign economic policy to maintain independence from .