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From the May Crisis to the Nuremberg Rally, May–September 1938

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Abstract

The May Crisis of 1938 was clearly a very unsettling experience for Henderson. His despatches in the three months that followed it were full of references to the need to avoid such alarms and excursions; again (a lengthy telegram to Halifax on 12 August, for example, stated that ‘We cannot keep having May 21sts’).1

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Notes

  1. 33.
    J. Weitz, Hitler’s Diplomat: the Life and Times of Joachim von Ribbentrop, New York, 1992, p. 127.Google Scholar
  2. 73.
    P.M.H. Bell, France and Britain 1900–1940: Entente and Estrangement, London, 1996, p. 215.Google Scholar
  3. 84.
    F. Roberts, Dealing With Dictators: the Destruction and Revival of Europe 1930–1970, London, 1991, p. 39.Google Scholar

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© Peter Neville 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of WolverhamptonUK

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