Britain, Poland and the Eastern Front, 1939

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Cambridge University Press, 12.2.2004 - 240 sivua
This book offers a revisionist interpretation of British foreign policy towards Poland and the role of the Anglo-Polish relationship during the period March-September 1939. It challenges and questions hitherto held views on the British determination to defend Poland and oppose German expansion eastwards. It includes a study of foreign policy, economic policy and military planning. This book is a major contribution to our knowledge of the outbreak of the war because it contains a unique and original study of the role of the Poles in British proposals for an eastern front and the Polish perception of their relationship with Germany. Finally the inconclusive nature of British approaches to the Soviet Union and the Rumanian government are put into the context of the abortive proposal for an eastern front against Germany.
 

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The legacy of the Munich conference
19
and the decision to build an eastern
38
The British guarantee to Poland
57
The military consequences of British involvement
80
The financing of the eastern front
106
the rejected partner
134
August 1939
146
war in the east
174
Appendix 1
193
57
209
134
218
Index
225
220
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