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All against all: the long winter of 1933 and the origins of the Second World War

All against all: the long winter of 1933 and the origins of the Second World War

Jankowski, Paul, 1950- author

During a single winter, between November 1932 and April 1933, so much went wrong: Hitler came to power; Japan invaded Jehol and left the league of Nations; Mussolini looked towards Africa; Roosevelt was elected; France changed governments three times; and the victors of 1918 fell out acrimoniously over war debts, arms, currency, tariffs and Germany. New hopes flickered but not for long: a world economic conference was planned, only to collapse when the US went its own way. The Winter of 1933 reveals that collective mentalities and popular beliefs drove this crucial period and set nations on the path to war, as much as the rational calculus of 'national interest'. Weaving together stories from across the world, historian Paul Jankowski offers a cautionary tale relevant for Western democracies today

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Profile Books, 2020
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Statement of responsibility: Paul Jankowski
ISBN: 1781256977, 9781781256978
Physical Description: 416 pages ; 24 cm
Subject: Democracy History 20th century.; Nineteen thirty-three, A.D.; Fascism History 20th century.; World politics 1933-1945.; World War, 1939-1945 Causes.; Communism History 20th century.; History.