Rethinking Neville Chamberlain

FF87D8 NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN /n(1869-1940). English statesman. Prime Minister Chamberlain, upon his return to England on September 30, 1938, holding aloft the Munich agreement bearing his own and Adolf Hitler’s signatures.

Date / time
Date(s) - 27 April
5:00 pm


On 27 April at 5pm the University of Westminster History Research Seminar will be hosting Dr Andrew Crozier to talk about ‘Rethinking Neville Chamberlain’.

Andrew Crozier is Distinguished Research Scholar at New York University and his publications include Appeasement and Germany’s Last Bid for Colonies and The Causes of the Second World War. In this foretaste of his forthcoming new biography of Neville Chamberlain, he argues that we need to reappraise the character and policies of this controversial figure, and not just in terms of appeasement.

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