During the 1930s, Britain followed a policy of appeasement - giving Hitler what he wanted in order to keep the peace. There are a variety of reasons for this policy and debate around its effectiveness.
What was the name applied to the rule introduced by the British Treasury in 1919?
Ten Year Rule
What was the name of the British economist who criticised Versailles?
David Lloyd George
John Maynard Keynes
Which university’s debating society said that this house will in no circumstances fight for King and Country?
this house will in no circumstances fight for King and Country
Why was the USA not involved with the problems in Europe?
It was afraid of Germany
It was following a policy of isolationism
It was too far away from Europe
Which former prime minister travelled to meet Hitler in 1936?
Which Prime Minster believed that the bomber will always get through?
the bomber will always get through
How many replies did the Peace ballot receive in 1934?
In present day terms, how much money did the British spend on the Great War?
The bombing of which town in 1937 heightened fears about the consequences of any war?
Which by-election in 1933 was seen as evidence that the public would not support rearmament?