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APPEASING HITLER: CHAMBERLAIN, CHURCHILL & THE ROAD TO WAR Tim Bouverie Friday, 5 April, 10-11am

Journalist and historian Tim Bouverie explains the disastrous years of indecision, failed diplomacy and parliamentary infighting in Britain that allowed Nazi domination of Europe and determined the continent’s fate.

Bouverie used archival research and previously unseen sources to tell the story from the rise of Hitler to British retreat at the beaches of Dunkirk. He explains how

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