History of War

THE END IS NIGH

“THE BOOK REVEALS THAT BRITISH POLITICS IN THE 1930S AMOUNTED TO A CYNICAL STORY OF STRIFE AND CONFLICT”

Author: Robert Crowcroft Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2018 Price: £25.00

“A tale of relentless intrigue, burning ambition and bitter rivalry in British politics.” So declares the jacket blurb of Robert Crowcroft’s book. Readers might be tempted to

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