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Lloyd George, Woodrow Wilson and the Guilt of Germany
Lloyd George, Woodrow Wilson and the Guilt of Germany
By A. Lentin
Louisiana State University Press, 1985, 193 pp
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A splendidly written account, partly based on new sources, of a largely familiar story: the liberal disappointment with Versailles, brilliantly and polemically set forth by Keynes, produced a guilty conscience in Great Britain which in turn proved to be one of the psychological determinants of Britain's appeasement policy and her willingness to allow Hitler to destroy the peace treaty.