France And The Nazi Menace Examines The French Response To The Challenge Posed By National Socialist Germany In The Years 1933 1939 Dr Jackson Argues That The German Threat Was Far From The Only Challenge Facing French National Leaders In An Era Of Economic Depression And Profound Ideological Discord Only After The National Humiliation At The Munich Conference Did The Threat From Nazi Germany Take Precedence Over France S Internal Problems In The Making Of Policy.
Professor Peter Jackson is Chair in Global Security at the University of Glasgow.
- 464 pages
- France and the Nazi Menace: Intelligence and Policy Making, 1933-39
- Peter Jackson
- 24 January 2017 Peter Jackson