|Title:||In Search of Peace|
|Publisher:||G. P. Putnam's Sons|
|Tags:||Great Britain, non-fiction, World War II, Germany, diplomacy|
This book contains a series of speeches and letters by Chamberlain during 1937-1939 as he tried to appease Hitler and avoid the next world war. In the Introduction Chamberlain said, “The countless letters I have received from men and women all over the world during the last six months have impressed deeply upon my mind the intense desire for the preservation of peace that exists among the peoples of every country.” [Suggest a different description.]
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