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Duration 39:35

Britain and the challenge of Fascism: saving Europe at a cost (Part 1)

How did Britons weigh up the decision to go to war in the 1930s and did things turn out as they expected? Professor David Stephenson from the London School of Economics and Political Science explains how the British Government and the British public responded differently to the rise of Fascism in Europe.

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