Posts Tagged ‘policy of appeasement’

signing the Munich Agreement


The term appeasement policy (appeasement, appeasement of Engl. Tons, French apaiser, “appease, assuage, calm down”) refers to a policy of concessions, the reluctance of appeasement and accommodation by over aggression s to avoid conflicts. Appeasement policy in the European context In a narrower sense, the term of the so-called Cliveden clique, the 1938 Munich Agreement, […]

Harold Macmillan

Harold Macmillan

The Right Honourable Harold Macmillan Maurice, first Earl of Stockton OM PC FRS (10 February 1894 – 29 December 1986) was the 65th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He was a member of the Conservative Party and was nicknamed Supermac. Younger years Scottish, he was educated at Eton College and at Balliol College (Oxford). […]

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