RELEASED IN AUSTRALIA 29 SEPTEMBER 2022

 

A student-friendly workbook on the historical and historiographical development of the Appeasement debate, from its inception in the media of the 1930s to the topic's uptake by Security Studies in the 2020s.

 

Short answers check student understanding of the events themselves, beginning with the Anglo-German Naval Agreement in 1935

 

Five substantial chapters trace the historical debate about the British policy of appeasement, through the orthodox, revisionist, counter-revisionist, and neo orthodox schools of thought. Illustrations and substantial quotations from key texts give a good sense of the tone and tenor of historians' writing.

 

short answer questions throughout each chapter consolidate student understanding of the debate and the factors informing it

 

summative reading and research tasks at each chapter's end teach students to engage with the key texts and debate-stages independently, to locate them online, and to articulate their own positions in response to the historians they encounter.

 

The workbook is supported by ongoing updates on the Diving Bell website

 

Perfect-bound, paperback A4 size with plenty of room for writing

 

ISBN 978-0-6455914-1-5

 

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History Constructed: The Appeasement Debate

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