Remembering Neville Chamberlain


By Brent Dyck, published 1st November 2010

Brent Dyck is a Canadian teacher and a previous contributor to The  Historian. In this short essay he offers us his objective  interpretation of the achievements of Neville Chamberlain. For some what he says may seem surprising and for others it might even be controversial. However, editorially it seemed entirely proper for us to present Brent's observations from the other side of the Atlantic because, through his careful argument, it reminds us that taking a detached view of evidence is how we should proceed and that wherever there is evidence it will be subject to interpretation...

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