The author examines British involvement in the Rhineland, Danzig, Upper Silesia, Schleswig and East Prussia and in the inter-Allied Control Commission in Berlin; the problems facing British military and civil officials, their attitudes towards the Germans and their relations with their allies - particularly the French; and diplomatic activities and the question of how key decisions in London and Paris were reached.
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"This book casts light on a dimension of Britain's German policy which gives us a more complete and differentiated picture of relations between London and Paris." --German Historical Institute London, Bulletin
"...[an] admirable study." --German History
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