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...r, and that way, they would be more likely to support the war. Nevile Chamberlain was the prime minister in England at the time, and he thought that they should try everything in their power to try and avoid the war. "...We should seek by all means in our power to avoid war, by analyzing possible cuases, by trying to remove them, by discussion in a spirit of collaboration and good will... even if it does mean the establishment of personal contact with dictators." (Document A) This is significant because it shows how we was really trying to keep his people from going to war, and he rather have peace instead of going straight to war. He was willing to take the risk of going to talk to Hitler about the problems and trying to do something so peace could remain. Although its true that WWII still broke out, Chamberlain attempted to stop it from happening. NEXT PAGE!
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