The In-Between Time: Canadian External Policy in the 1930's.

By: Bothwell, Robert and Norman Hillmer. (editors).

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8vo - 21.5 x 13.5 cm.; 223 - (1) pp. A collection of 52 papers, essays and excerpts all dealing with Canada's coming into its own after the First World War and developing, as Mackenzie King put it, "as a truly international power" while the clouds of the Second World War gathered on the horizon. One page and a bit of suggested reading at the back. The covers show mild overall wear and there is one instance of ink marginalia on page 55.

Title: The In-Between Time: Canadian External Policy in the 1930's.

Author Name: Bothwell, Robert and Norman Hillmer. (editors).

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Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Copp Clark.: 1975

ISBN Number: 0773031251

ISBN Number 13: 9780773031258

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 27100

Keywords: Canada; Canadiana; Foreign Policy; Hitler; Chamberlain; Quebec; Britain; Economics; Imperialism; Nationalism; Bennett; Mackenzie King; Disarmament; League of Nations; Riddell; Defence; Roosevelt; Skelton;