The Effects Of Great Depression On Foreign Policy
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...appeasement during this period, as explained by Paul Kennedy in his book “ Strategy and Diplomacy” as follows: "the policy of settling international quarrels by admitting and satisfying grievances through... The Effects Of Great Depression On Foreign Policy Great Depression refers to a period in history, from 1929 to 1939, in which the world economy reached its lowest ebb. It was the period marked by the decline in employment, international trade, industrial production etc. Construction, heavy industry, agriculture, and mining received some serious blows. Though it started in the United States, it quickly spread throughout Europe and rest of the world. There was no part of the world that it didn't...