Introduction by Christopher Hitchens
Chapter 1. The Myth of Appeasement
Chapter 2. An Obsession with Communism
Chapter 3. Heil to the Dictators
Chapter 4. Letting Hitler Rearm: Evolution of the Free Hand (From 1933 to the Nazi Occupation of the Rhineland)
Chapter 5. Preparing for a Formal Deal: From the Rhineland to the Abandonment of Czechoslovakia
Chapter 6. Formal Collusion: The Chamberlain-Hitler Meetings
Chapter 7. From Munich to the Fall of Prague: Trying to Maintain "The Deal"
Chapter 8. Trying to Save the Deal: From the Guarantee of Poland to 1940
Chapter 9. A Confusion of Enemies
Appendix. The Historians and the Chamberlain-Hitler Collusion
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