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That, at least, was the view of ordinary people. To the Chiefs of Staff, the situation was different. They recognised that the guarantee was in existence; but as they were totally unable to fulfil that guarantee, they did not consider it as a factor in British strategy. The British, on the outbreak of war, would doubtless give Poland their blessing and perhaps they would even make some gesture in the West; but nobody ever contemplated fulfilling that guarantee except purely in terms of gesture.
Most of the time, this bears no relation to anything. Sometimes it bears a relation to the narrow, self-centred views of a few diplomats who imagine they belong to the upper classes. The 'British view' can also be interpreted as meaning the view of the British Cabinet, or of its leading members. In one sense, the 'British view' is in the last resort the view taken by the Prime Minister, because he or she is in a better position than anyone else to operate it - or thinks he/she is. But the 'British view' has a new aspect nowadays.
33. Robert Ingrim, Hitlers Gliicklichster Tag (Stuttgart, 1962); see also Jost Diilffer, Weimar, Hitler und die Marine: Reichspolitik und Flottenbau 1920-1939 (Dusseldorf, 1973). 34. ), Hitler, Deutschland und die Machte, p. 594. 35. Cf. ), Hitler: Reden und Proklamationen, vol. I (Munchen, 1965) p. 956. See also Henke, England in Hitlers politischem KalkiiI, pp. 187-204. 36. As to the problem of appeasement see Anthony P. Adamwhaite, The Making of the Second World War (London 1979) pp. 61-75 and the literature he lists on p.
1939: A Retrospect Forty Years After by Roy Douglas