By D. Gillard
After Munich, the British govt expressed readiness to protect what remained of Czechoslovakia. Six months later, Hitler missed the caution and confronted merely verbal condemnation. A fortnight later, Chamberlain's cupboard attempted and did not guard Poland by means of the same 'guarantee'. Their deliberations exhibit how and why they'd so miscalculated.
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Immediate action must be taken to help the Jews. What that should be remained as unclear as at the earlier meeting, despite the presence this time of the Cabinet’s only Jewish member, Leslie Hore-Belisha, and of Walter Elliot, a close associate of Balfour’s niece, Baffy Dugdale, in support of Zionism. 11 During the discussion, Elliot had warned of the danger of another electoral campaign reminiscent of Gladstone’s in Midlothian, so high was public expectation of government action to relieve the suffering and humiliation inflicted on German Jews.
He dwelt on the powerful international repercussions of the pogrom, and on the blame being attached by American public opinion to British policy for failing to forestall it. The government should now accelerate defence preparations and, in its dealings with Germany, encourage moderate opinion at the expense of the extremists. Immediate action must be taken to help the Jews. What that should be remained as unclear as at the earlier meeting, despite the presence this time of the Cabinet’s only Jewish member, Leslie Hore-Belisha, and of Walter Elliot, a close associate of Balfour’s niece, Baffy Dugdale, in support of Zionism.
For example, Halifax suggested helping British firms to buy Roumanian oil and wheat, and to participate in the construction of a Black Sea naval base, but in practice he intended to wait for King Carol to identify Roumanian needs during his forthcoming visit to Great Britain. Inability to help Roumania in face of any German threats would, he pointed out, limit Great Britain’s role in any case. Yugoslavia’s problems in relation to Germany seemed to him less urgent and were more likely to be dealt with by its government leaning towards Italy rather than towards Great Britain.