CHAMBERLAIN, Sir (Joseph) Austen, letters, autographs, documents, manuscripts

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CHAMBERLAIN, Sir (Joseph) Austen (1863-1937). Statesman.
Autograph Letter Signed to the Countess Trenberg, 1 page 4to with envelope, 58 Rutland Gate, 2 April 1935. Agreeing with the Countess that the German policy is dangerous.
'... You rightly interpret my speeches as a sign of my anxiety about German policy. The Berlin visit does not seem to have produced a favrourable impression anywhere ...'
Chamberlain, the half-brother of the future prime minister, Neville Chamberlain, was one of the few real 'anti-appeasers' of the early 1930s and quickly drew attention to the menace posed by Hitler after he had become German chancellor in 1933.
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