Chamberlain back from Munich
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|Caption||The Worthless Piece of Paper. Smiling confidently, Neville Chamberlain, Britain's Prime Minister, stepped from the De-Havilland 86B biplane on which he had just flown from Munich in Germany. While newsreel cameras whirred, he stepped up to a battery of microphones and waved a sheet of paper in the air. Original artwork for the illustration on p2 of L&L issue no. 855 (3 June 1978).|
|Creator||John Keay, English (20th Century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Neville Chamberlain Prime Minister Munich agreement Adolf Hitler Czechoslovakia World War II Second World War Nazis Germany policeman microphones signature Chamberlain Munich John Keay|
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