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The Hon. Member for Epping, October 5, 1938

This speech is usually summed up in the quote (that I believe to be fake) that: "France and Britain had to choose between war and dishonour. They chose dishonour and will have war!" That "war and dishonour" phrase is, I think, actually that of [Sir Harold Nicolson on the Rhineland][]....
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