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the nation was anything but united on this issue., declared
that every effort to ensure the long-overdue consideration of the
demands of the German minority was an abject concession to the
threats of Dictators^ against whom an uncompromising armed
front should now be formed regardless of consequences. On
-2.6th July the Opposition initiated the twenty-fourth debate of the
Session on foreign affairs-9 and Sir Archibald Sinclair moved a
reduction of the Foreign Office Vote in a speech that accused the
Prime Minister of'6 trying to hustle the C^ech Government in
their negotiations " in a craven desire to placate the Dictators.
At twenty minutes to five in the afternoon^ Mr. Chamberlain rose
to reply.