Select a product of a particular brand in Hong Kong in one of the following categories:
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Write a reflective journal on your learning process and application of knowledge in the essay.
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ke an alliance with Hitler at the expense of the Soviet Union”. Parker explains that Chamberlain missed the opportunity of applying pressure to Hitler, because of his doubts and unwillingness which led to a missed opportunity for securing an Anglo-Soviet relation. Without a doubt, Parker raises a reliable point such as Chamberlain misleading the Soviet government, as Chamberlain took too long to negotiate and was uneasy about an alliance with the Soviets due to their relationship with America. However Ripsman and Levy’s point is more valid as economical restraints such as the fall in trade by forty percent and lack of workers, meant that the British economy was crippled and could not go to war even if Russia was strong enough to fight, Parker fails to realise this and focuses on Chamberlain’s actions of not forming an alliance with Russia, without considering state of the economy. For example, the Great Depression and Wall Street crash affected Britain heavily. Because of this, it makes Parker’s argument flawed as he does not take into consideration that even with an alliance Britain would not have been able to fund themselves through a war. However, a major criticism of Ripsman and Levy would be that they place too much emphasis on the state of the British economy, and do not take into account that factors such as alliances were another key motivation for Chamberlain pursuing appeasement. For example, America was not interested in European politics and this was proven by the fact that most Americans focused on Roosevelt’s New Deal. Also the fact that they suffered the Great Depression only further indicated that they were focused on solving their own problems than aiding Britain. France certainly distrusted Britain along with the fact that it would of accounted as a weak ally, historian Alfred Sauvy shows that “France’s violate political state and its weak economy and military” would of made France a weak ally for Britain. Overall unlike Revisionist and Orthodox historians, the post-revisionist view is a more complex approach as not all historians within the same view share the same beliefs. For example, Ripsman and Levy argued that Chamberlain had to adopt appeasement mainly because of the state of the British economy. Given the circumstances in which Britain was in, this is a strong point as no doubt Britain could not function since by using official statistics it outlined that Britain was in war debt up to seven billion. This is a vital figure as it highlights just to what extent the British economy was hindered to, this along with not having enough skilled workers only gave Chamberlain more reason to pursue appeasement as they could not rearm. However Parker shares a different view, he criticises Chamberlain mainly on the fact that he did not capitalise on the opportunity of an Anglo-Soviet alliance, which could of initially setback Hitler greatly. Considering this argument, Parker does raise a fair point as Chamberlain did stall and mislead the Soviets mainly because he t>GET ANSWER