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Arthur Neville Chamberlain served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from May 1937 to May 1940. He resigned as prime minister on 10 May 1940 after the German invasion of Poland in 1939. Chamberlain's reputation remains controversial among historians. Some later historians have taken a more favourable perspective of Chamberlain and his policies.
See also: Neville Chamberlain (police officer), Neville Chamberlain (disambiguation), Neville Chamberlain (footballer), Neville Bowles Chamberlain, Mark Chamberlain, and Anne Chamberlain.

A sudden attack on Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg. No history. No other man has been responsible. There's such a hideous people of human suffering and misery as he.
And thus present the United front to the enemy.
As long as I believed there was any chance of preserving peace honourably, I strove to take it.
He has miscalculated the mind of this people. I'm not now going to make.
His Majesty has been pleased to accept.
I had no doubt in my mind that some new and drastic action must be taken.
I sought an audience of the king this evening. Intended to him my resignation.
I've borne a heavy load of anxiety and responsibility.
Mr Winston Churchill.
My last message to you from #10 Downing St. You know, one or two things I should like to say to you.
The guy had no doubt he would be successful.
The task of forming a new administration on a national basis.
Under another Prime Minister, though not under myself.
What was that action to be?
When the last hope vanished.