Attachment 4 The Dieppe Raid: Significance Over Time Questions

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1. Summarize how opinion of the raid changed over time: initial response, soon after, historical perspective.

Initial Response

Soon After

Historical Perspective

2. Why might the “initial response” be different than the opinions “soon after” and even later on in the “historical perspective”? Did opinions change much from “soon after” to “historical perspective”? Why might opinion about the raid be different over time?

3. Winston Churchill was the prime minister of Britain during the war. Louis Mountbatten was in charge of the Dieppe Raid, having initially planned it. What does this information suggest about their opinions about the significance of the raid?
4. Is the Dieppe raid a significant historical event? Why or why not?
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