Hitler's Foreign Policy 1933-1939: The Road to World War II

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Enigma Books, 1 mar. 2010 - 996 páginas

Hitler’s path to war consisted of two different stages that paralleled the internal development of Germany. From 1933 to the end of 1936, he created a diplomatic revolution in Europe. From a barely accepted equal, Germany became the dominant power on the continent. With the remilitarization of the Rhineland, the stalemate in the Spanish Civil War, the forming of the Axis, and the signing of the Anti-Comintern Pact, the first phase was completed. In the second phase, the diplomatic initiative in the world belonged to Germany and its partners. Germany’s march toward war therefore became the central issue in world diplomacy.

 

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Índice

The World Through Hitlers Eyes
5
First Steps of the New Regime
23
Eastern Europe
48
Austria Czechoslovakia Southeast Europe
71
The Far East to the Summer of 1935
96
Germany and the Western Hemisphere 193336
106
German Rearmament Withdrawal from the League
126
Germany and the European Powers from the Proposed
142
Hitlers Preparations 193738
300
Britain and France Face the German Threat
326
The von Neurath and Halifax Visits
359
Germany and the Civil War in Spain 193739
394
Germany the SinoJapanese War and the Plans for a Tripartite Alliance
413
Germany Eastern Europe Southeast Europe and the Middle East
432
Germany and the Western Hemisphere 193738
475
GermanItalian Relations and the Anschluss
484

From Stresa to the Remilitarization of the Rhineland
163
The Remilitarization of the Rhineland
187
The Power Shift of 1936
206
The Consolidation of Germanys Position
234
The Axis the AntiComintern Pact
258
Conclusion
278
Starting World War II
285
The Position of Germany in 1937
287
The Crisis over Czechoslovakia Part 1 523
572
October 1938March 1939
639
The Road to War
693
Hitler Gets His War
765
Conclusion
787
Bibliography
804
Index
837
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Sobre el autor (2010)

Dr. Gerhard L. Weinberg was born in Germany and came to the U.S. in 1940. After serving in the U.S. Army, he received his PhD in history from the University of Chicago. He was one of the scholars to work on German documents captured in 1945. He is the author of A WORLD AT ARMS and edited HITLER'S SECOND BOOK.

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