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These two volumes are designed to explain the origins of World Way II by focusing on the role of German foreign policy under Hitler. New light is shed on German rearmament, on the efforts of Britain and France to avert war, on the annexation of Austria, on the Munich Agreement, and on the final steps to war in 1939. Both specialists and general readers will find much of inThese two volumes are designed to explain the origins of World Way II by focusing on the role of German foreign policy under Hitler. New light is shed on German rearmament, on the efforts of Britain and France to avert war, on the annexation of Austria, on the Munich Agreement, and on the final steps to war in 1939. Both specialists and general readers will find much of interest in these two volumes. The German foreign policy, as determined by Adolf Hitler, is analyzed on the basis of comprehensive research in German, British, and American archives. The published documents of France, Italy, Russia, and numerous other countries as well as the extensive literature on the subject and the papers of many participants have been researched to present what still remains the only comprehensive study in any language of the road to way in 1939. This edition adds a new preface relating these volumes to the evidence, the controversies, and the literature of the years since they were first written....

Title : The Foreign Policy of Hitler's Germany: Starting World War II, 1937-1939
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ISBN : 9780226885117
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 728 Pages
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The Foreign Policy of Hitler's Germany: Starting World War II, 1937-1939 Reviews

  • Stephen Mccullough
    2019-05-15 02:16

    Long but worthwhile, Weinberg shows how te foreign policy of a dictatorship can be altered by the whims of the dictator. The most fascinating chapter was on Sino-German relations. Not only did Nazi Germany have a healthy trade relationship with China, but German military advisors and aid were crucial to the guiding of National Chinese military forces. But because Hitler and Ribbentrop favored the Japanese, Nazi Germany terminated the relationship which profited Germany. Essential for diplomatic historians.