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Stresemann and the rearmament of Germany.
Hans Wilhelm Gatzke
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Appeasing Hitler comes garlanded with tributes from almost a dozen distinguished historians and writers. It is, the publisher tells us, “the first major narrative account of appeasement”. I Author: Susan Pedersen. This volume describes German military planning in the early s, and relates this to German politics, but it is also very definitely a study in international relations. For me, a non-German, the most compelling reasons for studying German history are, first, to learn about German ideas, so.
Germany Table of Contents. Stresemann was a Vernunftrepublikaner, that is, someone who supported the Weimar Republic because it seemed the best course of action rather than from a firm commitment to parliamentary the war, Stresemann had supported imperial aims and desired extensive annexation of foreign territory. Stresemann as German Foreign Minister has of late focused increasingly on particular aspects of his policies and has produced a high degree of consensus regarding his goals and his methods.7 4 Especially important were: Hans W. Gatzke, Stresemann and the Rearmament of Germany.
Stresemann agreed a pact with other European countries; Britain, France and Belgium. This pact stated that Germany and France would accept new borders and that talks about Germany entering the League of Nations could begin. This helped the international recovery of . Germany's rearmament was also anathema to some of its neighbors, especially France. As the Korean War continued, however, opposition to rearmament lessened within the FRG, and China's entry in the war caused France to revise its negative position toward German rearmament. To contain a newly armed Germany, French officials proposed the creation.
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German rearmament (Aufrüstung, German pronunciation: [ˈaʊ̯fˌʀʏstʊŋ]) was a policy and practice of rearmament carried out in Germany during the interwar period (–), in violation of the Treaty of began on a small, secret, and informal basis shortly after the treaty was signed, but it was openly and massively expanded after the Nazi Party came to power in The author of "Germany's Drive to the West" here analyzes with skill and authority the significant problem of Stresemann's relation to the clandestine rearmament of Germany in the 's.
Gustav Stresemann Biographical G ustav Stresemann ( October 3, ) was the son of a prosperous owner of a restaurant and tavern. In his early years he helped in the family business and, since he was a lonely boy, assiduously pursued his studies. Sadly for Germany, Stresemann, the politician best equipped to deal with the crisis, died of a heart attack in October at the early age of 6.
The government of Chancellor Brüning (Catholic Centre Party) reduced social services, unemployment benefit and the salaries and pensions of government officials, and stopped reparations payments. James M. Lindsay, CFR’s senior vice president and director of studies, notes that it was only on September 1,when Germany invaded Poland, that "the rest of.
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Customer Reviews. Be the first to review Stresemann and the Rearmament of Germany. Add a Review. Stresemann and the Rearmament of Germany Brand: Professor Hans Wilhelm Gatzke.
Rearmament THE GERMAN officer, like Stresemann, thought of national power in terms of armed forces, internal unity of purpose, and economic resources.
To the officer, however, Macht had a more immediate professional relevance. Charged with main taining the nation's standing military force, he was on callCited by: 9. Gustav Stresemann was the exceptional German political figure of his time.
His early death in has long been viewed as the beginning of the end for the Weimar Republic and the opening through which Hitler was able to come to power.
Stresemann's personality and talents as a politican held together the coalition that provided the only serious opposition to the Nazi party in the s. On his. Covert German Rearmament, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Covert German Rearmament, book.
and effectively evaded armament restrictions and clandestinely rearmed Germany, transforming it in 20 years from the ashes of World War I /5. from pages DISARMAMENT AND CLANDESTINE REARMAMENT UNDER THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC.
by E. Gumbel [Note: This paper bears especially on the role of government in a clandestine rearmament effort that followed disarmament by law, and on the nationalist atmosphere which surrounded and supported this effort in Weimar Germany.
Wiederbewaffnung ("rearmament") refers to the United States program to help rebuild the military of West Germany after World War of another rise of German militarism necessitated the new military to operate within an alliance framework, under NATO command.
The events led to the establishment of the Bundeswehr, the West German military, in. It is an elegantly-written book that persuasively makes the case for Stresemann's indispensability to the poor old Weimar Republic.
(Niall Ferguson, Books of the Year, Sunday Telegraph) Scholars will find it the most thorough, up-to-date political study of Stresemann available in English/5(2).Stresemann and the Rearmament of Germany By Hans W. Gatzke Johns Hopkins Press, Read preview Overview Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles: A Fight for Reason By Henry L.
Bretton Stanford University Press, Gustav Stresemann ( October 3, ) was a German politician and statesman who served as Chancellor in (for a brief period of days) and Foreign Ministerduring the Weimar Republic.
He was co-laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize in .