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Stresemann and the greater Germany, 1914-1918.

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Published by Bookman Associates in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany,
  • Germany.
    • Subjects:
    • Stresemann, Gustav, 1878-1929,
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Germany,
    • Germany -- Politics and government -- 20th century

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDD231.S83 E3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination245 p.
      Number of Pages245
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5854370M
      LC Control Number62015529
      OCLC/WorldCa644037

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Stresemann and the greater Germany, 1914-1918. by Marvin L. Edwards Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edwards, Marvin L., Stresemann and the greater Germany, New York, Bookman Associates []. About this Book Catalog Record Details.

Stresemann and the greater Germany, Edwards, Marvin L., View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. First issued in microfilm form in as thesis, Columbia University, under title: Gustav Stresemann and the greater GermanyPages:   Stresemann, Gustav By Tara Windsor Stresemann, Gustav German politician and statesman Born 10 May in Berlin, Germany Died 03 October in Berlin, Germany Stresemann was a leading wartime annexationist and proponent of moderate domestic reforms.

Committed to restoring national strength after defeat and revolution, he became one. Gustav Stresemann was a freemason initiated in the masonic lodge Frederick the Great (in German, Friedrich der Große) in Berlin in His masonic membership was generally known to his contemporaries and he was criticized by German nationalists as a "lodge politician".

Stresemann and the greater Germany, Stresemann and the. Stresemann was a leading wartime annexationist and proponent of moderate domestic reforms. Committed to restoring national strength after defeat and revolution, he became one of the Weimar Republic’s foremost statesmen.

He served as chancellor during the crisis year and as foreign minister from until his death in He received the Nobel Peace Prize in ‘This is a highly original and thought-provoking book. Patrick Cohrs, adopting a systemic approach to his subject, argues that the Anglo-American agreements of –5 laid the foundations for a stable peace in Europe and inaugurated an American-dominated Euro-Atlantic system that lasted until it was disrupted by the unprecedented world depression.

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Prof. Chickering (Georgetown) has thoroughly revised his social, 1914-1918. book, and political history of Germany in which appeared well over 20 years ago, for this third edition, which appeared in time for the centenary of the World War. 'Originally published more than 20 years ago, this revised third edition of Prof.

Chickering’s social, economic, and political history of Germany inappears in /5(4). book brings practically nothing about Stresemann's pre career, though this is certainly essential for explaining his wartime role.

It is equally uninformative about the internal constellation of forces *1. Marvin L. Edwards: Stresemann and the Greater Germany (New York: Bookman Associates, Pp.

$) 2. Roger Chickering is Professor of History in the Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University. He is an established scholar of modern Germany and is the author of Das Deutsche Reich und der Erste Weltkrieg (); Kar Lamprecht: A German Academic Life, (); We Men Who Feel Most German: A Cultural Study of the Pan-German League.

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