2 edition of Stresemann and the revision of Versailles found in the catalog.
Stresemann and the revision of Versailles
Henry L. Bretton
by Stanford U.P.; Oxford U.P
Written in English
U.S.Copyright date 1953.
|Series||Stanford books in world politics series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||199|
By bennja • Posted in Germany , History Notes • Tagged A Level (GCE), Germany, GUSTAV STRESEMANN, HYPERINFLATION , Locarno Treaties, Notes, Revision Notes, THE DAWES PLAN , The Golden years, The Weimar republic. The book argues that Stresemann's talk of peace and European economic integration developed into something more than Realpolitik. Mr Wright is fair to the arguments made by Stresemann's critics. He notes the differences between German policy towards the western and eastern frontiers.
The 'golden years' of the german inter war years. Revision for material for GCSE history. Here the record is much less consistent. Stresemann's initial reaction was to blame the Kaiser and the military by revolution at home. This was the foundation for a realist re-thinking of his foreign policy. Like most Germans, Stresemann was determined to secure the revision of the Treaty of Versailles.
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Stresemann & the Revision of Versailles Hardcover – December 1, by Henry L Bretton (Author)Author: Henry L Bretton. Stresemann and Their Revision of Versailles: A Fight for Reason.
on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: See notes. Excerpt. This study is concerned with the peaceful revision of a major treaty, the Treaty of Versailles. In general, it addresses itself to the political and diplomatic phases of the process of revisionism through which that treaty passed in the first decade following World War I.
In particular, the study is concerned with one policy maker. Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles: A Fight for Reason. By HENRY L. BRT'EON. Stanford, Stanford University Press; London, Oxford University Press, xii, pp.
$ This penetrating and judicious study analyzes the policies of Stresemann as Germany's "Locarno" foreign minister () against Stresemann and the revision of Versailles book back. Stresemann and the revision of Versailles. Stanford, Stanford University Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Gustav Stresemann; Gustav Stresemann; Gustav Stresemann; Gustav Stresemann: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry L Bretton.
This able monograph on Stresemann's foreign policy centers on an analysis of the means and techniques by which the Weimar Foreign Minister achieved a peaceful but very real revision of the Versailles Treaty. Based in part on the unpublished Nachlass which were found in.
Wright's interest is in Stresemann as the political leader and the foreign minister, and the book is tightly and clearly focused on this interest. Maps, photographs and a glossary enhance the work. Still, novices with little knowledge of German history and politics, Author: Social Studies Singapore.
Gustav Stresemann the revision of Versailles and the Weimar Parliamentary system. Home. Our collections. Books Gustav Stresemann the revision of Versailles and the Weimar Parliamentary system. description Object description.
Pbk. Object description. At first, Stresemann felt no loyalty to the new Weimar Republic and he opposed the Treaty of Versailles.
He set up his own party the German People’s Party (DVP). However his views developed and he advocated a great coalition from the SPD to the DVP to consolidate democracy against the extremes of left and right.
He became Chancellor in August /5. Buy Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles. A fight for reason (Stanford Books in World Politics.) by Henry L. Bretton, Gustav Stresemann (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Henry L.
Bretton, Gustav Stresemann. 4. As foreign minister, Stresemann worked to rebuild good relationships with Germany’s European neighbours, renegotiate her reparations obligations and revise the Versailles treaty.
Stresemann’s pragmatic approach to foreign policy was largely responsible for Germany’s re-entry into the community of nations.
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Gustav Stresemann. Written By: Gustav Stresemann, (bornBerlin, Germany—died October 3,Berlin), chancellor () and foreign minister (, –29) of the Weimar Republic, largely responsible for restoring Germany’s international status after World War I.
Gustav Ernst Stresemann (Gustav Stresemann (helpinfo); 10 May – 3 October ) was a German statesman who served as Chancellor in (for a brief period of days) and Foreign Minister –, during the Weimar Republic. He was co-laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize in Children: Wolfgang, Hans-Joachim.
• Stresemann’s greatest achievements were in foreign policy • he signed the Locarno Treaties, guaranteeing not to change Germany’s western borders with France and Belgium • Germany was accepted into the LON • Stresemann began to work quietly on reversing the term of the Treaty How successful was STRESEMANN in the s in.
Get this from a library. Gustav Stresemann: the revision of Versailles and the Weimar parliamentary system. [Karl Dietrich Erdmann]. Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles: A Fight for Reason By Henry L. Bretton Stanford University Press, Read preview Overview The Fall of the German Republic: A Political Study By R.
Clark G. Allen & Unwin, Ltd. Gustav Stresemann () was a German politician, Reichstag deputy and, for a brief time inchancellor. As foreign minister, Stresemann became one of the most significant and effective leaders of the Weimar Republic.
Stresemann was born in Berlin, the son of a Protestant publican, brewer and beer salesman.The Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles is the first of our really Key topics.
If there is an exam question on the Weimar Republic, you are almost certain to have to talk about this at some point. The Treaty and its effects were felt well into the.Annelise Thimme, Gustav Stresemann (Hannover and Frankfurt a/M.: Norddeutsche Verlagsanstalt, ), passim Google Scholar Henry Ashley Turner, Jr., Stresemann and the Politics of the Weimar Republic (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), p.
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