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Arms, autarky and aggression

a study in German foreign policy, 1933-1939.

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This edition published in by Edward Arnold in London.

Written in English

136 pages

In this study of the evolution of German foreign policy from 1933 to 1939, Dr. Carr offers us a scholarly and revealing analysis of the internal conflicts provoked by Hitler's fanatical determination to enforce an unprecedented peacetime expansion of the German armed forces and to achieve the autarkic self-sufficiency of the German economy in terms of strategic war materials and food supplies. These objectives were clearly envisaged as the indispensable means to the pursuit of an inflexible and aggressive foreign policy, based on Hitler's own racialist ideologies, his long-term plans for Nazi domination of Eastern Europe and his obsessive resolve to achieve his ends at all costs.

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Arms, Autarky and Aggression

Study in German Foreign Policy, 1933-39

First published in 1972



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In this study of the evolution of German foreign policy from 1933 to 1939, Dr. Carr offers us a scholarly and revealing analysis of the internal conflicts provoked by Hitler's fanatical determination to enforce an unprecedented peacetime expansion of the German armed forces and to achieve the autarkic self-sufficiency of the German economy in terms of strategic war materials and food supplies. These objectives were clearly envisaged as the indispensable means to the pursuit of an inflexible and aggressive foreign policy, based on Hitler's own racialist ideologies, his long-term plans for Nazi domination of Eastern Europe and his obsessive resolve to achieve his ends at all costs.

Arms, autarky and aggression

a study in German foreign policy, 1933-1939.

This edition published in by Edward Arnold in London.


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [126]-128.

Series
Foundations of modern history

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
327.43
Library of Congress
DD256.5 .C35 1972

The Physical Object

Pagination
viii, 136 p.
Number of pages
136

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5455233M
ISBN 10
0713156686, 0713156694
LC Control Number
73157460
Library Thing
1660789
Goodreads
3685220
1316434

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