|1 Hitler and Mussolini: The road to alliance in war ||9|
|2 ‘Getting onto closer terms with the gangsters’: France, Britain and Nazi Germany ||32|
|3 Hitler, Poland and Germany’s conservative elites: From Non-Aggression Pact to conquest ||62|
|4 The road to ‘Barbarossa’: Hitler and the Soviet Union ||75|
|5 Nazi Germany and Southeast Europe: From economic satellites in peace to partners and victims in war ||92|
|6 The Nazi regime and the American hemisphere ||105|
|7 Falling between two stools: Nazi Germany’s East Asian policy ||123|
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Book title: Nazi Foreign Policy, 1933-1941: The Road to Global War.
Contributors: Christian Leitz - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: v.
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