Dealing with the Devil: East Germany, Detente, and Ostpolitik, 1969-1973

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Index
ABM (Anti-Ballistic Missile), 118–19, 137
Abrasimov, Pjotr, xvii, 35, 72, 104–5, 115, 117, 121
Acheson, Dean, 57
Allardt, Helmut, 35
Amnesty of October 1972, 152, 171
Andropov, Yuri, 29–31
Apel, Erich, 20
Arndt, Klaus Dieter, 54
Aron, Raymond, 262 (n. 29)
Atomic weapons: threat of use of, 49, 109, 135, 139, 177
Audland, Christopher, 76
Axen, Hermann, 19, 63, 66, 74, 82, 100, 105, 109, 183
Back channels: use of, 25–26, 33–34, 68, 156, 169, 182
Bahr, Egon, xii, 16, 23
Bahr, Egon, early career: begins working for Brandt, 11–13, 27–29; negotiates Moscow Treaty, 33–34, 37–41, 55, 58, 67–71; and quadripartite talks, 76–77, 115–18
Bahr, Egon, role in German-German negotiations: talks with Michael Kohl, 86, 88–97, 101–4, 117–18; negotiates Transit Accord, 123–31; negotiates Trafic Treaty, 131–34; and ratiication of Moscow and Warsaw Treaties, 137
Bahr, Egon, and Basic Treaty: negotiates Basic Treaty, 139–47; and Basic Treaty implementation, 147–59; and exchange of money for human beings, 148–53, 156–60, 172; deceived by Kohl, 150; resigns as negotiator, 160–61
Bahr, Egon, summary of role in Ostpolitik: 163–64, 175, 182, 184
“Bahr paper, ” 55–56
Barzel, Rainer, 130, 133, 137
Basic Law (West German), 8, 39, 41
Basic Treaty of 1972, 54, 170, 187; negotiation of, 139–47; implementation of, 147–61. See also Bahr, Egon; Kohl, Michael
Bavarian constitutional challenge, 147
Behrendt, Heinz, 54, 60
Beijing. See PRC
Berlin Blockade, 5
Berlin talks. See Quadripartite talks
Berlin Wall, xi, 4, 11, 145, 186
Bertsch, Herbert, 85–86, 88
Bertsch Delegation. See Bertsch, Herbert
Biological weapons, 49
“Black Channel, ” 51
Body, control of, in dictatorship: issue of use of toilets, 4, 126, 129; questions of hair length, 126
Brandt, Alwin, 90
Brandt, Willy, xvi, 1, 5
Brandt, Willy, early career: and Berlin Wall, 11–13; enters national ofice, 13–16
Brandt, Willy, as head of government: relations with Ulbricht, 18; becomes chancellor, 23, 26–29; and Moscow Treaty, 31–34, 37– 39, 67–71, 97, 136; and Brezhnev, 36; and meeting in Erfurt, 42–54; and meeting in Kassel, 59–64, 77; and Twenty Points, 61–63, 95, 115; and start of Bahr-Kohl talks, 85–86, 88, 91, 93, 95; and Warsaw Treaty, 98–99; and four powers, 116, 122; and Transit Accord, 127
Brandt, Willy, challenge to leadership: survives irst vote of no conidence, 131–34, 136; calls second vote of no conidence, 142
Brandt, Willy, and Basic Treaty: question of the nation, 142; exchange of money for human beings, 148–53, 159, 172; question of UN membership, 148; and terms of Basic Treaty, 153–54
Brandt, Willy, summary of his time in ofice: 163–64, 170–71, 175, 182, 186
Bräutigam, Hans-Otto, xii, 92–93
Brezhnev, Leonid, xvii
Brezhnev, Leonid, conduct of foreign policy: and Prague Spring, 16; use of back channels, 24, 36, 38, 182; becomes Soviet leader, 29–30; plays “double game, ” 31–35, 37, 49, 55–56, 64, 77–78, 86; and Moscow

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