American Appeasement: United States Foreign Policy and Germany, 1933-1938

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INDEX
Adam Opel, 102
Adler, Cyrus, 60, 61; book by, 301
Adler, Selig: books by, 292; article by, 293
Aeroplane, 241
Airplanes, 72-73, 278
Allen, William R.: articles by, 299
Alsop, Joseph: book by, 295
American business: and Germany, 4, 5, 7n23, 66-67, 102-103, 147, 152; and Italian-Ethiopian war, 127- 128. See also Aski marks; Countervailing duties
American Federation of Labor, 82
American Jewish Committee, 60; publications of, 287
American Jewish Congress, 60
Anglo-French talks, 247-248
Anglo-German Naval Agreement, 117-122, 132, 173, 277; bibliography on, 302
Anglo-Italian Agreement, 233
Anschluss, 88, 215, 229, 232, 236, 248; Germany and, 226-229; Great Britain and, 227-229; United States and, 234, 236, 238-239; bibliography on, 304-305. See also Austria
Anti-Comintern Pact, 170, 179, 186, 187, 195, 198; origins and significance, 163-165; and Brussels Conference, 198
Appeasement, 216, 277; Hull and, 115, 268; definitions of, 123, 276; and Hugh Wilson, 215; Chamberlain and, 220, 222, 225; Roosevelt and, 221, 233; Halifax and, 228-229, 230, 233; Hitler on, 259
Argentina, 168-169, 170
Arms embargo ( 1933), 36. See also Italian-Ethiopian war; Spanish civil war
Aschmann, Gottfried, 139
Askew, William C.: article by, 302
Aski marks, 147, 149, 151. See also Countervailing duties; Germany
Association of the Friends of the New Germany (German-American Bund), 85
Atherton, Ray, 33, 113, 142, 144
Attolico, Bernardo, 138, 270
Auslandsorganisation, 154
Austria, 92, 214, 277; and Dollfuss assassination, 98; Hitler and, 118, 186, 227, 229, 238; Mussolini and, 129, 176, 228; Anschluss with Germany, 226-227, 229; United States and, 226-227; Great Britain and, 227-229; Ickes and, 244
Avon, Earl of, see Eden, Anthony
Baker, Newton D., 55
Ban, John R.: thesis by, 294
Bankhead, William B., 217
Barnes, Harry E.: books by, 3, 295
Baturin, M.: article by, 306
Baynes, Norman H.: books by, 289
Beard, Charles A.: books by, 295
Beck, Josef, 113
Beck, Ludwig, 254-255, 291
Beckett, Grace: book by, 299
Bell, Golden W., 150
Beneš, Eduard: on Blood Purge, 97; on German rearmament and League of Nations, 113, 130-131; Daladier on government of, 248; Hugh Wilson visits, 251; Kennedy on, 252; Hitler on, 259, 263; rejects German demands, 262; and Roosevelt appeal ( September 26, 1938), 263
Bennett, Edward W.: book by, 293
Berbusse, Edward J.: dissertation by, 294
Berchtesgaden, 226, 259-260

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • ABBREVIATIONS IN THE NOTES xiv
  • 1. Good Years to Bad 1
  • 2. the End of Disarmament 18
  • 3. Deteriorating Relations 54
  • 4. Accounts Settled and Unsettled 77
  • 5. the Coming of Aggression 107
  • 6. Neighbors Good and Bad 134
  • 7. Invitations Declined 175
  • 8. Last Opportunities 214
  • 9. to Munich and War 245
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY, INDEX 281
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY 283
  • Index 311
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