Czechoslovakia between Stalin and Hitler: The Diplomacy of Edvard Benes in the 1930s

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Index
A-54. See Paul Thümmel
Abovich, Miron Yakovlevich, 20
Abwehr, 148, 153
Addison, Sir Joseph, 55-57, 165
Aleksandrovsky, Sergei S., 30, 36-37, 40, 46, 48-50, 60, 76, 99-100, 102-104, 118, 136-138, 143, 156, 192, 196-197, 223-225, 229-230, 235, 240-241, 244- 246, 253-259, 265, 271
Alksnis, Y. I., 54
Anschluß. See Austria
Antonov-Ovseenko, Vladimir A., 15, 30, 60
Arosev, Aleksandr Yakovlevich, 36, 60
Aroseva, Gertruda, 36, 60
Ashton-Gwatkin, Frank, 183-184, 250-251
Attlee, Clement, 117
Austria, 10, 16, 20, 31, 37, 46, 56, 74, 80-92, 114, 119-129, 130, 132-133, 135, 137-139, 144-145, 149-150, 157, 184, 191, 193, 199, 209-210, 217, 220, 228, 231
Baltic countries, 44-45
Bartík, Josef, 100, 110
Barthou, Louis, 37, 43-44
Baxa, Karel, 16
Beau-Rivage Hotel, 4, 23
Beck, Józef, 45, 147, 164-165, 168, 228
Belgium, 4, 34, 61, 228, 239
Beneš, Edvard: goes abroad, 3, 23; and the Anschluß, 124-126; and army generals, 215, 251-252; and authoritarian states, 83-84, 126; his character, 5, 23-24, 56- 57, 83, 114, 118-119, 177, 181-182, 262-263; and democracy, 6, 180, 232; and egalitarianism, 68; returns from exile, 5; and France, 33-35, 40, 43-44, 84, 123, 127, 142, 174-77, 189, 192, 201, 222, 248, 253, 262; and the Franco-British proposal, 218-225, 234, 252-253; and the Franco-British ultimatum, 189, 225-234, 253, 266; and the Franco-Soviet pact, 45-46; and Great Britain, 117, 127, 180-182, 185, 189, 201, 262 (see also Beneš and Addison, Beneš and Newton, and Czechoslovakia and Great Britain); did not lack greatness, 119, 262; his health, 118, 231, 249, 262; views on history, 117-118; at Locarno, 34; his marriage, 118; and Munich, 249-256, 261-262; after Munich, 262-263; his optimism, 118, 138, 143, 192, 210, 229-230, 232-233, 235-237, 240-241, 243-245; as orator, 145, 210-211, 232; at the Paris Peace Conference, 4-5, 222, 252; and Poland, 9-10, 12-13, 25-28, 45, 57, 66, 130- 131, 136, 146-147, 165, 168-169, 228, 234-235; becomes president, 58, 116- 117; and religion, 159; dictates resignation statement, 253; Berlin demands his resignation, 256; resigns, 256; and the Rhineland crisis, 75; and Russia, 11-12, 22-23, 41; and the Second Bureau, 151- 152, 170; and "secret negotiations" with Berlin, 96-107; his villa in Sezimovo Ústí, 117-118; and socialism, 11; and Soviet assistance, 38-39, 54-55, 85-86, 132-138, 154-157, 190-201, 211, 223-225, 228-231, 235-236, 239- 241, 244, 246-248, 251, 253-260, 262,

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