Konrad Adenauer: A German Politician and Statesman in a Period of War, Revolution, and Reconstruction - Vol. 2

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KONRAD ADENAUER
A German Politician and Statesman in a Period of War,
Revolution and Reconstruction

Volume II


The Statesman: 1952-1967

Hans-Peter Schwarz

Berghahn Books
Providence • Oxford

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • I the Atlantic Alliance 1952-1955 1
  • Deadlock 3
  • Fundamental Change in a New World 33
  • How to Stage a Landslide Election Victory 50
  • More of a Fox Than a Lion -- Adenauer, Victor at the Polls 82
  • The Edc Agony 94
  • Once More Among the World's Great Powers 110
  • Beginnings of Détente 139
  • Consolidation of the Bonn Democracy 1955-1957 177
  • The Astounding Debacle of Adenauer's Saar Policies 179
  • Irritations 187
  • The Break with the Fdp 199
  • Coalition Speculation and Cabinet Clashes 210
  • Strauß Becomes Defence Minister 216
  • Adenauer's Pension Reforms 224
  • State Visits 245
  • Alternative Planning and the Return to Nato 255
  • From Nuclear Shock to Election Victory 263
  • The Gathering of the Diadochi 277
  • Iii 'the Whole of Europe is Not Yet in Order' 1957-1960 293
  • Conflict of Aims and Power Struggles 295
  • On the Defensive -- the Hallstein Doctrine and the Struggle Against the Rapacki Plan 302
  • Doubts About the U.S. and the Secret Nuclear Bomb Project with France 311
  • The House of Cards of German Policies 324
  • De Gaulle 354
  • The Berlin Ultimatum 378
  • The Presidency Farce 408
  • The Ghosts of the Past 429
  • From One Berlin Crisis to Another 447
  • Reveries at French Firesides 1 458
  • Iv Powerplay 1961-1963 511
  • Kennedy 513
  • Cataract 522
  • 'the Old Man is Ready for Anything ...' 547
  • Encircled 580
  • Turning Towards France 596
  • 'An Abyss of Treason' 628
  • The Franco-German Treaty 662
  • Adenauer's Downfall 676
  • 'We Are the Victims of American Détente Policy' 687
  • Farewells, Farewells 698
  • V in Retirement 1963-1967 711
  • The Factionist 713
  • Decline 737
  • The Drudgery of Memoir-Writing 765
  • Last Journeys 785
  • Appendix 805
  • Epilogue 807
  • Epilogue to the English-Language Edition 811
  • Notes 812
  • Sources 886
  • Index 899
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