France and the Nazi Menace: Intelligence and Policy Making, 1933-1939

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Index
Abwehr (German intelligence) 28, 25 n. 44, 310, 327
Abyssinia (Ethiopia):
Italian invasion of (1935) 114–15, 152, 155, 161, 170, 176, 196
Adamthwaite, Anthony 1, 4, 315
Ageron, Charles-Robert 332
aircraft industry, France 195–202, 232–41
and air ministry 88, 126–7, 221–2, 232, 234, 238, 241, 325
nationalization and centralization 193, 195–202, 221, 233, 269
problems and inefficiencies 144–5, 168–9, 198, 220, 221, 233–41
production figures 233, 330
and rearmament programmes 126–7, 144, 168, 169, 220, 232, 249, 268–70, 324–5
aircraft industry, German 213–15, 232, 239–40
and air ministry 94, 125, 240
modernization 101, 143, 144–5, 166–7, 195, 213–15
and Nazi regime 83, 102
and rearmament programmes 93, 94, 97, 101, 105–6, 109–11, 125, 129, 159, 173, 174, 214–15, 299, 303–4, 305, 339, 340, 341
air force, French 128, 140, 143–5, 168–170, 174–5, 232–41, 268–70
aircraft imported 240, 269, 325, 330, 342
aircraft numbers 168–9, 196, 198, 199, 201–2, 233–4, 269, 307, 325, 381
and army 128, 193
combat effectiveness 153, 213, 221–2, 234, 330–1, 342, 380, 381–2
and disarmament 78–9
doctrine 127–8, 385–6
morale in 167–8, 221–2
organization 193, 268–9
Plan I (1934) 143–5, 157, 168, 169, 195, 198, 233
Plan II (1936) 198, 206, 221, 232, 234
Plan IV 234–5, 240
Plan V 268–9, 306, 324–5, 386
air force, German 122–30, 165–8, 173–5, 194–7, 213–15, 238, 303–4, 305–6
aircraft numbers 124, 143, 166–7, 173–4, 175, 194–5, 195, 198, 199, 214, 241, 299, 303–4, 306, 307, 338, 380, 381–2
and air ministry 122, 123
armaments 241
and army 343
combat effectiveness of 91, 194, 338–91
doctrine 127, 128
industrial problems 173, 213, 305, 340–1
morale in 340
organization 125, 129–30
personnel problems 168, 194, 213, 339
rearmament programmes 60, 93, 94, 97, 101, 105–6, 109–10, 125, 129, 159, 173, 174, 214–15, 299, 303–4, 305, 339, 340, 341
Albania:
Italian invasion of 366
Alexander, Martin S. 2, 6
Algiers (SR Post) 208
Alphand, Hervé 323
Anglo-German Naval Agreements (1935 and 1937) 111, 133, 137–9, 148, 203, 265, 266
Années Creuses (Lean Years) 50–1, 122, 210
Anschluss (1938) 39, 209, 229, 230, 251–4
'April Note' 149, 156
Andrew, Christopher 3
Arado (aircraft) 166, 213
Arbeitsdienst (National Labour Service, Germany) 90, 171, 172
Aris, Jean 286–7
Aron, Raymond 86
Armée de l'Air, see air force, French
army, French 140, 180, 186–91, 249
combat effectiveness 153, 168, 183, 185, 220–1, 367, 380
and defence cuts 153, 157–8, 168
doctrine 118, 188–91, 269, 337, 342, 345–6, 352, 385

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Intelligence Machine and the Decision Making Process 11
  • 2: French Intelligence and the Nazi Machtergreifung, 1933 45
  • 3: Intelligence and the National Socialist Gleichschaltung, 1933–1936 82
  • 4: Initial Responses to Nazi Rearmament: Intelligence and Policy, 1934–1935 109
  • 5: The Rhineland 161
  • 6: Intelligence and the Rearmament Programmes of 1936 178
  • 7: Paralysis 207
  • 8: Munich 247
  • 9: A Change in Perspective 298
  • 10: Girding for War 337
  • 11: Decision for War 379
  • Conclusion 388
  • Appendices 397
  • Bibliography 403
  • Index 435
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