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

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CONTENTS
Abbreviations , xiii
1 Czechoslovak-Soviet Contacts from the End of World War I to Adolf Hitler's Machtergreifung, 1918-1933, 3
The Hillerson Red Cross Mission in Prague , 7
Prague's Attitude toward the Bolsheviks , 11
From Diplomacy to Confrontation , 18
2 Dangerous Relations: Beneš and Stalin in Hitler's Shadow, 1933-1935, 33
At Last: De Jure Recognition and Its Consequences , 36
Beneš's Ostpolitik , 40
The Czechoslovak-Soviet Treaty of 1935 and Its Mysterious Stipulation , 44
Prague's Pact with Moscow , 50
The Aftermath of Czechoslovakia's Agreement with the Soviet Union , 51
Stalin's Wooing of Edvard Beneš: The 1935 Trip to Moscow , 52
Stalin Was "Gracious, Thoughtful, Accommodating,"55
3 Between the Agile East and the Apathetic West: Central Europe, 1935-1937, 67
The CPC and the 7th Congress of the Comintern , 68
Czechoslovakia and the Frigid West , 79
"Lord Halalifax,"81
4 Beneš and the Tukhachevsky Affair: New Evidence from the Archives in Prague and Moscow, 91
Znamia Rossii and Other Tremors before the Earthquake , 92
Tukhachevsky and the Secret Negotiations between Prague and Berlin, 96
President Edvard Beneš and the Tukhachevsky Affair , 99
5 The Fateful Spring of 1938: Austrian Anschluß and the May Crisis, 113
From the Death of Thomas G. Masaryk to New Year's Day 1938, 116
The Anschluß of Austria , 119

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