German Resistance against Hitler: The Search for Allies Abroad, 1938-1945

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Between pp. 240-241
1. Overseas patrons of the Widerstand: (a) Willem A. Visser't Hooft, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches in Process of Formation. (b) George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester.
2. The horizon of European diplomacy: (a) Theo Kordt, German Chargé in London and Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in London, 1938. (b) Sir Robert Vansittart, Chief Diplomatic Adviser to the Foreign Secretary.
3. The Men of the Widerstand (I): (a) Colonel General Ludwig Beck. (b) Carl Goerdeler. (c) Ulrich von Hassell. (d) Major General Hans Oster.
4. The Men of the Widerstand (II): (a) Helmuth James von Moltke. (b) Adam von Trott zu Solz. (c) Dietrich Bonhoeffer. (d) Albrecht Haushofer.
5. The Men of the Widerstand (III): (a) Josef Müller. (b) Otto John. (c) Claus Schenk, Count von Stauffenberg. (d) Julius Leber.
6. Intelligence chiefs: (a) 'C', Major General Sir Stewart Menzies, Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service (M16). (b) Major General William J. Donovan, Director of the OSS. (c) Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, Chief of the Abwehr. (d) Allen W. Dulles, Chief of the OSS in Berne, and his assistant Gero von Schulze Gaevernitz.
7. From the Nazi People's Court: (a) Roland Freisler, President of the People's Court. (b) Carl Goerdeler facing the People's Court.
8. Documents: (a) Telegram from Carl Goerdeler to the British Foreign Office, 30 August 1939. (b) Farewell letter from Adam von Trott (pseudonym F. Adams) to Dr. Harry Johansson of the Nordic Ecumenical Institute in Sigtuna, Sweden, 26 September 1942.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiv
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Introduction 13
  • I - Resistance and Exile 19
  • CHAPTER 1 65
  • 2 - Thinking for the British Empire? 82
  • CHAPTER 2 134
  • 3 - 'Make a Revolution in Germany for the German People'? 154
  • CHAPTER 3 198
  • 4 - Widerstand and the Forging of the Grand Alliance 217
  • CHAPTER 4 250
  • 5 - Ecumenical Dialogue or 'the War Behind the War' 264
  • CHAPTER 5 298
  • 6 - The Vision and the Mirage 315
  • CHAPTER 6 396
  • Conclusion 432
  • Conclusion 440
  • Bibliography 442
  • Index 473
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