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The Paris Embassy of Sir Eric Phipps

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Sir Eric Phipps was British Ambassador in Berlin (1933-37) and at Paris - two key ambassadorships which spanned the period betwee... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Zusammenfassung Sir Eric Phipps was British Ambassador in Berlin (1933-37) and at Paris - two key ambassadorships which spanned the period between Hitler's advent to power and the outbreak of the Second World War. This book explains the contrast between his reputation as a staunch anti-Nazi and an 'anti-appeaser' in Berlin! and as a 'defeatist-appeaser' in Paris. Informationen zum Autor John Herman Klappentext Sir Eric Phipps was British Ambassador in Berlin (1933-37) and at Paris (1937-39) -- two key ambassadorships which spanned the crucial period between Hitler's advent to power and the outbreak of the Second World War. This book explains the striking contrast between his reputation as a staunch anti-Nazi and an 'anti-appeaser' in Berlin! and as a 'defeatist-appeaser' in Paris. Inhaltsverzeichnis Contents: Foreword by Professor Paul Preston; Acknowledgements; The Climate of Appeasement; The Paris Embassy and the Impact of Berlin; The Paris Milieu: Anglo-French Relations and the Foreign Office; The First Five Months (AprilSeptember 1937); Decline of the Popular Front and the Anschluss (October 1937-10 March 1938); The May Week-end Crisis and its Aftermath (11 March-31 August 1938); The Munich Crisis (September 1938); From Munich to the Polish Guarantee (October 1938 to 31 March 1939); The Outbreak of War and Retirement (17 March to 23 October 1939); Conclusions and a Postscript; Appendix: Principal Officials in Phipps's Paris Embassy; Index.

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John Herman

Klappentext

Sir Eric Phipps was British Ambassador in Berlin (1933-37) and at Paris (1937-39) -- two key ambassadorships which spanned the crucial period between Hitler's advent to power and the outbreak of the Second World War. This book explains the striking contrast between his reputation as a staunch anti-Nazi and an 'anti-appeaser' in Berlin, and as a 'defeatist-appeaser' in Paris.



Inhalt

Contents: Foreword by Professor Paul Preston; Acknowledgements; The Climate of Appeasement; The Paris Embassy and the Impact of Berlin; The Paris Milieu: Anglo-French Relations and the Foreign Office; The First Five Months (AprilChr(45)September 1937); Decline of the Popular Front and the Anschluss (October 1937-10 March 1938); The May Week-end Crisis and its Aftermath (11 March-31 August 1938); The Munich Crisis (September 1938); From Munich to the Polish Guarantee (October 1938 to 31 March 1939); The Outbreak of War and Retirement (17 March to 23 October 1939); Conclusions and a Postscript; Appendix: Principal Officials in Phipps's Paris Embassy; Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Paris Embassy of Sir Eric Phipps
Untertitel: Anglo-French Relations and the Foreign Office, 1937-1939
Autor:
EAN: 9781902210049
ISBN: 978-1-902210-04-9
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Sussex Academic Press
Genre: Geschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 276
Gewicht: 530g
Größe: H236mm x B159mm x T13mm
Jahr: 1998