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The Diplomats, 1919-1939 - Gordon A. Craig

Paperback Published: 3rd July 1994
ISBN: 9780691036601
Number Of Pages: 728

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"[This book] represents a really impressive achievement. Though a collaborative work, it is remarkably even and well-integrated ... It is certainly no exaggeration to say that this is the best-informed, most authoritative, and most provocative treatment of diplomatic history presently available for the period indicated."--The New York Times "A book like this one, in addition to providing pleasant and informative reading, will perform a useful function by increasing the understanding of the potential achievements and limitations of the diplomatic art."--The Nation "An enlightening and readable volume."--The New Yorker "An illuminating and authoritative commentary upon the conduct of international relations during this critical era."--American Historical Review

Introductionp. 3
A Note on Abbreviationsp. 14
The British Foreign Office from Grey to Austen Chamberlainp. 15
The French Foreign Office: The Era of Philippe Berthelotp. 49
Sweden: The Diplomacy of Osten Undenp. 86
Czechoslovakia: The Diplomacy of Eduard Benesp. 100
Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Early Weimar Republicp. 123
Turkish Diplomacy from Mudros to Lausannep. 172
The Early Diplomacy of Italian Fascism, 1922-1932p. 210
Soviet Diplomacy: G. V. Chicherin, Peoples Commisar for Foreign Affairs, 1918-1930p. 234
The Department of State and American Public Opinionp. 282
Arthur Hendersonp. 311
Maxim Litvinovp. 344
Alexis Saint-Leger Legerp. 378
The German Foreign Office from Neurath to Ribbentropp. 406
Three Observers in Berlin: Rumbold, Dodd, and Francois-Poncetp. 437
Two German Ambassadors: Dirksen and Schulenburgp. 477
Ciano and his Ambassadorsp. 512
Two British Ambassadors: Perth and Hendersonp. 537
The Voice in the Wilderness: Robert Coulondrep. 555
The Diplomacy of Colonel Beckp. 579
Yosuke Matsuoka and the Japanese-German Alliancep. 615
Two American Ambassadors: Bullitt and Kennedyp. 649
List of Contributorsp. 682
Indexp. 685
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ISBN: 9780691036601
ISBN-10: 0691036608
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 728
Published: 3rd July 1994
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.11 x 15.85  x 4.52
Weight (kg): 1.09