Germany And The Far Eastern Crisis, 1931-1938, Fox, John P.



Product ID: 5098 SKU: 001483 Categories: ,

Germany And The Far Eastern Crisis, 1931-1938: A Study In Diplomacy And Ideology, Fox, John P. Published by Clarendon Press: Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, 1982. First Edition. Black boards, gilt spine titles; pale blue endpapers. Slight scuff marks to front board and bump front bottom right corner; otherwise volume is in new, un read condition. Dust jacket is clipped with very tiny closed tear top spine edge; otherwise fine and protected in mylar. This widely acclaimed study, focuses on the role played by the German foreign office (the Wilhemstrasse) in determining Germany’s far eastern policies and reflects many of the power struggles within the Nazi state. Fox contends that the conflict between the Wilhelmstrasse and the Nazi regime, which ended in the alliance with Japan sought by Hitler and von Ribbentrop, represented a triumph of Nazi ideology in controlling the course of German diplomacy. 001483 $45


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Germany And The Far Eastern Crisis, 1931-1938, Fox, John P.”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *