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Fri Mar 21 17:12:27 2014 UTClccn-n500155330.00Wilson, Hugh Robert0.691.00Carl W. Ackerman papers,42738821Hugh_R._Wilsonn 5001553351000Wilson, Hugh 1885-1946Wilson, Hugh R.Wilson, Hugh R. 1885-1946lccn-n79110921League of Nationslccn-n00068262Milton Academy (Milton, Mass.).Alumni War Memorial Foundationlccn-n50059013Mola, Emilio1887-1937np-downing, marvin lee$1937Downing, Marvin Lee1937-lccn-n2003040108Verburgh, Pieternella Cornelia Sophie1967-lccn-n79022932Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano)1882-1945lccn-n84048776United Press Associationslccn-n80015727Metro-Goldwyn-Mayerlccn-n79027114Taylor, Myron Charles1874-1959lccn-n50026242Dodd, William Edward1869-1940Wilson, Hugh Robert1885-1946Records and correspondenceBiographyHistoryDiplomatsInternational relationsWilson, Hugh Robert,United StatesGermanyPolitical scienceConference for the Reduction and Limitation of ArmamentsEthiopiaCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)SwitzerlandWorld War (1939-1945)War--CausesSpainNeutralityDiplomatic and consular service, AmericanModoc IndiansIndian Wars (Modoc : 1873)California--Modoc CountyIndians of North America--WarsLeague of NationsMola, Emilio,Roosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),AmbassadorsNew York (State)--New YorkDennis, William Cullen,Eastman, George,Czech Republic--MoraviaGerard, James W.--(James Watson),International organizationLatin AmericaObituariesCastle, William R.--(William Richards),IrelandMiddle EastConnally, Tom,Journalism--Study and teachingSmith, Alfred Emanuel,War of Independence (Ireland : 1919-1921)Butler, Nicholas Murray,Baker, Newton Diehl,Emigration and immigrationColumbia University.--School of JournalismDodd, William Edward,Lawrence, David,CzechoslovakiaMotion Picture Producers and Distributors of AmericaSaturday evening postPulitzer, Joseph,RussiaThomson, Basil,1885194619271935193819411953195919601961196219631969197019721973197419791999200316182776923.273E183.7ocn000524130ocn006518812ocn000421343ocn213778844ocn643549903ocn5581088093464ocn000311834book19380.59Wilson, Hugh RobertThe education of a diplomatRecords and correspondence26211ocn000524130book19600.70Wilson, Hugh RobertA career diplomat, the third chapter: the Third Reich1293ocn001667692book19630.81Wilson, Hugh RobertDisarmament and the cold war in the thirties997ocn002943915book19590.81Wilson, Hugh RobertFor want of a nail; the failure of the League of Nations in EthiopiaHistory945ocn001121317book19740.79Wilson, Hugh RobertSwitzerland : neutrality as a foreign policy912ocn000070576book19690.88Wilson, Hugh RobertDescent into violence - Spain, January-July 1936History8511ocn000780972book19410.63Wilson, Hugh RobertDiplomat between wars, by Hugh R. WilsonBiographyThe author describes his experiences in American diplomacy from 1917 through the summer of 1937. He discusses the state of international affairs before World War II, to include the international community's reaction to Germany's violation of the Treaty of Versailles811ocn002160200book19410.73Wilson, Hugh RobertDiplomacy as a career734ocn000636984book19720.86Wilson, Hugh RobertThe man who created Franco--General Emilio Mola483ocn012359968book19530.50Wilson, Hugh RobertThe causes and significance of the Modoc WarHistory123ocn009769507book19380.35Wilson, HughLehrjahre eines DiplomatenBiography74ocn213778844book19600.86Wilson, Hugh RobertA career diplomat11ocn613144287book1935Wilson, Hugh RobertDiplomatie und Diplomaten11ocn641920618book19740.10Wilson, Hugh RobertSwitzerland11ocn504610916book1938Wilson, Hugh RobertThe Education of a Diplomat, etc. [Reminiscences.]11ocn427524216book19381.00Wilson, Hugh RobertThe education of a diplomat [1st ed.], With an introd. by Claude G. BowersBiography11ocn504610881book1960Wilson, Hugh RobertA Career Diplomat. The third chapter: The Third Reich, etc. [Extracts from letters and diaries edited with a connecting narrative by Hugh R. Wilson. Jr. With a portrait.]2632ocn003773709book19410.63Wilson, Hugh RobertDiplomat between wars, by Hugh R. WilsonBiographyThe author describes his experiences in American diplomacy from 1917 through the summer of 1937. He discusses the state of international affairs before World War II, to include the international community's reaction to Germany's violation of the Treaty of Versailles61ocn052880023book20030.35Verburgh, Pieternella Cornelia SophieCarefully doing nothing : Hugh R. Wilson, de laatste Amerikaanse ambassadeur in nazi-DuitslandBiographySummary62ocn025159525book19700.47Downing, Marvin LeeHugh R. Wilson and American relations with the League of Nations, 1927-193741ocn000932168book19730.73Downing, Marvin LeeHugh R. Wilson and American relations with the League of Nations, 1927-1937. Norman, Okla., 197011ocn081989625visu19381.00News of the day"Key envoys report to President Roosevelt! Myron C. Taylor sails from New York. Includes footage of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ambassador Phillips, Ambassador Wilson, refugees. Shot in Warm Springs, Georgia11ocn026759052book19620.47Iversen, J. TerryMessrs. William E. Dodd and Hugh R. Wilson : a study of the responsible diplomatBiography11ocn051154182visu19271.00New minister to SwitzerlandHugh Robert Wilson, half-length portrait, standing, facing front11ocn698184247art19790.10Wilson, Hugh Robert. 61Periodicals11ocn423242481visu19381.00News of the dayFootage of homeless Jews and their tent camp in South Moravia on the Czech-German border illustrates Nazi oppression. Headlines documenting Nazi wrongs introduce footage of Roosevelt at his desk; his statement expressing shock and dismay at recent events appears in subtitles. Ambassador Wilson, called home from Germany, is shown seated at his desk. Senator Connally states his belief that most Americans approve of Roosevelt's sentiments and actions. Herbert Hoover condemns the Nazi "outrage" but says it does not represent the German people or Americans of German origin. Alfred E. Smith states that this is not a religious or political question, but rather an issue of preservation of civilization. Thomas Dewey calls attacks on a minority group in any country attacks on democracy itself and appeals to world opinion lest the barbarism spread. The voice over commentary that "America still holds aloft the torch of freedom, justice, and the brotherhood of man" is illustrated by shots of the Statue of Liberty11ocn070979841mix1.00Ackerman, Carl WCarl W. Ackerman papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Newton Diehl Baker, William Benton, Herman Bernstein, Nicholas Murray Butler, William R. Castle, Felix Cole, Kent Cooper, William Cullen Dennis, Allen Dulles, George Eastman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Abram I. Elkus, Frank Diehl Fackenthal, Douglas Southall Freeman, James W. Gerard, William Sidney Graves, Edward Mandell House, Roy Wilson Howard, Arthur Krock, David Lawrence, George S. Patton, J. Westbrook Pegler, Joseph Pulitzer, Ralph Pulitzer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Basil Thomson, Hugh Robert Wilson, and Ahmet Emin Yalman11ocn212816143art1999Wilson, Hugh RobertBiographyFri Mar 21 16:02:43 EDT 2014batch15131