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Hillenbrand papers,109035719Martin_J._Hillenbrandn 80009708392244Hillenbrand MartinHillenbrand, Martin 1915-Hillenbrand, Martin J.Hillenbrand, Martin J. 1915-Hillenbrand, Martin Josephlccn-n78095548Atlantic Institute for International Affairslccn-n79129186Yergin, Danieledtlccn-n80023556American Nuclear Societylccn-n80010149Rüstow, Alexander1885-1963lccn-n78034804United StatesDepartment of StateOffice of Media Serviceslccn-n50036697Hermens, Ferdinand Aloys1906-viaf-204474901Hermens, Ferdinand Aloislccn-n79006743North Atlantic Treaty Organizationlccn-n84031087Hardin, Clifford M.(Clifford Morris)1915-2010lccn-n50015727Wilson, Harold1916-1995Hillenbrand, Martin Joseph1915-HistoryBiographyCase studiesConference proceedingsWorld politicsEconomic policyEnergy policyUnited StatesPolitical scienceGermany--BerlinPower (Social sciences)State, TheIntellectual lifeUrban renewalInternational lawHillenbrand, Martin Joseph,Diplomatic relationsAmbassadorsDiplomatsGermanyBerlin Wall (Germany : 1961-1989)International relations--Decision makingKennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),Germany (West)International financeNuclear nonproliferationEuropePolitical ethicsEuropean Economic CommunityCastro, Fidel,Manners and customsJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Annenberg, Walter H.,Visits of stateMiddle EastBundy, McGeorgeKosygin, Aleksey Nikolayevich,Kleindienst, Richard G.,Public healthFord, Gerald R.,Asociación Latinoamericana de Libre ComercioSmall business--Government policyPhạm, Văn Đồng,Haig, Alexander Meigs,Stans, Maurice H.,Laird, Melvin RSchlesinger, James RPresidentsBrandt, Willy,Vietnam War (1961-1975)Richardson, Elliot L.,Callaghan, James,George-Brown, George Alfred Brown,--Baron,Ramsbotham, Peter,1915200519381949195119611968197019721974197519761977198019811982198319851986198819901994199825023592338.9HD9502.A2ocn468601562ocn581442767ocn442218345ocn856818559ocn720801767ocn464214726108811ocn008283474book19820.37Yergin, DanielGlobal insecurity : a strategy for energy and economic renewal32613ocn001573100book19490.77Hillenbrand, Martin JosephPower and morals2677ocn006015956book19800.79The Future of BerlinHistory1979ocn010357708book19830.86Hillenbrand, Martin JosephGermany in an era of transition1372ocn007415312book19810.86International executive conference on non-proliferation and safeguardsNuclear non-proliferation and safeguards : a conference reportConference proceedings674ocn006048561book19680.86Rüstow, AlexanderZwischen Politik und Ethik678ocn007926087book19800.90Die Zukunft Berlins531ocn007949491book19720.90United StatesConference on security and cooperation in Europe62ocn258142110book19740.47Hillenbrand, Martin JosephDie amerikanischen Universitäten vor neuen Aufgaben61ocn780526405book19770.86Atlantic Institute for International AffairsInternational monetary relations after Jamaica53ocn611565347book19800.84Catudal, Honoré MarcKennedy and the Berlin wall crisis : a case study in U.S. decision makingCase studies52ocn213343181book19610.92Hillenbrand, Martin JosephGermany today51ocn021820277book19610.95Hillenbrand, Martin JosephWest Germany : economic aspects41ocn643838444book19750.26Hillenbrand, Martin JosephWeltwirtschaftsperspektiven der Zukunft aus der Sicht der Vereinigten Staaten : Festvortrag am 8. Mai 1975 in Regensburg anläßlich d. 54. Fortbildungstagung für Ärzte41ocn633864620book19760.47Hillenbrand, Martin JosephAmerikanisch-europäische Beziehungen im Jubiläumsjahr der Vereinigten Staaten : Bestandsaufnahme und Ausblick43ocn231765370book19980.86Hillenbrand, Martin JosephFragments of our time : memoirs of a diplomatBiographyAs a high-ranking American diplomat during the Cold War, Martin J. Hillenbrand was witness to some of the most exciting moments in twentieth-century history. After five years in Asia and Africa, Hillenbrand spent most of his diplomatic career dealing with Europe in the critical post-World War II and Cold War eras. He recounts with authority his experiences in postwar Germany as the U.S. political advisor to Berlin, his activities as the director of the Intergovernmental Berlin Task Force during the Berlin crisis of 1958-1963, and his appointment as minister and deputy chief of mission in Bonn. He also details his involvement with the Cuban missile crisis and the Kennedy administration, his appointment as the first American ambassador to Hungary, his service as assistant secretary of state for European affairs during the first Nixon administration, and his posting in 1972 as Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany+-+616578573542ocn074183292book19720.47Hillenbrand, Martin JosephDas deutsch-amerikanische Verhältnis Vortr31ocn847209775art1994An Assessment of the EC FutureThis article recalls that the past decade and a half have been a period of great progress for the European Community interlarded with much doubt and pessimism along the way. It highlights the various reasons which, in the years 1992-93, have put more emphasis on the negative rather than the positive: the economic stagnation in Europe, the doubts about the feasibility of the Maastricht Treaty, the impact of the dramatic changes in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and the issue of EC's enlargement, the inability to make any effective contribution with respect to the war in the former Yugoslavia, the collapse of the Exchange Rate Mechanism, the ambiguities of the Community relations with the United States.--SCAD summary23ocn007783677rcrd19700.92Hillenbrand, Martin JosephThe European Community and the U.S11ocn313130702book1975Hillenbrand, Martin JosephKontinuität und Wandel in der Allianz2201ocn038764996book19980.86Hillenbrand, Martin JosephFragments of our time : memoirs of a diplomatBiographyAs a high-ranking American diplomat during the Cold War, Martin J. Hillenbrand was witness to some of the most exciting moments in twentieth-century history. After five years in Asia and Africa, Hillenbrand spent most of his diplomatic career dealing with Europe in the critical post-World War II and Cold War eras. He recounts with authority his experiences in postwar Germany as the U.S. political advisor to Berlin, his activities as the director of the Intergovernmental Berlin Task Force during the Berlin crisis of 1958-1963, and his appointment as minister and deputy chief of mission in Bonn. He also details his involvement with the Cuban missile crisis and the Kennedy administration, his appointment as the first American ambassador to Hungary, his service as assistant secretary of state for European affairs during the first Nixon administration, and his posting in 1972 as Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany+-+6165785735171ocn299092952file0.95The Nixon years, 1969-1974HistorySourcesThe Nixon Years, 1969-1974 covers Richard Nixon's entire presidential term and allows scholars and researchers the opportunity to assess, from a British, European and Commonwealth perspective, Nixon's handling of numerous Cold War crises, his administration's achievements, as well as his increasingly controversial activities and unorthodox use of executive powers culminating in Watergate and resignation. Top level Anglo-American discussions and briefing papers dominate this collection, which provides complete FCO 7 and FCO 82 files from The National Archives, Kew11ocn231403137file1.00Hillenbrand, Martin JosephMartin J. Hillenbrand papersAmbassador Martin J. Hillenbrand served for thirty-five years as a professional United States Foreign Service Officer, including service in Burma, India, Mozambique, Hungary, France, and Germany. He was appointed as the first U.S. Ambassador to Hungary (1967-1969), Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (1969-1972) and Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany (1972-1976). The collection consists of Hillenbrand's personal papers and provides an overview of his life and career in diplomatic service. The papers also document his academic career at the University of Georgia (1982-1997) and involvement in international diplomatic organizations. Of particular interest are his personal, hand-written journals and notebooks which begin with adolescence and extend through retirement. Included in the collection are published and unpublished articles, drafts, speeches, notes, journals, correspondence, clippings, photographs, artifacts, and audiovisual material+-+6165785735+-+6165785735Thu Oct 16 15:29:40 EDT 2014batch16208