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The diplomacy of the "new order" : the foreign policy of Japan, Germany and Italy : 1931-1945

Author: Arthur Stam
Publisher: Soesterberg : Aspekt, 2003.
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"The New Order was the term the Japanese, German and Italian governments used for their expansive strategies and spheres of influence during the eve and course of the Second World War. Their attack against the status quo was initiated by Japan occupying Mandchuria, preceding Hitler's rise to power. Subsequently Italian agression against Ethiopia shows that the first military adventures of the emerging New Order  Read more...
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Stam, Arthur.
Diplomacy of the "new order".
Soesterberg : Aspekt, 2003
(OCoLC)645917508
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Stam
ISBN: 9059114361 9789059114364
OCLC Number: 53939128
Description: 112 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: Rebellious chauvinism --
Aggression through insubordination --
Manchukuo and the League of Nations --
On the way to the Anti-Comintern Pact --
The implications of the Anti-Comintern Pact --
The axis Rome-Berlin --
Germany and the Japanese-Chinese war --
The "Pact of Steel" --
Japan and the Stalin-Hitler-pact --
Italy : from non-belligerence towards intervention --
The realisation of the Tripartite Pact --
The extension of the Tripartite Pact --
Between Barbarossa and Pearl Harbor --
Between Pearl Harbor and Stalingrad --
On the way to the end --
The conclusion of Bernd Wegner.
Responsibility: Arthur Stam.

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"The New Order was the term the Japanese, German and Italian governments used for their expansive strategies and spheres of influence during the eve and course of the Second World War. Their attack against the status quo was initiated by Japan occupying Mandchuria, preceding Hitler's rise to power. Subsequently Italian agression against Ethiopia shows that the first military adventures of the emerging New Order occurred outside Europe. A main issue in this account is the lack of coordination between the German and Japanese approaches towards the USSR. Consequently the Anti-Komintern-Pact, an overwhelmingly ideological cover-up, implied meagre strategic significance. The Tripartite Treaty, on the contrary, provided Germany with some East European allies in its warfare against the USSR. In contrast to Germany and Japan the Italian military performance was in all the stages of the second World War so poor, that Mussolini's Fascism was downgraded to a humiliating position within the New Order. The author concludes that the common strategy came to naught on different interests and mentalities. Fascist "internationalism" proved to be a sheer impossibility."--BOOK JACKET.

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