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Feeding the German eagle : Soviet economic aid to Nazi Germany, 1933-1941

Author: Edward E Ericson; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Publisher: Westport, Conn : Praeger, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As the first English-language study to analyze the development, extent, and importance of the Nazi-Soviet economic relationship from Hitler's ascension to power to the launching of Operation  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ericson, Edward E., 1965-
Feeding the German eagle.
Westport, Conn : Praeger, 1999
(OCoLC)654233603
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward E Ericson; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
ISBN: 0275963373 9780275963378
OCLC Number: 40174739
Description: xiii, 265 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Of Politics and War Economies --
Murphy's Law --
Traditional Interdependence --
World War I --
The "Have-Nots" Have Each Other, 1919-27 --
The First Five-Year Plan, 1928-32 --
Paying for the First Five-Year Plan, 1933-34 --
The New Economic Order, April 9, 1935 --
Failed Economic Partnership --
First Failure: Schacht's Plan, April 29, 1936 --
Second Failure: Goring's Plan, December 24, 1936 --
Third Failure: The Purges, March 1, 1938 --
Fourth Failure: Schulenburg's Plan, December 19, 1938 --
Fifth Failure: Schnurre's Aborted Visit, January 28, 1939 --
Sixth Failure: Schulenburg in Moscow, March 11, 1939 --
Talking About Talking --
First Soundings, April 17 --
Molotov's Maybe, May 20 --
More Soundings, June 17 --
Talks Reopened, July 21 --
Restored Economic Partnership --
Dining Out, July 26 --
Economic End Game, August 12 --
The Final Go-Ahead, August 19 --
Toward an Economic Alliance --
Political End Game, August 23 --
War Begins, September 1 --
Dividing Poland, September 17 --
Collusion in the Kremlin, September 28 --
The German Plan --
Ritter and Schnurre Fly to Moscow, October 7 --
The Soviet Slow and Steady, October 22 --
Ritter Returns, October 26 --
The Soviet Plan --
Men in Suits, November 7 --
The Soviet Offer, November 30 --
The Delegates Depart, December 13 --
The Final Plan: Part I --
First Moscow Economic Summit, December 31 --
Second Moscow Economic Summit, January 29, 1940 --
Third Moscow Economic Summit, February 8 --
Signing on the Dotted Line, February 11 --
Gas and Grain for Coal and Cruisers.
Responsibility: Edward E. Ericson III.

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