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The third Reich and the Palestine question

Author: Francis R Nicosia
Publisher: New Brunswick : Transaction Publishers, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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A comprehensive study of German Palestine policy during the 1930s. Francis R. Nicosia places that policy within the context of historical German interests and aims in Palestine, the Middle East and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis R Nicosia
ISBN: 076580624X 9780765806246
OCLC Number: 42619855
Notes: Originally published: 1st ed. Austin : University of Texas Press, 1985.
Description: xxii, 319 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction to the Transaction Edition --
Preface --
1 Imperial and Weimar Precedents (starting p. 1) --
2 Early National Socialist Attitudes toward Zionism (starting p. 16) --
The Anti-Semitic Background (starting p. 16) --
Alfred Rosenberg, Zionism and the Conspiracy Theory (starting p. 21) --
The Emergence of Hitler's Attitude toward Zionism (starting p. 26) --
3 The Development of the Haavara Transfer Agreement (starting p. 29) --
The Economic Background (starting p. 29) --
The Impact of the Anti-German Boycott (starting p. 33) --
Consul-General Wolff and the Role of Palestine (starting p. 36) --
The German Government and the Haavara Transfer Agreement of 1933 (starting p. 41) --
4 The Zionist Connection, 1933-1937 (starting p. 50) --
The Position of the German Foreign Office (starting p. 50) --
The Role of the SS (starting p. 54) --
The Umschulungslager (starting p. 58) --
Abteilung II/112 and Palestine (starting p. 60) --
Other Interested Agencies (starting p. 64) --
5 The Role of England in Hitler's Foreign Policy Plans (starting p. 67) --
Theories on Hitler's Englandpolitik (starting p. 67) --
The Formulation of Hitler's Englandpolitik to 1933 (starting p. 69) --
The Quest for Alliance, 1933-1937 (starting p. 72) --
The Tactical Change: Without England, 1935-1937 (starting p. 76) --
The Racial Factor (starting p. 82) --
6 The Rejection of an Arab Connection, 1933-1937 (starting p. 85) --
The Arab Response in Palestine to the Hitler Regime (starting p. 85) --
The Rejection of Arab Overtures to 1936 (starting p. 87) --
The NSDAP and the Palastinadeutsche (starting p. 92) --
The Arab Revolt of 1936 (starting p. 99) --
7 The Peel Partition Plan and the Question of a Jewish State (starting p. 109) --
The Peel Commission Report of July, 1937 (starting p. 109) --
The German Foreign Office and the Question of a Jewish State (starting p. 112) --
The Rejection of Diplomatic Initiatives against the Partition Plan (starting p. 123) --
Emigration Policy and the Haavara Debate (starting p. 126) --
Hitler's Intervention and the Continuation of Jewish Emigration to Palestine (starting p. 140) --
8 Continuation of the Zionist Option (starting p. 145) --
War Plans and Racial Policy (starting p. 145) --
The Economic Ausschaltung (starting p. 148) --
The SS and the Centralization of Emigration Policy (starting p. 151) --
The Limits of the Legal Immigration System (starting p. 157) --
The Promotion of Illegal Immigration to Palestine (starting p. 159) --
Toward the Final Solution (starting p. 163) --
9 Germany, Palestine and the Middle East, 1938-1939 (starting p. 168) --
Shifting Patterns in Hitler's Englandpolitik (starting p. 168) --
German Propaganda and Italian Middle East Policy (starting p. 174) --
Germany and the Arab World, 1938-1939 (starting p. 180) --
10 Conclusions (starting p. 193) --
Appendixes (starting p. 203) --
Notes (starting p. 223) --
Bibliography (starting p. 283) --
Index (starting p. 303)
Responsibility: by Francis R. Nicosia.

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