Stresemann and the Politics of the Weimar Republic

Stresemann and the Politics of the Weimar Republic

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Princeton University Press

Largely because Gustav Stresemann's fame rests on his accomplishments as Germany’s foreign minister during the Weimar Republic, little has been written about his equally important part in the domestic politics of Germany. Beginning with the emergence of the Republic in the autumn of 1918, Professor Turner charts Stresemann’s rise in only three and a half years from member of the German Reichstag to Chancellor of the Republic. Using information drawn from Stresemann’s private papers, and concentrating on the interrelation of Stresemann’s domestic and foreign policies, the author presents here a well-balanced study of the complex man who, sometimes by sheer will alone, held the new German Republic together.

Originally published in 1963.

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Publisher: Princeton, New Jersey :, Princeton University Press,, 1965
Copyright Date: Ă1963
ISBN: 9781400879168
1400879167
0691624607
9780691624600
9780691007588
9780691051574
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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