Gustav Stresemann - 
      Jonathan Wright

Gustav Stresemann

Weimar's Greatest Statesman

«Wright presents a rich multifaceted picture that soildly rests on contemporary evidence...well written book»

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Gustav Stresemann was the exceptional German political figure of his time. His early death in 1929 has long been viewed as the beginning of the end for the Weimar Republic and the opening through which Hitler was able to come to power. Les mer
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Gustav Stresemann was the exceptional German political figure of his time. His early death in 1929 has long been viewed as the beginning of the end for the Weimar Republic and the opening through which Hitler was able to come to power. This work talks about Gustav Stresemann - Weimar's Greatest Statesman.
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Forlag: Oxford University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780199273294
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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«Wright presents a rich multifaceted picture that soildly rests on contemporary evidence...well written book»

Klaus Schwabe Journal of European Integration History

«This biography is detailed, shows measured judgment, and leaves a sympathetic impression of its subject ... the book presents a powerful image of a deeply patriotic politician.»

Raffael Scheck, The German Quarterly

«Wright's book is monumental in its research.»

Ron Grant, History Teaching Review

«Scholars will find it the most thorough, up-to-date political study of Stresemann available in English.»

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«It is an elegantly-written book that persuasively makes the case for Stresemann's indispensability to the poor old Weimar Republic.»

Niall Ferguson, Books of the Year, Sunday Telegraph
Introduction ; 1. 'The Child is father of the Man': 1878-1901 ; 2. 'A hunger for power': Business and Politics, 1901-1914 ; 3. 'For the greater, freer Germany of the future': War, 1914-1918 ; 4. 'We are and reamin independent towards the Right and the Left': Accommodation and Opposition, October 1918-June 1920 ; 5. 'The Latchkey to Power': Building a Coalition of the Centre, June 1920-December 1922 ; 6. 'All but political suicide': Ruhr Occupation and Chancellor, 1923 ; 7. 'A gleam of light on the otherwise dark horizon': The Dawes Plan and the Road to Locarno, 1924-1925 ; 8. Locarno and the League, 1925-1926 ; 9. Peaceful Revision in the Balance, 1927-1928 ; 10. 1929: Stresemann or Hugenberg? ; 11. Conclusion ; Bibliography ; Index