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German Polish relations, 1918-1933

Harald Von Riekhoff

German Polish relations, 1918-1933

by Harald Von Riekhoff

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Published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germany -- Foreign relations -- Poland,
  • Poland -- Foreign relations -- Germany,
  • Germany -- Foreign relations -- 1918-1933,
  • Poland -- Foreign relations -- 1918-1933

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHarald von Riekhoff.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 421 p.
    Number of Pages421
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23828350M

    East and West Germany have been unified since the publication of the Republikaner map and the German government has signed several treaties, such as the German-Polish treaties on boundaries (November ) and on friendship and cooperation (June ), but the issue of German national territory is still not laid to rest. Book Reviews. The Writing of History in the Soviet Union. German Social Democracy Confronts the Problem of Anti-Semitism, Die Juden und die deutsche Linke in der Weimarer Republik. Donald L. Niewyk and Hans-Helmuth Knutter. German-Polish Relations,

    German Bases in the Soviet Union In , the Germans established a Panzerschule named Kama in Kazan. It was to teach both the practical and the theoretical. By , the basic infrastructure had been built at the base and the first Panzers started arriving; six ton tanks (BMW engines; 75mm main gun) and three ton tanks armed.   TREATMENT OF GERMAN MINORITY IN POLAND. No. Sir H. Kennard to Viscount Halifax. (Telegraphic.) Warsaw, Aug WHILE I am of course not in a position to check all the allegations made by the German press of minority persecutions here, I am satisfied from enquiries I have made that the campaign is a gross distortion and exaggeration of the facts.

      The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, Vol Issue 1, , Pages –, “The relations between the Polish and the German districts of our Order have proved to be so lively and warm that a cordial personal relationship between you and me will be the Ostjuden in Deutschland. –, Hamburg , pp. 17–27, – Author: Anna Novikov. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.


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German-Polish Relations, Hardcover – October 1, by Professor Harald von Riekhoff (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover 1918-1933 book retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, October 1, Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Von Riekhoff, Harald, German-Polish relations, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [] (OCoLC) The Foreign Worker and the German Labor Movement: Xenophobia and Solidarity in the Coal Fields of the Ruhr, () Riekhoff, Harald von.

German-Polish Relations, (). Sobczak, Janusz. "The Centenary of Polish Emigration To Rhineland-Westphalia," Polish Western Affairs () 11#1 pp – Wynot, Edward D.

German-Polish Relations, by Professor Harald Von Riekhoff starting at $ German-Polish Relations, has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. German-Polish Relations, IHJR; Korbel, Josef. Poland Between East and West: Soviet and German Diplomacy Toward Poland, (Princeton UP, ).

Kulski, W.W. Germany and Poland: From War to Peaceful Relations () Lukowski, Jerzy. The. German-Polish Disputes: Danzig, the Polish Corridor and East Prussia (Foreign Policy Reports v9 #9; ), by Shepard Stone (multiple formats at ) Correspondence Between H.M. Government in the United Kingdom and the German Government, August (London: HMSO, ), by Great Britain and Germany, ed.

by Great Britain. "Citino's work offers a tactical, strategic, and operational view of the inter-war German army as a fighting organization, describing in detail the process by which the Reichswehr, the armed forces of the Weimar Republic, attempted to prepare an effective defence of German territory against the threat of Polish attack down to and the 1918-1933 book by: 5.

Von Riekhoff, Harald. German-Polish Relations, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, In his book, Von Reikhoff concludes that the main source of strife between Germany and Poland after was the Polish Corridor boundary. The Second Polish Republic, commonly known as interwar Poland, refers to the country of Poland in the period between the First and Second World Wars (–).

Officially known as the Republic of Poland (Polish: Rzeczpospolita Polska), the state was re-established inin the aftermath of World War Second Republic ceased to exist inwhen Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany Capital: Warsaw, 52°14′N 21°1′E / °N °E. Riekhoff, H. von.

German-Polish Relations, (Johns Hopkins University Press ) Rothschild, J. Piłsudski's Coup d'État (New York: Columbia University Press ) Seidner, Stanley S. "The Camp of National Unity: An Experiment in Domestic Consolidation," The Polish Review 20. Welcome to Plum Run Books.

We are thankful for the record book sales we have enjoyed thus far in Like everyone else, we're now essentially shut-ins, reading books in our library and knowing that many are suffering during this difficult time.

As a thank you to our customers, we've slashed the prices on more than items in our store to lowest-ever levels, and all other items are on sale.

Filed under: Germany -- Foreign relations -- France. Le Rôle de la France: 43 Ans de Politique Pacifique et Conciliante Envers l'Allemagne, (in French; Bordeaux: G. Delmas, ), by Pierre Albin (page images here at Penn) Briefe aus Frankfurt und Paris (2/2) (in German), by Friedrich von Raumer (Gutenberg ebook).

Harald Von Riekhoff is the author of Unequal Partners ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Unequal Partners ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Ca. In the main this book speaks for itself. It is an attempt to trace the varying relationship between Soviet Russia and the Germany ofthat is, roughly the period of the Weimar Republic.

The relationship itself was compounded of three elements -- diplomatic, political (i.e. the connection between the Comintern and the German Communist. Danzig and German Foreign Policy(New Haven and London, ), also Harald von Riekhoff, German-Polish Relations,(Baltimore and London, ).

Von Riekhoff, Harald. German-Polish Relations, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, In his book, Von Reikhoff concludes that the main source of strife between Germany and Poland after was the Polish Corridor boundary.

Historiography on Weimar Foreign Policy, German-Soviet Relations, and the Treaty of Rapallo, II. From Brest-Litovsk to Berlin, 1. The Early Contacts - POWs and Informal Relations 2. The Polish-Soviet War and German-Soviet Military Contacts 3. Economic Relations and the First German-Soviet Treaty 4.

I don't think we can say that it is a "fact" at all that Polish AA guns fired upon a German civilian plane. What we have is German official reports of that happening (containing glaring mistakes, it seems), these reports being commented upon in the foreign press, and then the technical and organisational fact that there were functional and manned Polish AA guns on the Hel peninsula.

On German revisionist goals and tactics at this time, see Harald von Riekhoff, German-Polish Relations, (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins Press, ), ch. 9; favorable review by the then dean of Polish diplomatic historians of the interwar period, Henryk Batowski, Przegląd Zachodni,no.

Further evidence of the Polish breaches of International and Military Law, in so far as it concerns the treatment of German prisoners of war and Germans killed in action, has been placed in safety elsewhere and has not been included in this book, as well as that of numerous acts of atrocity committed on minority Germans before the outbreak of war.

THE POLISH REVIEW Vol. XVII, No. 2 Spring, POLISH LIBERALISM, The Question of Cosmopolitanism and National Identity George T. Bujarski 3 BOLESEAW LIMANOWSKI AND THE NATIONALITY PROBLEMS OF THE POLISH EASTERN BORDERLANDS Kazimiera J. Cottam 38 THE POLISH UPRISING IN THE MIRROR OF HUNGARIAN LITERATURE Ervin C.

Brody   The British War Blue Book (Miscellaneous No. 9): Documents Concerning German–Polish Relations and the Outbreak of Hostilities Between Great Britain and Germany on September 3, (Toronto, ), p.

by: 1. In its revisions and arguments, the book is stimulating, while the research, particularly the use of Prussian archival material in Polish cities, is highly impressive. Before turning to the revisionist narrative, it is worth stressing that Bergien proposes a new methodological approach to the study of civil–military relations in the Weimar Author: William Mulligan.