The United States and Germany: A Diplomatic History

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Cornell University Press, 1985 - Political Science - 336 pages

In this clearly written and scrupulously researched book, Manfred Jonas tells the story of relations between the two countries from America's Declaration of Independence in 1776 to the Nixon administration's recognition of the German Democratic Republic in 1973.

 

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Contents

PREFACE
9
AN ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS
15
THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION
35
THE KAISER AND THEODORE ROOSEVELT
65
THE ROAD TO WAR
95
WAR AND PEACE
125
THE FRUITS OF VERSAILLES
151
THE NEW DEAL AND THE THIRD REICH
194
PEACE AND WAR
236
ALLIES OF A KIND
275
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY
307
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Manfred Jonas is Washington Irving Professor in Modem Literary and Historical Studies at Union College.

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