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Book Review of Nazi Foreign Policy, 1933-1941: The Road to Global War

Posted by William Young on May 31, 2013

William Young:

An outstanding concise look at Hitler’s foreign policy that led to World War II.

Originally posted on International History:

Christian Leitz. Nazi Foreign Policy, 1933-1941: The Road to Global War. The Third Reich Series. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN 0-415-17423-6. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Pp. 192. $136.00.

LeitzThe study of German foreign policy leading up to the outbreak of the Second World War in Europe has continued to interest and fascinate students and scholars.  Even so, the last decade has seen fewer studies available to an English reading audience.  One such study, due to be published in a paperback edition this year, is Dr Christian Leitz’s study of Nazi foreign policy from 1933 to 1941.  Leitz, formerly an Associate Professor at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, is currently Head of Corporate Responsibility Management and Historical Archives at UBS AG in Switzerland.  He is known for his studies Economic Relations Between Nazi Germany and Franco’s Spain, 1936-1945 (1996) and Sympathy for the Devil: Neutral Europe and Nazi Germany in World War II

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One Response to “Book Review of Nazi Foreign Policy, 1933-1941: The Road to Global War

  1. William Young said

    Reblogged this on The War Studies Group.

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