Our man in Berlin: the diary of Sir Eric Phipps, 1933-1937
Sir Eric Phipps was British ambassador to Berlin during the crucial period between Hitler's decision ot withdraw Germany from the League of Nations to his decision to become involved in the Spanish Civil War. His diary offers a unique and often witty evaluation of Hitler and other leading Nazis and their domestic and foreign policies from 1933-1937. The diary entries are supplemented by linking contextual text as well as short biographies of key figures and suggested additional reading.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Abyssinia air force air pact alliance Ambassador Anglo-French Anglo-German Anglo-German Naval Agreement Anschluss armaments attitude Austria Avon Baron von Neurath Based on Phipps believed Berlin Blomberg Britain Britain and France British and French British government Cabinet Chancellor colonies conversation DBFP declared DGFP diary diplomatic disarmament discuss Eastern Pact Eden's embassy England Europe European Facing the Dictators favour Fiihrer Foreign Affairs Foreign Office France Franco-Soviet Francois-Poncet French government Fuhrer Geneva German Government German rearmament Germany's Gobbels Goring Goring's Herr Hitler Herr von Papen Herr von Ribbentrop Italian Italy Laval League of Nations London Majesty's Government Memorandum ment military Ministry for Foreign Mussolini Naval Agreement Nazi negotiations Paris party peace Phipps to Simon plebiscite political rapprochement realise regarding regime Reichstag Reichswehr replied Rhineland Russia Saar sanctions Sargent Schacht Soviet Union speech Stresa Stresa front tion Treaty of Locarno Treaty of Versailles Vansittart