Romanian Policy Towards Germany, 1936-40

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ISBN-13:
9780230598188
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PDF
Seiten:
205
Autor:
R. Haynes
Serie:
Studies in Russia and East Europe
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PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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This new book, based on archival research, contests the assumptions that Romania remained pro-Western in the late 1930s and only joined the Axis as a result of Western negligence and German pressure. Instead, Germany was drawn by Romanian politicians into political and economic cooperation with Bucharest. In the event, this proved Romania's undoing. Let down by her German protector, she was forced to cede territory to the Soviet Union, Hungary and Bulgaria. Subsequently, Romania was allowed into the alliance she sought with Germany.
This new book, based on archival research, contests the assumptions that Romania remained pro-Western in the late 1930s and only joined the Axis as a result of Western negligence and German pressure. Instead, Germany was drawn by Romanian politicians into political and economic cooperation with Bucharest. In the event, this proved Romania's undoing. Let down by her German protector, she was forced to cede territory to the Soviet Union, Hungary and Bulgaria. Subsequently, Romania was allowed into the alliance she sought with Germany.
Acknowledgements Abbreviations of Primary Sources Introduction Victor Antonescu and Romania's Foreign Policy Readjustment, September 1936 to December 1937 'Friendly with the Whole World': The Gogo-Cuza Government and the Comnen Foreign Ministry, December 1936 to December 1938 Grigore Gafencu: The Persistence of 'Equilibrium' between the Great Powers, December 1938 to March 1939 From 'Equilibrium' to 'Hand in Hand with Germany', April to October 1939 Germany's Transformation to a 'Fairy Godmother', Autumn 1939 to June 1940 Carol and the Axis, June to September 1940 Conclusion Bibliography Index
This new book, based on archival research, contests the assumptions that Romania remained pro-Western in the late 1930s and only joined the Axis as a result of Western negligence and German pressure. Instead, Germany was drawn by Romanian politicians into political and economic cooperation with Bucharest. In the event, this proved Romania's undoing. Let down by her German protector, she was forced to cede territory to the Soviet Union, Hungary and Bulgaria. Subsequently, Romania was allowed into the alliance she sought with Germany.

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