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An analysis of communications between opponents to Hitler in Germany and the British government during the "Phoney War" (September 1939-May 1940) / by Donald Booth

Publication | Library Call Number: DD256.3 .B66 1994

It is the objective of this thesis to examine contacts between the British government and German opponents to Hitler during the "Phoney War" (September 1939-May 1940). Throughout this nine month period opponents to Nazism within Germany sought both material and moral support from the British government for an overthrow of the National Socialist regime. This work analyzes the channels through which communication between the German opposition and the British government were established and the nature of the discussions which took place. The work also examines the British reaction to the German overtures.

Format
Book
Author/Creator
Booth, Donald.
Published
1994
Includes bibliographical references
Language
English
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