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Confrontation in Central Europe: Weimar Germany and Czechoslovakia

Confrontation in Central Europe: Weimar Germany and Czechoslovakia

By F. Gregory Campbell

University of Chicago Press, 1975, 383 pp.

Intensive research in the diplomatic records of Bonn, Paris, and London (but not the closed archives in Prague) provides the central material for this excellent monograph. Weimar Germany's aspirations for a dominant role in Central Europe come through clearly. The long bibliographical essay will be helpful to scholars.