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Germany and the League of Nations

Germany and the League of Nations

By Christoph M. Kimmich

University of Chicago Press, 1976, 266 pp.

The central theme is the history of Germany's relations with the League, both before it joined in 1926 and for the seven years it was an active member until Hitler announced Germany's withdrawal; but the broad context is carefully delineated as well, and thus the book affords an authoritative commentary on interwar politics. Meticulously researched, elegantly written, and shrewdly analyzed, this is a model monograph.