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Arms, Autarky and Aggression: A Study in German Foreign Policy, 1933-1939

Lucy Nichols marked it as to-read May 14, Want to Read avgression. With this at the center of Nazi policy, Carr draws a connection between Hitler’s drive east, his relentless focus on rearmament, and his desire for German autarky.

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