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    This is an excellent and fascinating history of an important time in world history. Written around the perspective of two participants (US ambassador William E Dodd and his daughter) gives insight into the changing understanding of Hitler and Germany from 1933. We often claim that other European and US diplomatic corps and governments should have done more in the lead up to World War 2. Instead I am left with the question of how effective could they really have been even if they had been as strong as a few individuals were. Perhaps .... just perhaps it could have been different.
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    Intrigue and Diplomacy in Naziland

    Old but New World Jeffersonian poise and discernment in the tumult of Old World barbarism and thuggery.

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