England's place in Hitler's plans for world dominion

  title={England's place in Hitler's plans for world dominion},
  author={Andreas Hillgruber},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  pages={22 - 5}
The place occupied by England' in Hitler's foreign policy is closely linked to the wider issue of whether, as Fiihrer of the German Reich from 1933 to 1945, he can be said to have had any consistent plan determining the outlines of his foreign policy. If he had, the elements of which it was composed have to be identified power politics (in the conventional sense of the term), his subjective views (i.e. derived from his actual or imagined war experience), geopolitics, military economics and… 
The Outbreak of the Second World War
Since the publication of A. J. P. Taylor's The origins of the Second World War in 1961, much has been discovered about Nazi foreign policy during the period before September 1939. The controversy
Imperial Decline and the Colonial Question in Anglo-German Relations 1919-39
and Ottoman empires that she had conquered and occupied, she was, none the less, in full control of them under the Mandates System of the League of Nations. This extension of British rule into German
Germany, Great Britain and the Rashid Ali al-Kilani Revolt of Spring 1941
An abstract of the thesis of James Christian Scott for the Master of Arts in History presented April 24, 1995. Title: Germany, Great Britain and the Rashid Ali al-Kilani Revolt of Spring 1941. There
Arab Nationalism and National Socialist Germany, 1933–1939: Ideologic and Strategic Incompatibility
When Winston Churchill visited Palestine in March, 1921, the debate over the future of Palestine and the recriminations over the broken promises of the past were at a fever pitch. It had become clear
Anglo-German Naval Relations, June 1935 to July 1937
Most accounts of Anglo-German naval relations end with the exchange of notes on 18 June 1935.1 The Naval Agreement’s formal recognition of Nazi Germany’s freedom from the naval clauses of the Treaty
POW ‘Holiday Camps’ in the Third Reich
Among the vast network of POW camps established in Germany during the Second World War were two quite extraordinary camps known as holiday camps, Ferienlager. One of them was for Other Ranks and was
Pas Encore Sérieux: From London to Stresa
Some enthusiasts hopefully hailed the London conversations as the renaissance of the Entente Cordiale. They were wrong. Below the surface of things, the idea had great power. Ministers on both sides
Ideology and International Relations in the Modern World
Raison d'etat Meets the Enlightenment The Birth of Ideology - The French Revolution Conservatives, Liberals and Nationalist Ideology Ideology and Realpolitik Ideology and Mass Democracy Ideology and
Nazi Germany and the Arab World
Introduction 1. Continuity and departure: imperial and Weimar Germany 2. Hitler, race, and the world beyond Europe 3. Germany and the Arab world, 1933-7 4. The coming of war, 1938-9 5. From the


Hitler's remark to an envoy from Horthy, Governor of Hungary
Kriegstagebuch des Oberkommandos der Wehrmacht 1940-45, I