The Anglo-German Naval Agreement of 1935: An Interim Judgment

@article{Watt1956TheAN,
  title={The Anglo-German Naval Agreement of 1935: An Interim Judgment},
  author={Donald Cameron Watt},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1956},
  volume={28},
  pages={155 - 175}
}
  • D. Watt
  • Published 1 June 1956
  • History
  • The Journal of Modern History
I The main sources used in this study are as follows: (1) the reports of American diplomats in Europe in: U.S., Department of state, Foreign relations of the United States: diplomatic papers, 1934 and 1935 (Washington, in progress) (here cited as U.S. F.R.); (2) the documents cited in evidence at the Nuremberg trial, printed in the two series, Nazi conspiracy and aggression (Washington, 1946) (cited as NCA), and Trial of the major war criminals (Nuremberg, 1949) (documents cited ND and… 
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