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Military History - Between the World Wars - General Section
Between the World Wars - General Section
Despite being thought of as a period  bereft of major conflicts, there were in fact many outbreaks of hostilities. Amongst these were the Italian invasion of Ethiopia, the Sino-Japanese War &, of course, the Spanish Civil War - a testing ground for Germany's newly developed weapons & tactics, including strategic bombing against civilians
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DOCUMENTS CONCERNING GERMAN-POLISH RELATIONS AND THE OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES

BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN & GERMANY IN SEPTEMBER 1939. Includes the German Polish-Agreement; statements by Adolf Hitler; German-Polish Discussions; the Anglo-Polish Agreement; the development in Anglo-German Relations; the Deterioration in the local situation at Danzig; Treatment of the German minority in Poland; Developments leading immediately to the outbreak of hostilities. A documentary trail leading to WWII.

1939, HMSO, , ,< E-01>,xxviii + 195pp, covers worn text g, , CARD
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 18259-01..............................£4.00 

DOCUMENTS ON BRITISH FOREIGN POLICY 1919-1939. SECOND SERIES VOL 1 1929/1930

Documents concerning the Anglo-American discussions prior to the London Naval Conference. Includes Mr MacDonald's visit to the US: Correspondence regarding the Five-Power Conference: The London Naval Conference: M Briand's Proposal for European Federal Union: Negotiations with the French and Italian Governments with a view to facilitating a Franco-Italian Naval Agreement: Relations with Germany from the formation of Dr Bruning's administration to the announcement of the Austro-German proposals for a customs union. Appendices on London Naval Treaty: Military situation in Germany.

1946, HMSO, , ,< E-01>,xxxvii + 603pp, blue cloth, Good, ,
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 29429-01..............................£36.00 

EXPOSICION DE MATERIAL DE GUERRA TOMADO AL ENEMIGO

Spanish text. A scarce catalogue of an exhibition, sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs at The Gran Kursal de San Sebastián in August, 1938. It contains approximately sixty black and white photographs and other images illustrating the weapons and armaments captured by the Nationalist Government from the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War. It also contains four engravings by G. Escuder J. M. Sert, Zuloaga and Pedro Muguruza. The buff, card cover is slightly ragged, but generally in good condition. It features an embossed Falange Espanola motif.

1938, Min. of Foreign Affairs, , No ISBN,< E-01>,Large format, c50pp, 60 + b/w images, v/good in slightly chipped, card cover, Span.text, CARD
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 37509-01..............................£80.00 

LES ECRIVAINS ET LA GUERRE D'ESPAGNE

"Writers and the Spanish Civil War". French language. With over 30 contributions from Henri Plard, William Tierney, Paul Ilie, Ignacio Iglesias, Frederick Benson, Salvador de Madariaga, Henri de Montherlant et al.

1975, Pantheon, Paris, Les Dossiers H, France, ,< E-01>,319pp + 16pp of illustrations, bibliographies, large format, Good., Fr.text, CARD
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 28703-01..............................£15.00 

THE DARK VALLEY: A PANORAMA OF THE 1930s
by Piers Brendon

A political and cultural overview of the years before World War II. Focusing on each of the primary staging grounds, the United States, Germany, Italy, France, Britain, Japan, Russia and Spai, the author depicts the circumstances of the Ukrainian famine and the American Dust Bowl, the Night of the Long Knives and the conquest of Ethiopia, the bombing of Guernica, the Anschluss and the great Soviet purges.

2000, Jonathan Cape, , 0224060384,< E-01>,701pp illustrations., Black boards, slightly marked. Slight cracking on front hinge but all attached., ,
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 36712-01..............................£10.00 

THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE
by The Rt.Hon. Neville Chamberlain MP

No d/w Blue boards, rubbed on edges and spine. Foxing on page edges and some margins. The speeches of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain between 1937 and 1939, published to illustrate his aims and purpose during this period. Notes relating to the events leading to the speeches have been added by Arthur Bryant. No publication date but assumed to be contemporary to the period

, Hutchinson, , ,< E-01>,434pp, , ,
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 37413-01..............................£8.00 

LOST BERLIN
by Susanne Everett

The heady days of the 1920s when the city vibrated with new ideas, drama and art into the 1930s. The Advent of Hitler was the kiss of death to this cultural flowering. Many of the icons, Albert Einstein, marlene Dietrich, Arnold Schonberg and Thomas Mann left, and gradually as war clouds loomed over Germany and austerities of war were imposed, the old Berlin slowly died. Illustrated by hundreds and rare photographs, posters and artifacts.

1970, Hamlyn, , 0600355365,< E-01>,208pp. extensively illustrated in colour and black and white photographs., Good in d/w. , ,
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 36044-01..............................£12.00 

WAS GERMANY DEFEATED IN 1918?
by Cyril Falls and John W. Wheeler-Bennett

Oxford Pamphlets on World Affairs No.30. The authors maintain that propaganda in Germany claimed that there was no defeat in 1918 but betrayal 'by Jews and Communists'. The pamphlet describes the campaigns of 1918 leading up to the signing of the Armistice, supported by excerpts from letters and documents.

1940, Oxford Univ.Press.Toronto, , ,< E-01>,31pp. map, Very good in card covers, , CARD
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 37260-01..............................£10.00 

RUSSIA'S ROAD FROM PEACE TO WAR: SOVIET FOREIGN RELATIONS 1917-1941
by Louis Fischer

Dustwrapper torn on spine. Previous owner's name on endpaper. The course of Russia's foreign relations from the Bolshevik revolution to the Nazi invasion of Russia. The author's premise is that the foreign policy of a country can only be understood by close attention to domestic politics and the behaviour of those who rule.

1969, Harper & Row, , ,< E-01>,499pp Foxing on page edges., Good, ,
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 37348-01..............................£20.00 

THE SPANISH ARENA
by William Foss and Cecil Gerahty

With a foreword written by the Duke of Alba, this is a analysis of the Spanish Civil War written from the Nationalist point of view. Spain was a dictatorship under Franco but the Spanish left wanted to transform the country into a Republic. The book describes the events which led up to the war and the opening stages of the struggle, the extent and origins of the Italian and other outside interventions and the International Army which was recruited and poured into the country.

1938, John Gifford, , ,< E-01>,517pp illustrations maps, Blue boards rubbed.Darkened spine. Slight cracking on front hinge. Text unmarked, ,
Subject...Between the World Wars - General
Web No. 33592-01..............................£12.00 

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