Back Door to War Roosevelt Foreign Policy 1933 - 1941 by Charles Callan Tansill

By Charles Callan Tansill

Again Door to War
Roosevelt overseas coverage from 1933-1941.

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Occupation of the Ruhr would paralyze German industry and seriously affect reparations and British trade with Germany. In order to counter this French policy of pressure, German workers in the Ruhr laid down their tools. , pp. 18-19. , pp. 22-25. Ambassador Child to Secretary Hughes, Rome, October 24, 1922. 00R296/5, MS, National Archives. 16 Ambassador Herrick to Secretary Hughes, Paris, November 22, 1922. 00R29/2184, MS, National Archives. 17 Secretary Hughes to Mr. Boyden, November 24, 1922.

They should also have realized that no great power would be content to remain in the financial and political chains that were riveted upon Germany under the terms of the plan. In this regard the Commercial and Financial Chronicle made some highly pertinent remarks : Nothing like the proposed procedure is to be found in history. Germany is to be taken over and administered in the same way as a corporation no longer able to meet its obligations is taken over by the law and transferred to the hands of the bankruptcy commissioners.

This action so deeply angered Hitler that he began to sound out the Soviet Government with reference to a treaty that would mean the fourth partition of Poland. Polish diplomats had not learned the simple lesson that concessions may prevent a catastrophe. (3) UPPER SILESIA During the sessions of the Paris Peace Conference the decision with reference to Upper Silesia was one of the clearest indications that hysteria and not objective history guided the conclusions of some of the American experts.

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