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by Wolfgang Schwanitz

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Author:
Wolfgang Schwanitz
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978-1558762992
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155876299X
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Markus Wiener Publishers (January 1, 2004)
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Will the Middle East be the key political region of the 21st Century? The historian, of course, cannot answer this question authoritatively. International relations. Schwanitz, Wolfgang G. {{text}}. Related books and articles.

Will the Middle East be the key political region of the 21st Century? The historian, of course, cannot answer this question authoritatively. Nevertheless, in preparing for such an eventuality, the historian can supply basic knowledge about the past, and thus help lay the basis for a far-sighted policy. The anthology published by Wolfgang G. Schwanitz offers valuable insights about the past.

Wolfgang G. Schwanitz is a German-American Middle East historian. He is a specialist in comparative studies of modern international relations between the United States, the Middle East, and Europe. Born in 1955 in Magdeburg, Schwanitz lived for seven years in Cairo, Egypt, as his parents were diplomats.

Without doubt, the book will succeed in doing s. - - Middle East Journal

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. by Wolfgang Schwanitz. Start by marking Germany And The Middle East: as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He authored 70 book chapters on history and politics of the Middle East in international relations since 1798, as modernity came to the Middle East. Selected bibliography. Germany and the Middle East, 1871–1945, Wiener: Princeton Papers 2004, ed. Germany and the Middle East, 1871–1945, Iberoamericana: Madrid 2004). Germany and the Middle East in the Cold War, University Publishers: Leipzig 2006, ed.

Find nearly any book by Wolfgang G. Schwanitz. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East. by Barry Rubin, Wolfgang G. ISBN 9780300140903 (978-0-300-14090-3) Hardcover, Yale University Press, 2014. Find signed collectible books: 'Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East'. Schwanitz, ed. Deutschland und der Mittlere Osten. 186 pp. ISBN 978-3-937209-48-7. Wolfgang G. Germany and the Middle East 1871-1945. Comparativ: Leipziger Beiträge zur Universalgeschichte und vergleichender ng. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2004. Frankfurt: Vervuert Verlag, 2004. Mirages and Shifting Sands. He is an expert on comparative studies of modern international relations between the United States, the Middle East, and Europe. He authored 61 book chapters on history and politics of the Middle East in international relations since 1798, as modernity came to the Middle East. elected Bibliography. Schwanitz, ‘The German Middle Eastern Policy, 1871–1945,’ in Germany and the Middle East 1871–1945, (Princeton: Markus Wiener, 2004), 11. Cf. Jaschinski, ‘Das deutsch-iranische Verhältnis’: 158–9;Google Scholar

Wolfgang G. Jaschinski, ‘Das deutsch-iranische Verhältnis’: 158–9;Google Scholar. Gerhard L. Weinberg, Hitler’s Foreign Policy: The Road to World War II 1933–1939 (New York: Enigma, 2005), 33–4. 11. See Speer, Spandau, 143; for a good general biography, see Michael Bloch, Ribbentrop (London: Bantam, 1992).

Before World War II, Germany intended Italy to be the main organizing power in the Middle East, replacing British and French rule. A Greater Arabia was to be set up under the influence of the Axis powers of Germany, Italy, and Japan. But initial German victories in the war, particularly the fall of Paris, changed everything. Now the Middle East became a potential battlefield at the crossroads between Asia, Africa, and Europe. For instance, Ankara sent Berlin essential raw materials for its war industry like chrome ore, and it was where the Nazis sold looted gold (mainly confiscated from Jews) for foreign currency. As in World War I, the Germans tried to incite Arab populations to jihad against the allied nations. As the war against the USSR dragged on and the tactics of "Blitzkrieg" failed, the Middle East became more and more important for the Nazis. After the fall of Moscow they regarded this region as the next main battleground for crushing the British Empire, as Adolf Hitler revealed to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem in late 1941, adding that after his victory against the Russians he would pursue the Jews in the Middle East as he was doing already in occupied Europe.

New historical studies about Germany and Afghanistan, the relations between Berlin and Riyad, German archeological research, Arab inmates in Nazi concentration camps, German Middle Eastern paradigms and prominent Germans like Dr. Fritz Grobba, Franz von Papen, and Oskar Ritter von Niedermayer provide here deep insights into that period and region of world history."

Includes a recent discovered document about a visit by the deligation of the Mufti of Jerusalem to the Oranienburg concentration camp. Only the hadcover edition has a bibliography and index

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