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Arms, Autarky and Aggression: A Study in German Foreign Policy, by William Carr
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Carr’s argument is also compelling because it seems to explain the inconsistencies in Nazi foreign policy as well. Want to Read saving…. Carr basically argues that Hitler’s primary motivation was seeking “living space” for Germans to be able to win the historical struggle for racial superiority.
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Arms, Autarky and Aggression: A Study in German Foreign Policy, 1933-1939
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Isaac C marked it as to-read Mar 08, Don’t have an account? It’s a short book and Carr doesn’t provide a ton of primary evidence.