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Baltic states and Weimar Ostpolitik

John Hiden

Baltic states and Weimar Ostpolitik

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germany -- Foreign relations -- Baltic States.,
  • Baltic States -- Foreign relations -- Germany.,
  • Germany -- Foreign relations -- 1918-1933.,
  • Germany -- Foreign relations -- 1933-1945.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p243-265 - Includes index.

    StatementJohn Hiden.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDD120.B2/
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,276p. :
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22373353M
    ISBN 100521320372

    The Munich Pact Sept. A drive to collectivize the remaining privately held farmland was started in Moving in the wake of German merchants, a monk named Meinhard had landed at the mouth of the Daugava river in present-day Latvia in This was approved by Courland's German nobility on September 22,

    The campaigns of the 12th and 13th cent. Estonia's Baltic German population was smaller, so as Estonians continued to fill professional positions such as law and medicine, there was less of a leadership role for the Baltic Germans. Adolf Hitler gave Joseph Stalin free rein over these countries and he made immediate use of this to set up Soviet military bases in Estonia and Latvia in late Germany shares its entire southern boundary with Switzerland and Austria. Hitler followed this by concluding an alliance with Fascist Italy see Axisby interfering in the Spanish Civil War —39 in support of the Insurgents led by Franco, and by annexing Austria Mar. Bonn was the seat of government.

    He was succeeded by Helmut Schmidtthe finance minister. During —47 there was a serious shortage of food, caused by the crippled state of the German economy and by poor harvests; this situation was intensified in W Germany by the arrival of about 10 million ethnic German refugees from the Soviet zone and the former German territories of E central Europe. Between and approximately Baltic German ruling class enjoyed great autonomy from the Imperial government and achieved great political influence in the Imperial court. He also, however, consistently tried to broaden political relations between the West and the Soviet bloc. Also, large-scale building programs were undertaken in the cities. During the next three centuries German-speaking soldiers, clergymen, merchants and craftsmen constituted the majority of the quickly growing urban population, as the native inhabitants usually were prohibited from settling there.


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Baltic states and Weimar Ostpolitik by John Hiden Download PDF Ebook

Hard coal and lignite are mined. Brandt believed that collaboration with the communists would foster German-German encounters and trade that would undermine the communist government over the long term.

They were then considered Baltic Germans as well. Popular dissent in East Germany gave rise to an independent citizen's action group, New Forum. In Brandt signed the Treaty of Moscowrenouncing the use of force and recognizing the current European borders.

Deutschland, officially Federal Republic of Germany, republic est. For years, the knights on the shores of the eastern Baltic had support from the Holy Roman Empire. The dark period of the Great Interregnum —73 ended with the election of Rudolf Icount of Hapsburg see Hapsburgas German king, but neither he nor his successors could create a centralized monarchy.

Many Germans sold their properties and emigrated to Scandinavia or Western Europe.

From Ostpolitik to Reunification

Destruction of cultural heritage in the Soviet Baltics — During the year-long occupation of the Baltic statesSoviet occupation authorities governing the Estonian SSR and the Latvian SSRpolitically empowered by their victory in World War IIwere keen to erase any traces of ethnic German rule in past centuries.

They were then considered Baltic Germans as well. The mutual recognition opened Baltic states and Weimar Ostpolitik book door for both states to join the United Nations, as the Federal Republic's claim to representing the entire German nation was essentially dropped by the act of recognizing its Eastern counterpart.

Baltische Landeswehr units took Riga on May 22, which was followed by White Terror in which up to 2, people, mostly Latvians, were shot as suspected Bolshevik supporters.

In the same year, legislation was passed providing for the creation of West German armed forces. The Allies again insisted that the Germans withdraw their remaining troops from Latvia, and intervened to impose a ceasefire between the Estonians and the Freikorps when the Estonians were about to march into Riga.

During the next three centuries German-speaking soldiers, clergymen, merchants and craftsmen constituted the majority of the quickly growing urban population, as the native inhabitants usually were prohibited from settling there.

United Baltic Duchy

On October 10, the Estonian parliament expropriated 1, estates Since unification, however, Germany has faced the economic challenge of transforming the former East Germany from a deteriorating command economy dependent on low-quality heavy industrial products to a technologically advanced market economy.

Unknown to the general public, the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union was only 2 to Baltic states and Weimar Ostpolitik book months away, and this was Hitler's last chance to transfer these people in peacetime conditions.

At the end of the s, Sweden introduced the reduction also in the Baltic provinces meaning that properties held by nobility became the property of the Crown. Christian Wulff, a deputy leader of the CDU, was elected president in June,but the fact that it took three ballots for him to Baltic states and Weimar Ostpolitik book was seen as a sign of displeasure within the governing coalition over government policies.

Larger properties, real estate and businesses were sold over a longer period of time by a special German commission to local governments. All border crossings to West Germany were opened, and the East German government began to dismantle sections of the Berlin Wall. Emperor Arnulf reunited the kingdom, but during his reign —99 and that of his son Louis the Child —last of the Carolingian kings of Germany, the Norsemen, Slavs, and Magyars began to make devastating inroads.

Baltische Landeswehr units took Riga on May 22, which was followed by White Terror in which up to 2, people, mostly Latvians, were shot as suspected Bolshevik supporters. In the east, industrial centers are located along and near the Elbe River and its tributaries.

Later inAdenauer retired and was replaced as chancellor by Ludwig Erhardalso a Christian Democrat and an expert on economics. The appointed Regency Council consisting of four Baltic Germans, three Estonians and three Latvians functioned until 28 Novemberwithout any international recognition, except Germany.

Several families in Corner Brook built, operated and worked in the cement and gypsum plants that provided essential material for the creation of Newfoundland's infrastructure after Confederation.The Baltic States and Weimar Ostpolitik. By John Hiden. Cambridge University Press.

xi + pp. £ The history of the Baltic states during their brief independent existence in the interwar years is invariably treated as a footnote to Russo-German relations. For many of us Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were 'faraway countries' which.

The Germans ultimately became a dominant minority, particularly in the urban centres and commercial life of the Baltic states, especially Latvia and even in Estonia, well into the twentieth century. Reformation. By the supporters of the reformed faith had managed to secure the upper hand in Riga, and were making headway in Dorpat too.

At Capital and largest city: Riga, 56°57′N 24°6′E /. Baltic States.

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