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Feeding the German Eagle
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Preface Introduction Traditional Interdependence Failed Economic Partnership Talking about Talking Restored Economic Partnership Toward an Economic Alliance The German Plan The Soviet Plan The Final Plan: Part I Gas and Grains for Coal and Cruisers Delivering the Goods New Problems Addressed The Final Plan: Part II Grains for Guns Germany Bites the Hand that Fed It Conclusion Appendices Index

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The first English language study to analyze the development, extent, and importance of the Nazi-Soviet economic relationship from Hitler's ascension to power to the launching of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941.

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EDWARD E. ERICSON III is Chairman of the Department of History at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas./e He has published articles and reviews in a variety of historical and general journals.

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.,."this is an important contribution to the history of German-Soviet relations during the era of the Nazi-Soviet pact as well as to the history of World War II in Europe."-American Historical Review
?...this is an important contribution to the history of German-Soviet relations during the era of the Nazi-Soviet pact as well as to the history of World War II in Europe.?-American Historical Review
?The author's account of the negotiations is sensible and balanced....this book is a timely and scholarly contribution to the history of World War II which will be welcomed by economic and military historians and students of international relations.?-The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
?There is no question that the book makes an original contribution to the body of scholarship that seeks to understand the complicated relationship that existed between Hitler and Stalin and why Hitler finally decided to embark on the operation that ultimately decided the course of the Second World War.?-The Journal of Military History
..."this is an important contribution to the history of German-Soviet relations during the era of the Nazi-Soviet pact as well as to the history of World War II in Europe."-American Historical Review
"The author's account of the negotiations is sensible and balanced....this book is a timely and scholarly contribution to the history of World War II which will be welcomed by economic and military historians and students of international relations."-The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
"There is no question that the book makes an original contribution to the body of scholarship that seeks to understand the complicated relationship that existed between Hitler and Stalin and why Hitler finally decided to embark on the operation that ultimately decided the course of the Second World War."-The Journal of Military History

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