Franz von Papen
also bet that he could tame a dictatorial demagogue.
His Excellency The Honorable Ambassador Franz von Papen
In deepest dedication On nth November 1940 Given by Joachim von Ribbentrop Foreign Minister of the German Reich.
Military attache Franz von Papen
was expelled from the country, with charges relating to arson at munitions factories only dropped after he became German chancellor in 1932.
Bielaski was actually able to wrestle enough information from his prisoner to implicate von Papen
and others at the German embassy in Washington.
En qualite de directeur de la police secrete du Dominion, l'inspecteur MacNutt s'efforce de proteger la frontiere canadienne contre un reseau de saboteurs allemands dirige, a partir de New York, par les capitaines Franz von Papen
et Karl Boy Ed.
As head of the Dominion Secret Police, Inspector MacNutt has been attempting to keep the Canadian border secure against a network of German saboteurs run out of New York by Captains Franz von Papen
and Karl Boy-Ed.
En varias ocasiones se ha relacionado a Von Papen
con asuntos de espionaje; pero hasta ahora ninguna prueba confirma que su viaje de 1914 se relacionara con intereses militares en Mexico.
La oficina fue dirigida por el mayor George Nicolaus junto con el teniente coronel Friedrich Karl von Schelebruegge, pariente del excanciller Franz von Papen
, lo que dejaba ver la importancia que tenia la nueva sede de espionaje.
The treaty, which involved the German hierarchy agreeing to withdraw from all social and political action, was negotiated at the highest level between Hitler personally (through Franz von Papen
, his vice chancellor) and Pacelli on behalf of Pius XI.
So von Papen
asked for a private meeting with Hitler.
He traces the changes in the Japanese aristocracy's interaction with the Mexican diplomats they initially rebuffed and the evolution of Alfonso XII's pursuit of a "modernized hispanismo" in the form of an Ibero-American Commonwealth, as well as the daily activities of Franz von Papen
, who planned to sabotage the Panama Canal and organize leftist militants to slow down Allied war production during World War I, and Wilhelm Canaris, the military and naval intelligence officer who worked to ensure that German armaments capabilities continued to develop despite official proscriptions aimed at ensuring disarmament.
The letters also showed something of the nature of interaction with defendants, perceptions of the on-going trials of Nazis, consideration of the other prosecutors, including the Russians, and, surprisingly, regular discussions between Thomas Dodd and two particular Nuremberg defendants, Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel (found guilty and executed) and Hitler's Reich Vice Chancellor to 1934, Franz von Papen
(sentenced to eight years of hard labor).