Stresemann


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Stresemann

Gustav. 1878--1929, German statesman; chancellor (1923) and foreign minister (1923--29) of the Weimar Republic. He gained (1926) Germany's admission to the League of Nations and shared the Nobel peace prize (1926) with Aristide Briand
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However, Stresemann always remained revisionist in that he also sought to revise and ultimately overcome the Versailles Treaty and the order it had produced (Schmidt, Hellmann, and Wolf 2007: 28-29; Wright 1995: 112).
Most significant, the paper published an article attacking Chancellor Gustav Stresemann (1878-1929) and General Hans von Seeckt (1866-1936), the head of the army (Reichswehr), which reignited the long-simmering dispute between Munich and Berlin over constitutional powers.
Oyle ki Almanya Disisleri Bakani Stresemann ilk defa Fransa'ya resmi bir ziyaret gerceklestirmis, ABD ise Avrupa devletleriyle tekrar isbirligine yonelir tarzda davranmisti.
In 1926, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the Peace Prize to the Foreign Ministers of France and Germany, Aristide Briand and Gustav Stresemann, and the following year to Ferdinand Buisson and Ludwig Quidde, all for their efforts to advance Franco-German reconciliation.
The Fifth Civil Senate of the Federal Court of Justice, following the hearing of 10 February 2012, by the presiding judge Professor Dr Kruger, the judge Dr Stresemann, the judge Dr Czub, and the judges Dr Bruckner and Weinland ruled:
The grant receiver is German Gustav Stresemann Institute.
Gustav Radbruch, leading German legal philosopher of the first half of the twentieth century, and Minister of Justice under Gustav Stresemann, is the person perhaps best associated with this concept.
14-23; Jonathan Wright and Peter Pulzer, "Gus-tav Stresemann and
22) In the same register of reserved answers, Germany also maintains distance from the unionist project, especially since it was in that period that Minister Stresemann, Briand's main German partner, died.
By now a German citizen, he sat as a socialist member of the Reichstag from 1924 to 1933, and served as Finance Minister in both the Stresemann government in 1923 and that of Muller in 1928-29.
Karl Pohl's essay on Gustav Stresemann, who has been the subject of six biographies in recent years, justifies yet another biography with new questions and interpretations.
Thus was established the oreward for good deal-makingo category, and there have been a lot since then: Woodrow Wilson (1919) for his pro-League of Nations diplomacy; Aristide Briand and Gustav Stresemann (1926) for their Franco-German reconciliation at Locarno in the previous year; Willy Brandt (1971) for his Ostpolitik efforts to thaw the Cold War; Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho (1973) for their Vietnam War negotiations; Mikhael Gorbachev (1990) for being so kind as to actually end the Cold War; Anwar al-Sadat and Menachim Begin (1978) for the Egyptian-Israeli peace settlementuplus a number of others.