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Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945, Fuhrer and Chancellor of Germany
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A personal message from Fritz Wiedemann to Lord Halifax stating that Hitler w...

A personal message from Fritz Wiedemann to Lord Halifax stating that Hitler was determined upon the annexation of the Sudeten German areas, either by war or by peaceful negotiation

Briefing by the Foreign Secretary (Eden)

Briefing by the Foreign Secretary (Eden)

Correspondence advocating peace talks with Hitler in order to stop the destru...

Correspondence advocating peace talks with Hitler in order to stop the destruction and misery of Europe

Correspondence between Lansbury and Pole

Correspondence between Lansbury and Pole

Correspondence written from Berlin: Copy of a despatch from the British Ambas...

Correspondence written from Berlin: Copy of a despatch from the British Ambassador to the Foreign Secretary

Correspondence written from London: Correspondence with Sir Robert Vansittart...

Correspondence written from London: Correspondence with Sir Robert Vansittart, Foreign Office

Correspondence written from London: From Lord Rennell of Rodd

Correspondence written from London: From Lord Rennell of Rodd

London: Philip 11th Marquess of Lothian. Memorandum on his visit to Berlin in...

London: Philip 11th Marquess of Lothian. Memorandum on his visit to Berlin in May 1937, which included an interview with Hitler, 4 May. Typescript

Lord Halifax's note and drafts for his meeting with Hitler

Lord Halifax's note and drafts for his meeting with Hitler

Papers about the visit put together by Lord Halifax

Papers about the visit put together by Lord Halifax

Reply by Lord Halifax: Peace talks could have no useful purpose

Reply by Lord Halifax: Peace talks could have no useful purpose