Hitler's ambivalent attache; Lt. Gen. Friedrich von Boetticher in America, 1933-1941.1574888773
Hitler's ambivalent am·biv·a·lent
Exhibiting or feeling ambivalence.
Adj. 1. attache ATTACHE. Connected with, attached to. This word is used to signify those persons who are attached to a foreign legation. An attache is a public minister within the meaning of the Act of April 30, 1790, s. 37, 1 Story's L. U. S. ; Lt. Gen. Friedrich von Boetticher in America, 1933-1941.
Beck, Alfred M.
Potomac Books, Inc.
Friedrich von Boetticher, Germany's only military attache accredited accredited
recognition by an appropriate authority that the performance of a particular institution has satisfied a prestated set of criteria.
cattle herds which have achieved a low level of reactors to, e.g. to the U.S. between the world wars, embodied em·bod·y
tr.v. em·bod·ied, em·bod·y·ing, em·bod·ies
1. To give a bodily form to; incarnate.
2. To represent in bodily or material form: all the ambiguities and dilemmas faced by the old German officer corps in dealing with the Nazi state in peace and war. Beck, a historian and publisher in several U.S. Department of Defense historical programs, examines the ambivalent reports Boetticher submitted to Hitler and the German High Command and the consequences of those reports on Germany's engagement with the U.S. in World War II. Distributed by Books International.
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