Ambassador Dodd's Diary 1933-1938

Edited by William and Martha Dodd with introduction by Charles Beard

Published 1941 in the United States of America - First Edition

The choice of Mr. Dodd as the American Ambassador to Germany in 1933 was one of critical importance for the Roosevelt administration and speaks volumes about the nature of Roosevelt himself and the importance of the post. Ambassador Dodd still stands out today as one of America's finest scholars and his work in Germany during his ambassadorship remains critical in understanding the development of Nazism and fascism and the role that was played by certain Americans in that development. Here I include the Introduction and the first page of the diary.

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