Dokumentation Obersalzberg

Fenster schliessen | Drucken




Nazi Foreign Policy

National Socialist foreign policy was Hitler's foreign policy. Anti-Semitism, anti-Bolshevism, and the seizing of Lebensraum (living space) are the key terms that define his foreign policy, whose ultimate aim was "racially" justified world domination. The traditional ideas of Wilhelminian imperialism were linked with geopolitical claims to power and a biological utopia of domination. By the fall of 1937 Hitler had gained freedom of movement in the area of foreign policy and went over to expansionist politics, whereby Obersalzberg increasingly served as the backdrop for the presentation of Hitler the "statesman".

"Volk ohne Raum" (A People Without Space) by Hans Grimm
More Info >>

Full-page newspaper advertisement placed by the firm Asbach & Co.
More Info >>

Regaining the Saar region
More Info >>

The plebiscite in Austria 1938
More Info >>

The "Munich Agreement"
More Info >>

The "Munich Agreement" II
More Info >>

The National Socialist system of alliances
More Info >>

Unleashing the Second World War
More Info >>



Fenster schliessen | Drucken