Men and powers: a political retrospective
Former chancellor of West Germany Helmut Schmidt writes a candid account of his encounters and confrontations with key leaders of the United States, the Soviet Union and China. 32 pages of halftones and 5 maps.
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Soviet Strategy and German Interests
Brezhnev in Langenhorn
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