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Europe, 1919-1939 includes Foreign Office reports on the Soviet-Polish border war of 1920-1921, the Baltic States Conference, Franco-Belgian occupation of the Ruhr, the Dawes Plan, the Locarno Treaties, the growth of German national socialism, trade union legislation in Europe, the Polish-Soviet nonaggression pact, Hitler's rise to power, the spread of bolshevism and the growth of Communist parties, Danzig and disputes over the "Polish corridor," the 1935 Anglo-German naval agreement, the Hoare-Laval Pact, the Anti-Cominter Pact, the Austro-German Anschluss, the Munich crisis, the Spanish civil war, and the Anglo-Polish Treaty of Guarantee.

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