A Conservative Against Hitler: Ulrich Von Hassell: Diplomat by Gregor Schöllgen (auth.)

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The envoy sensed a certain amount of common ground between the two states which would assist in this enterprise, even though it was hidden beneath the details of everyday politics. n If the relationship between them could be improved on this basis, it would also pave the way for a 'genuinely unrestrained co-operation between Germany and the remaining nordic countries'. Incidentally, these last comments were directed to the German foreign minister, Gustav Stresemann, and were designed to persuade him to include a visit to Copenhagen during a planned journey to Sweden.

N If the relationship between them could be improved on this basis, it would also pave the way for a 'genuinely unrestrained co-operation between Germany and the remaining nordic countries'. Incidentally, these last comments were directed to the German foreign minister, Gustav Stresemann, and were designed to persuade him to include a visit to Copenhagen during a planned journey to Sweden. 12 Support for a 'systematic co-operation between Germany and the Scandinavian countries' was not an idee fixe on the part of Hassell.

In order to achieve it, the 'reconstruction of Germany and the re-inclusion of Russia' were essential. They would also be in the interests of Italian policy, to the extent that the aim was 'to liberate it and Europe from the predominance of the allies'. According to Hassell, the analysis was valid not only from a political, cultural and social point of view, but most of all in the sphere of economic development. Here, interest in German-Italian co-operation was genuine and mutual. On one hand, it was necessary to support Italy economically and to involve it in 'German economic projects in the east, particularly in Russia'; Hassell was in no doubt about the importance of Russia within the framework of German policy, in this as in other contexts.

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