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Gustav Stresemann

Data di nascita: 10. Maggio 1878
Data di morte: 3. Ottobre 1929

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Gustav Stresemann è stato un politico tedesco, Cancelliere del Reich e ministro degli Esteri nel periodo della Repubblica di Weimar e Premio Nobel per la Pace nel 1926 con Aristide Briand.

Importante la sua politica di riconciliazione con l'Intesa, che portò alla stipulazione del Patto di Locarno e all'ingresso tedesco nella Società delle Nazioni .

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„Great Germany can only be created on a republican basis.“

— Gustav Stresemann
Speech (13 April 1919), quoted in Jonathan Wright, Gustav Stresemann: Weimar's Greatest Statesman (Oxford University Press, 2004), p. 135.

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„There are States with which we are at odds, and which could not be in any case our natural allies... It is thus my opinion that the interests of Germany do not coincide with those of the small Powers.“

— Gustav Stresemann
Diary entry (October 1927), quoted in W. M. Knight-Patterson, Germany. From Defeat to Conquest 1913-1933 (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1945), p. 412.

„We... would nevertheless make it clear that entirely independent political structures are impossible here [in the Baltic]... They cannot lead an isolated existence between the colossi of West and East. We hope that they will seek and find this support with us. The German occupation will have to continue for a long time, lest the anarchy we have just been combating should arise again. We shall have to safeguard the position of the Germans, a position consistent with their economic and cultural achievements... Herr Scheiddemann, said that we have made ourselves new enemies in the world through our push in the East... Had we continued the negotiations, we should still be sitting with Herr Trotski in Brest Litovsk. As it is, the advance has brought us peace in a few days and I think we should recognise this and not delude ourselves, particularly as regards the East, that if by resolutions made here in the Reichstag or through our Government's acceptance of the entirely welcome initiative of His Holiness the Pope, we had agreed to a peace without indemnities and annexations, we should have had peace in the East. In view of our situation as a whole, I should regard a fresh peace offer as an evil. My chief objection is against the detachment of the Belgian question from the whole complex of the question of peace. It is precisely if Belgium is not to be annexed that Belgium is the best dead pledge we hold, notably as regards England. The restoration of Belgium before we conclude peace with England seems to me an utter political and diplomatic impossibility... There is a great difference between the first set of terms at Brest-Litovsk and the ultimatum that we have now presented, and the blame for this change rests with those who refused to come to an agreement with Germany and who, consequently, must now feel her power. We are just as free to choose between understanding and the exploitation of victory in the case of the West, and I hope that these eight or fourteen days that have elapsed between the first set of peace terms in Brest-Litovsk and the second set, may also have an educational effect in that direction.“

— Gustav Stresemann
Speech in the Reichstag (25 February 1918), quoted in W. M. Knight-Patterson, Germany. From Defeat to Conquest 1913-1933 (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1945), pp. 159-160.

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„International indebtedness involves not only the usual slavery of debt, but the interest of the creditor nations in the debtor country.“

— Gustav Stresemann
Article for Zeit (20 April 1924), quoted in W. M. Knight-Patterson, Germany. From Defeat to Conquest 1913-1933 (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1945), p. 348.

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„We regard the ultimate aim of our efforts as the establishment of a German popular monarchy.“

— Gustav Stresemann
Interview with The New York Times (4 April 1924), quoted in W. M. Knight-Patterson, Germany. From Defeat to Conquest 1913-1933 (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1945), p. 347.

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