Konstantin von Neurath, Baron Biography

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Baron Konstantin von Neurath was a German diplomat who served as Adolph Hitler's foreign minister from 1933 to 1938. As foreign minister he participated in the actions that led to Nazi Germany acquiring Austria and Czechoslovakia through the threat of force. Although he fell out of favor with Hitler during World War II, he was indicted by the International Military Tribunal (IMT) for war crimes and was tried with other prominent Nazis at Nuremberg.

Neurath was born on February 2, 1873 in Wurttemberg, Germany. After studying law at the universities of Tubingen and Berlin, Neurath entered the German diplomatic service in 1901. He moved slowly through the ranks, and after World War I he became an ambassador. In 1919 he was appointed ambassador to Denmark. In 1922 he became the ambassador to Italy and in 1930 went to Great Britain to represent Germany.

In 1932 Neurath was recalled to Berlin to serve as the foreign minister in...

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