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 Mr Bewley in Berlin: aspects of the career of an Irish Diplomat, 1933-1939
Andreas Roth

 Irish Times
'Charles Bewley, Ireland's Minister to Berlin from 1933 to 1939, was a Nazi sympathiser and a rampant anti-Semite. The Department of External Affairs was aware of his views before he was posted to Berlin and Bewley was undoubtedly a strange and ill-considered appointment. However, the combination of his beliefs and his posting make Bewley a compelling and intriguing subject for biographers. This short biography of a deeply flawed diplomat makes engaging reading ' Michael Kennedy, 27 January 2001


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