The Deutsch-Englische Gesellschaft was the German sister organization of the Anglo-German Fellowship. It was formed in Berlin, Germany, around 1935, under support of the Dienststelle Ribbentrop. The Dienststelle Ribbentrop was created by Ribbentrop in 1935, and was to function parallel to the German foreign ministry. Using unconventional diplomacy, the Dienststelle was to sway British-German relations.
- Waddington, G. T. (1997). "'An idyllic and unruffled atmosphere of complete Anglo-German misunderstanding': Aspects of the Operations of the Dienststelle Ribbentrop in Great Britain, 1934-1938". History 82 (265): 44–72. doi:10.1111/1468-229X.00027.
- "KV/5: DIENSTSTELLE RIBBENTROP". Records of the Security Service. Retrieved 2007-04-16.
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