DIRECTIONS OF TRAVEL GREAT BRITAIN AND THE GREAT POWERS BEFORE AND AFTER THE GREAT WAR

DIRECTIONS OF TRAVEL GREAT BRITAIN AND  THE GREAT POWERS BEFORE  AND AFTER THE GREAT WAR Foreword Preface: Envisaging ‘contingencies’: British projections of Der Tag 1. Defining ‘Diplomatic Revolution’: a case study, 1898-1908 2. Britain and Germany: Directions of Travel: the Earl of Selborne, the Cabinet, and the Threat from Germany, 1900-1904 3. Britain and Germany: ‘Most Obedient and Devoted Servants’: some correspondence of certain British Naval Persons with Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1908-1914 4. Britain and the Ottoman Empire: Reality-Check, 1906-7: the British Government recognises the limitations of its power of offence against the Ottoman Empire 5. Britain and Russia: ‘Repose on our Indian Frontier’: Sir Edward Grey and the Russian Empire 6. Britain and France: the Portrayal of France by the Opponents of the Channel Tunnel, 1880-1930 7. Austria-Hungary and Germany: Hamlet without the Prince: Terrorism at the Outbreak of the Great War 8. Notes of the Non-Interventionists, 1911-1914 9. Britain and the ‘re-education’ of Germany, 1917-1920 10. The Study of International History in Britain in the aftermath of the Great War Reviews
 
Author
Keith WILSON
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978-975-428-509-3
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