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

Author Name Keith WILSON
Other Informations 2014 158 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-509-3
Price 18.00 USD
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