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The unfinished peace after World War I : America, Britain and the stabilisation of Europe, 1919-1932, Patrick O. Cohrs

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The unfinished peace after World War I : America, Britain and the stabilisation of Europe, 1919-1932
Title
The unfinished peace after World War I
Title remainder
America, Britain and the stabilisation of Europe, 1919-1932
Statement of responsibility
Patrick O. Cohrs
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
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Cohrs, Patrick O
Dewey number
  • 940.5-Q
  • 327.09042
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Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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World politics
Label
The unfinished peace after World War I : America, Britain and the stabilisation of Europe, 1919-1932, Patrick O. Cohrs
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0733/2006282531-b.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 623-650) and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • dawning of a Progressive Pax Americana in Europe? -- Towards the Locarno pact: Britain's quest for a new European concert, 1924-1925 -- Regression?: US policy and the 'political insurance' of Europe's 'economic peace' -- Beyond irreconcilable differences?: New German and French approaches to European security -- The
  • path to Locarno - and its transatlantic dimension -- The
  • second 'real' peace settlement after World War I: The Locarno conference and the emergence of a new European concert --
  • Prologue: The
  • truncated peace of Versailles and its consequences, 1919-1923 -- The
  • wider challenges: The legacy of the Great War and the era of imperialism -- Wilson, Lloyd George and the quest for a 'peace to end all wars' -- The
  • ill-founded peace of 1919 -- The
  • escalation of Europe's post-Versailles crisis, 1920-1923 -- The
  • escalation of Europe's post-Versailles crisis, 1920-1923 -- Towards a Progressive transformation of European politics: The reorientation of American stabilisation policy, 1921-1923 -- Towards transatlantic co-operation and a new European order: The reorientation of British stabilisation policy, 1922-1924 --The turning-point: The Anglo-American intervention in the Ruhr crisis -- From antagonism to accommodation: The reorientation of French and German postwar policies, 1923-1924 -- The
  • two paths to the London conference: The Dawes process and the recasting of European international politics -- The
  • first 'real' peace settlement after World War I: The London agreement of 1924 and the consequences of the 'economic peace' -- II: Europe's nascent Pax Anglo-Americana, 1924-1925 -- The
  • III: The
  • unfinished transatlantic peace order: the system of London and Locarno, 1926-1929 -- Sustaining stability, legitimating peaceful change: The challenges of the latter 1920s -- Progressive visions and limited commitments: American stabilisation efforts in the era of London and Locarno -- Progressive visions and limited commitments: American stabilisation efforts in the era of London and Locarno -- 'Reciprocity'?: Britain as 'honest broker' in the Locarno system -- The
  • new European concert - and its limits -- Thoiry - the failed quest for a 'final postwar agreement' -- Towards peaceful change in eastern Europe?: The crux of transforming Polish-German relations -- Achievements and constraints: The European security system of the latter 1920s -- No 'new world order': The limits of the Kellogg-Briand pact -- The
  • initiation of the Young process: The final bid to fortify the system of London and Locarno -- The last 'grand bargain' after World War I: The Hague settlement of 1929 and its aftermath -- Epilogue: The disintegration of the unfinished transatlantic peace order, 1930-1932 - an inevitable demise? -- Conclusion: The incipient transformation of international politics after World War I - learning processes and lessons
Control code
FIEb13507606
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiv, 693 pages
Isbn
9780521853538
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)61757136
Label
The unfinished peace after World War I : America, Britain and the stabilisation of Europe, 1919-1932, Patrick O. Cohrs
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0733/2006282531-b.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 623-650) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • dawning of a Progressive Pax Americana in Europe? -- Towards the Locarno pact: Britain's quest for a new European concert, 1924-1925 -- Regression?: US policy and the 'political insurance' of Europe's 'economic peace' -- Beyond irreconcilable differences?: New German and French approaches to European security -- The
  • path to Locarno - and its transatlantic dimension -- The
  • second 'real' peace settlement after World War I: The Locarno conference and the emergence of a new European concert --
  • Prologue: The
  • truncated peace of Versailles and its consequences, 1919-1923 -- The
  • wider challenges: The legacy of the Great War and the era of imperialism -- Wilson, Lloyd George and the quest for a 'peace to end all wars' -- The
  • ill-founded peace of 1919 -- The
  • escalation of Europe's post-Versailles crisis, 1920-1923 -- The
  • escalation of Europe's post-Versailles crisis, 1920-1923 -- Towards a Progressive transformation of European politics: The reorientation of American stabilisation policy, 1921-1923 -- Towards transatlantic co-operation and a new European order: The reorientation of British stabilisation policy, 1922-1924 --The turning-point: The Anglo-American intervention in the Ruhr crisis -- From antagonism to accommodation: The reorientation of French and German postwar policies, 1923-1924 -- The
  • two paths to the London conference: The Dawes process and the recasting of European international politics -- The
  • first 'real' peace settlement after World War I: The London agreement of 1924 and the consequences of the 'economic peace' -- II: Europe's nascent Pax Anglo-Americana, 1924-1925 -- The
  • III: The
  • unfinished transatlantic peace order: the system of London and Locarno, 1926-1929 -- Sustaining stability, legitimating peaceful change: The challenges of the latter 1920s -- Progressive visions and limited commitments: American stabilisation efforts in the era of London and Locarno -- Progressive visions and limited commitments: American stabilisation efforts in the era of London and Locarno -- 'Reciprocity'?: Britain as 'honest broker' in the Locarno system -- The
  • new European concert - and its limits -- Thoiry - the failed quest for a 'final postwar agreement' -- Towards peaceful change in eastern Europe?: The crux of transforming Polish-German relations -- Achievements and constraints: The European security system of the latter 1920s -- No 'new world order': The limits of the Kellogg-Briand pact -- The
  • initiation of the Young process: The final bid to fortify the system of London and Locarno -- The last 'grand bargain' after World War I: The Hague settlement of 1929 and its aftermath -- Epilogue: The disintegration of the unfinished transatlantic peace order, 1930-1932 - an inevitable demise? -- Conclusion: The incipient transformation of international politics after World War I - learning processes and lessons
Control code
FIEb13507606
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiv, 693 pages
Isbn
9780521853538
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)61757136

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