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A diplomatic history of Europe since the Congress of Vienna

Author: René Albrecht-Carrié
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, ©1958.
Series: Harper's historical series.
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Genre/Form: History
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Albrecht-Carrié, René, 1904-
Diplomatic history of Europe since the Congress of Vienna.
New York, Harper [1958]
(OCoLC)558213689
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: René Albrecht-Carrié
OCLC Number: 179852
Description: xvi, 736 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. The search for equilibrium, 1815-1870: ch. 1. Introduction: Europe in 1815: Diplomacy and the relations among states. The settlement of Vienna. The forces of the future ; ch. 2. The restoration period: The concert of Europe. The revolutions of 1830. Mediterranean problems. Extra-European developments ; ch. 3. The mid-century crisis: Europe in mid-century. The revolutions in France, Italy, and Austria. The revolution in the Germanies. The balance sheet of 1848 ; ch. 4. Successes of nationalism: The Eastern question. The unification of Italy. Some secondary issues. Europe and the making of Germany --
pt. 2. The era of stability, 1871-1914: ch. 5. The period as a whole: Some general characteristics of the period. The individual powers and their problems. The sources of information ; ch. 6. The Bismarckian period, 1871-1890: The first Dreikaiserbund and the recovery of France. The Near Eastern question, 1875-1878. Bismarck's new system of alliances, 1879-1882. Beginnings of the new imperialism. The end of the Bismarckian system ; ch. 7. The realignment of power, 1890-1904: The Franco-Russian alliance. Imperial rivalries and the isolation of Britain. Fashoda : the Anglo-French showdown. Britain reconsiders isolation. Emergence of a new alignment of power ; ch. 8. The road to war, 1904-1914: Germany and the Anglo-French entente. The Triple Entente. The Bosnian annexation crisis. The Second Moroccan Crisis and its aftermath. The Near Eastern question again --
pt. 3. The twentieth-century transition: ch. 9. Introduction: The twentieth-century world: The realignment of power. The underlying forces of change ; ch. 10. The First World War and the ensuing settlements: The July crisis. The diplomacy of the war. The diplomacy of the peace. Europe and the world in 1920 ; ch. 11. The false recovery and the era of illusions, 1920-1930: The end of the wartime alliance or the Anglo-French duel. The search for stability. The seeming triumph of collective security ; ch. 12. The return to reality, 1930-1936: The political importance of economics. Europe and Nazi Germany. The end of the Versailles system ; ch. 13. Preparations for war, 1936-1939: The realignment of power. The year 1938 : Germany begins to move. The end of the "long armistice" ; ch. 14. The Second World War and its immediate aftermath, 1939-1947: The European war. The war becomes worldwide. The diplomacy of the war. Between war and peace ; ch. 15. The Cold War: The hardening of rival positions. The tentative relaxation of uneasy coexistence.
Series Title: Harper's historical series.
Responsibility: René Albrecht-Carrié.

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