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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Craig, Gordon Alexander, 1913-2005.
War, politics, and diplomacy.
New York, Praeger 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gordon Alexander Craig
|Description:||x, 297 pages : maps ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||The art of war. Command and staff problems in the Austrian army, 1740-1866 --
Problems of coalition warfare: the military alliance against Napoleon, 1813-14 --
The military cohesion of the Austro-German alliance, 1914-18 --
Hans Delbruck: the military historian --
Civil-military relations. Portrait of a political general: Edwin von Manteuffel and the constitutional conflict in Prussia --
Relations between civilian and military authorities in the second German Empire: chancellor and chief of staff, 1871-1918 --
The impact of the German military on the political and social life of Germany during World War II --
Diplomacy. Neutrality in the nineteenth century --
A study in the application of nonintervention: Great Britain and the Belgian railways dispute of 1869 --
Bismarck and his ambassadors: the problem of discipline --
The revolution in war and diplomacy, 1914-39 --
The professional diplomat and his problems, 1919-39 --
Totalitarian approaches to diplomatic negotiation --
The diplomacy of new nations --
John Foster Dulles and American statecraft --
Afterword: New dimensions in war and diplomacy.
|Responsibility:||by Gordon A. Craig.|