Power, public opinion, and diplomacy; essays in honor of Eber Malcolm Carroll by his former students. Edited by Lillian Parker Wallace and William C. Askew. The contributors: Lillian Parker Wallace [and others]
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Askew, William Clarence, 1910-
Carroll, Eber Malcolm, 1893-1959.
xiv, 421 p. port. 23 cm.
Foreword, by W. T. Laprade.--Pius IX and Lord Palmerston, 1846-1849, by L. P. Wallace.--Egypt as a factor in European power politics, 1875-1878, by L. E. Roberts.--Bismarck and the legend of the "Gladstone ministry": a study of the relations of the two potential chancellors, Stosch and Rickert, by F. B. M. Hollyday.--Belgian neutrality and the British press, 1887, by M. E. Thomas.--Foreign policy debated: Sir Edward Grey and his critics, 1911-1912, by J. A. Murray.--The Austro-Italian antagonism, 1896-1914, by W. C. Askew.--Lloyd George: leader or led in British war aims, 1916-1918, by R. O. Davis.--Hitler remilitarizes the Rhineland, by C. W. Bolen.--French reaction to the Spanish civil war, July-September, 1936, by J. B. Bell.--Grand alliance or daisy chain: British opinion and policy toward Russia, April-August, 1939, by W. R. Rock.--Two constants in Russian foreign policy, by J. C. Adams.--The printed writings of Eber Malcolm Carroll: a preliminary bibliography, by F. B. M. Hollyday (p. 371-381)
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