Historic documents of World War I / by Louis L. Snyder.


Princeton, New Jersey, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., [1958] .

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Subjects Guerre mondiale, 1914-1918 -- Sources.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Sources.
Series Van Nostrand anvil books ; 33.
Description 192 pages ; 18 cm.
Copyright Date [1958]
©1958
Notes "An Anvil original."
Contents Norman Angell's The great illusion, 1910 -- The dual alliance between Austria-Hungary and Germany, October 7, 1879 -- The Three Emperors' League, June 18, 1881 -- The triple alliance, May 20, 1882 -- The reinsurance treaty, June 18, 1887 -- The Franco-Russian Alliance Military Convention, August 18, 1892 -- The Entente Cordiale between England and France, April 8, 1904 -- The first Moroccan Crisis, 1905 -- The Schlieffen Plan, 1905 -- The Anglo-Russian entente, 1907 -- The annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary, 1908 -- The Daily telegraph affair, October 28, 1908 -- The Racconigi Bargain, October, 1909 -- The Agadir Crisis of 1911: Lloyd George's mansion house speech, July 21, 1911 -- The Narodna Odbrana, 1911 -- The Haldane Mission, February 8-12, 1912 -- The Zabern Affair, 1913 -- Colonel House's report to President Wilson, May, 1914 -- The assassination of Sarajevo, June 28, 1914 --The "Blank Check," July 6, 1914 -- The Serbian response to the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum, July 25, 1914 -- William II's intransigeance, July 26, 1914 -- The pledge plan, July 28, 1914 -- The Austro-Hungarian declaration of war on Serbia, July 28, 1914 -- The "Willy-Nicky" telegrams, July 29-30, 1914 -- Sir Edward Grey's indecisiveness, July 31, 1914 -- William II's war speeches, July-August, 1914 -- The German white book, 1914 -- The German declaration of war on Russia, August 1, 1914 -- The treaty of alliance between Germany and Turkey, August 2, 1914 -- The German request for free passage through Belgium, August 2, 1914 -- The Belgian refusal of free passage, August 3, 1914 -- The Italian declaration of neutrality, August 3, 1914 -- Sir Edward Grey's speech before Parliament, August 3, 1914 -- Origin of the term "A scrap of paper," August 4, 1914 --The Imperial Chancellor defends the invasion of Belgium, August 4, 1914 -- President Poincare's war message, August 4, 1914 -- Secretary of State Bryan opposes loans to Belligerents, August 10, 1914 -- President Wilson's declaration of neutrality, August 19, 1914 -- The fall of Brussels, August 21, 1914 -- The burning of Louvain, August 26, 1914 -- Failings of the Russian Army Medical Service, 1914 -- The triple entente declaration on No Separate Peace, September 4, 1914 -- The London Times on Belgian neutrality, September 30, 1914 -- War on the Eastern front: The Battle of Wirballen, October 4-8, 1914 -- Manifesto of the ninety-three German intellectuals, 1914 -- The Hasslied, 1914 -- The British defense of the Realm Consolidation Act, 1914 -- Giolitti's justification of Italian neutrality, December 5, 1914 -- The use of poison gas, April 22, 1915 -- The Battle of Propaganda -- The manufacture of news in wartime -- The Treaty of London, April 26, 1915 -- Wilson's phrase, "Too proud to fight." May 10, 1915 -- Wilson's first Lusitania note to Germany, May 13, 1915 -- Wilson's change of attitude on war loans, August 26, 1915 -- Wilson on the Sussex Case, April 19, 1916 -- The Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916 -- The Simmermann note, January19, 1917 -- Abdication of Nicholas II, March 15, 1917 -- Wilson's war message, April 2, 1917 -- Senator Norris opposes U.S. Entry into the war, April 4, 1917 -- The Reichstag Peace resolution, July 19, 1917 --Pope Benedict XV's peace proposal, August 1, 1917 -- The Stockholm Conference, September, 1917 -- The Balfour Declaration, November 2, 1917 -- The Fourteen points, January 8, 1918 -- The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, March 3, 1918 -- The U.S. Espionage Act, May 16, 1918 -- The Allied Appeal for rapid American assistance, May, June, 1918 -- The Americans take Belleau Wood, June 9-10, 1918 -- The allies accept the fourteen points, November 5, 1918 -- Anglo-French Joint Statement of Aims in Syria and Mesopotamia, November 7, 1918 -- Ultimatum by the Social Democrats, November 8, 1918 -- The Armistice demands, November 10, 1918 -- The New York times reports the end of the war, November 9-11, 1918 -- Abdication proclamation of William II, November 28, 1918 -- Report on war guilt by the Commission on the Responsibility of the Authors of War, 1918 -- Extracts from the Treaty of Versailles, June 28, 1919 -- G. Lowes Dickinson's The international anarchy, 1904-1914, 1926.
Genre Sources.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)394424
(OCoLC)ocm00394424
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Snyder, Louis L. 1907-1993,
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