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Radicalism against war, 1906-1914; the advocacy of peace and retrenchment.


Totowa, N.J., Rowman and Littlefield [1974, c1972] .
ISBN 0874711088, 9780874711080

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Subjects Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1901-1910.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1910-1936.
Peace.
Radical party (Great Britain)
Description xi, 448 p. 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Ch. 1. Forging the entities, 1905-07 -- Sir Edward Grey -- France and Germany -- The Anglo-Russian convention -- Ch.2. The minister for war deceives his critics -- A change in military strategy -- Haldane and the Cabinet -- Haldane and the Commons -- Ch. 3. The second Hague conference -- Ch. 4. The naval crisis, 1908-10 -- Prelude, 1908 -- Panic and collapse, 1909-10 -- Ch. 5. The rise and fall of the Triple Entente, 1908-11 -- Dubious partners -- Friendship with Germany -- A false dawn -- Ch. 6. -- The foreign secretary is censured for his pains -- The Panther's leap -- Persia and Tripoli -- The gathering of Grey's critics -- Grey disarms some of his critics -- Ch. 7. A cabinet interlude - the die is cast -- A packed defence committee -- Confrontation -- Ch. 8. Hopes of peace: Designs for war --Pourparlers -- Keeping faith-friendship with germany and another disarmament campaign -- The suicide club -- Ch. 9. A last exercise in delusion -- Two Balkan wars -- Balance or concert? -- Ch. 10. War: A question of interest or moral obligation? -- A minor irritation -- A decent reticence -- "Fight...against this incipient madness" -- "Let every man look into his own heart..."
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00680233
(OCoLC)680233
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