A century of conflict, 1850-1950; essays for A. J. P. Taylor, edited by Martin Gilbert.

; Taylor, A. J. P. (Alan John Percivale), 1906-
[1st American ed.]. New York, Atheneum, 1967 [c1966] .

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Other Authors Taylor, A. J. P. 1906-
Subjects History, Modern -- 19th century.
History, Modern -- 20th century.
Description vi, 276 p. 24 cm.
Notes English or French.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents The man who likes to stir things up, by Lord Beaverbrook.--History teaching and the voter, by Sir N. Angell.--Reflections on the history of international relations, by F.H. Hinsley.--Patriotism, pledges, and the people, by B. Kemp.--European diplomacy and the expedition of the thousand; the conservative powers, by F. Valsecchi.--Queen Victoria's doctors, by E. Longford.--William I and the reform of the Prussian Army, by M. Howard.--Asquith: a new view, by A. Gollin.--Rathenau and Harden: a footnote to the history of Wilhelmine Germany, by J. Joll.--French military ideas before the First World War, by Sir B.L. Hart.--The special relationship: an Anglo-American myth, by M. Beloff.--Noel Buxton and A.J.P. Taylor's The trouble makers, by H.N. Fieldhouse.--Les lycons du Putsch de Hitler de 1923, by G. Bonnin.--Lewis Namier: a personal impression, by Sir I. Berlin.--The financial crisis of 1931, by P. Einzig.--Anarchist agrarian collectives in the Spanish Civil War, by H. Thomas.--Revisionism and reform in the Soviet Union since 1953, by E. Crankshaw.
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(OCoLC)917536
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