Can Europe keep the peace? by Frank H. Simonds, LITT. D.


New York, London, Harper and Brothers, 1931.

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Subjects Europe -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945.
Europe.
Politics and government
World War, 1914-1918 -- Peace.
Description xiii, 360 pages maps 23 cm
Copyright Date 1931.
Notes Maps on lining-papers.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- The Paris Conference -- Balance of power and self-determination -- Ethnic Europe -- Democratic nationalism -- Economic factors -- The failure of Paris -- Territorial issues -- Status quo and revision -- The Polish corridor -- The Anschluss -- Hungarian irredentism -- The Czechs and their minorities -- Adriatic and Balkan questions -- Character and the issues -- National policies -- Bases of national policy -- Experiments in peace -- Peace by conference -- The League of Nations -- The Kellogg Pact -- Disarmament -- Reparations and war debts -- Why they failed -- Back to Locarno -- The crisis in democracy.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)391118
(OCoLC)ocm00391118
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WorldCat Identities Simonds, Frank H. 1878-1936.
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