From Metternich to Hitler; aspects of British and foreign history, 1814-1939, Historical Association essays. Edited by W.N. Medlicott.

; Medlicott, W. N. (William Norton), 1900-1987, editor
London, Routledge and Kegan Paul [1963] .

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Other Authors Medlicott, W. N. 1900-1987,
Subjects Grande-Bretagne. Histoire. XIXe-XXe s.
Histoire generale. XIXe-XXe s.
Politique internationale. 1814-1939.
Description viii, 267 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction, by W.N. Medlicott.--The Congress of Vienna, 1814-15, and the Conference of Paris, 1919, by H.W.V. Temperley and C.K. Webster.--Liberalism in nineteenth-century Europe, by I. Collins.--1851, by A. Briggs.--The Victorian age, by D.C. Somervell.--From sail to steam, by H. Moyse-Bartlett.--The American empire, by R.W. Van Alstyne.--Latin American history, by R.A. Humphreys.--Bismarck, by E. Eyck.--The origins of the First World War, by B.E. Schmitt.--The German revolution, 1918-19, by A.J. Ryder.--The coming of war in 1939, by W.N. Medlicott.
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