Studies in Anglo-French history during the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, edited by Alfred Coville and Harold Temperley.

; Temperley, Harold William Vazeille, 1879-1939
Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, 1935.

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Other Authors Temperley, Harold William Vazeille, 1879-1939.
Subjects Europe -- Politics and government.
France -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- France.
Description xiv, [1], 179, [1] p. 23 cm.
Notes "These studies ... are the product of historical conferences at London in 1933 and at Paris in 1934."--Pref.
The début of M. Paul Cambon in England, 1899-1903, by Paul Mantoux. The part played in international relations by the conversations between the general staffs on the eve of the World War, by Pierre Renouvin.
Contents Preface, by Harold Temperley. Avant-propos, par Alfred Coville. pt. I. The eighteenth century: The Anglo-French Alliance 1716-31, by Sir Richard Lodge. A short comparison between the Secretaries of State in France and in England during the eighteenth century, by Basil Williams. The Prime Minister in France and England during the eighteenth century, by Professor Léon Cahen. Anglo-French finance in the time of Law and the South Sea bubble, by Henri Hauser.--pt. II. The nineteenth and twentieth centuries: English public opinion and the French Revolutions of the nineteenth century, by Élie Halévy. Lord Palmerston at work, 1830-41, by C.K. Webster. The annexation of Savoy and the crisis in Anglo-French relations, January-April 1860, by G. Pagés. Gambetta and England, by J.P.T. Bury. The foreign policy of Lord Salisbury, 1878-80. The problem of the Ottoman Empire, by Lillian Penson.
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