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by Harold I Nelson

Author: Harold I Nelson
Language: English
Publisher: STERLING PUBLISHING +*COMPANY; New Ed edition (1971)
Pages: 416 pages
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While the central theme is British policy, I have chosen to treat the British factor in a broad context, particularly by examining the attitudes and policies of the American, French, and lesser Allies and by attempting a more or less balanced analysis of the territorial negotiations at the Paris.

While the central theme is British policy, I have chosen to treat the British factor in a broad context, particularly by examining the attitudes and policies of the American, French, and lesser Allies and by attempting a more or less balanced analysis of the territorial negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference. This approach will facilitate, perhaps, a better understanding of both British policy and the general handling of the German territorial problem at that time.

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Originally published in 1963, this book examines the territorial settlement with Germany at the end of the First . First Published 1963. WithHarold I. Nelson.

Originally published in 1963, this book examines the territorial settlement with Germany at the end of the First World War. It approaches it from the standpoint.

This book treats on a board canvas one vital aspect of the German Problem in 1919: the redistribution, through territorial change, of the elements of power between Germany and the victors.

This book treats on a board canvas one vital aspect of the German Problem in 1919: the redistribution, through territorial change, of the elements of power between Germany and the victors. eISBN: 978-1-4875-7379-9.

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Land and Power: British and Allied Policy on Germanys Frontiers, 1916-19 (Stud. by Harold I.

Land and PowerThe First World War destroyed the old European balance of power.

Land and PowerThe First World War destroyed the old European balance of power. This book treats on a board canvas one vital aspect of the German Problem in 1919: the redistribution, through territorial change, of the elements of power between Germany and the victors. This study and its conclusions are offered as a tentative reappraisal in the light of a new, fuller evidence and of longer perspectives on the subject. Continue Reading Read Less. The First World War destroyed the old European balance of power. In the heart of the continent, a basically strong and probably dangerous Germany remained.

The American Factor and British Policy, 1917-18 (page 27). Read. III. The Armistice and Territorial Questions (page 53). Part two: pre-conference preparations.

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