3 edition of Great Britain, France, and the German problem, 1918-1939 found in the catalog.
Great Britain, France, and the German problem, 1918-1939
W. M. Jordan
|Statement||by W.M. Jordan.|
|Contributions||Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 235 p.|
|Number of Pages||235|
The perspective of W. M. Jordan, in Great Britain, France, and the German Problem , is one that focuses on disarmament, reparation, and security during the events surrounding the Peace Conference and the events of the Peace Conference. Jordan admits to omitting information that strictly "belongs to the history of this central problem.". The security of the French frontier against German attack was indeed of vast importance to England, but this security must not be purchased at the cost of a prolongation of war animosities, if by doing so Germany was driven to support the already dangerous power of Russia in the : Royal J. Schmidt.
Interwar period. Map of the world in , shortly after the end of the First World War. In the context of the history of the 20th century, the interwar period was the period between the end of the First World War in November and the beginning of the Second World War in September This is a list of invasions ordered by date. An invasion is a military offensive in which sizable number of combatants of one geopolitical entity aggressively enter territory controlled by another such entity, generally with the objectives of establishing or re-establishing control, retaliation for real or perceived actions, liberation of previously lost territory, forcing the partition of a.
France, the first military power at the end of the First World War, was the first to be defeated in the Second. In this context, the French foreign policy, from to , appears as a descent into the abyss. Probably because of its heroic resistance of , which was made possible by the obstacle of the Channel and by the courage of its people, the UK escapes this condemnation. In France had concluded a secret treaty with Spain partitioning Morocco and had also agreed not to oppose Britain’s moves in Egypt in exchange for a free hand in Morocco. Germany, however, insisted upon an open-door policy in the area; and, in a dramatic show of imperial power, the emperor William II visited Tangier and, from his yacht on Ma , declared for Morocco’s.
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A somewhat emotional and biased account of the French occupation of the Ruhr is given by Gedye, G. R., The Revolver Republic (London, ).Author: D. Williamson. Great Britain, France, and the German Problem, A Study of Anglo-French Relations in the Making and Maintenance of the Versailles Settlement Oxford University Press, Revision:Interwar european economic problems The Economic Problems of France But, France had been the major battlefield for WWI and suffered greatly as a result.
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Signed on 28 June in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles Palace, the Treaty was the most important of the peace treaties that brought an end to World War I. To mark this anniversary, the Peace Palace Library has put together a collection of books exploring the background and aftermath of the Versailles Treaty.
Great Britain, France, and the German Problem, By W. Jordan Reviewed By Robert Gale Woolbert. Great Britain had suffered huge casualties but little land devastation during the war.
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