CONTENTS
Prefacepage7
Abbreviations15
PART ONE Prelude to the Prelude: Italy, the Malade Imaginaire
Chapter I. "Mutilated Victory"19
II. Enter Mussolini29
III. The French Occupation of the Ruhr37
IV. The Conquest of Corfu44
V. The League of Nations52
VI. From Ramsay MacDonald to Sir Austen Chamberlain60
VII. The Locarno Pacts66
VIII. The Chamberlain—Mussolini Understanding72
IX. A Voyage Towards the Future78
X. Italy and France86
XI. France, Germany, and Italy96
XII. Albania103
XIII. Yugoslavia's Neighbours114
PART TWO Towards the Italo-Ethiopian War
Chapter XIV. The Manchurian Crisis123
XV. The Dawn of the Four-Power Pact128
XVI. Enter Hitler134
XVII. Enter Barthou and Dollfuss143
XVIII. Murder Inc.149
XIX. Exit Dollfuss157
XX. Exit Barthou; enter Laval165
XXI. The Laval-Mussolini Entente172
XXII. Enter the League of Nations179
XXIII. The Stresa Silences191
XXIV. The Tana Dam200
XXV. Enter Sir Galahad and Sir Samuel Hoare209
XXVI. The Anglo-German Naval Agreement217
XXVII. Sir Galahad goes to Rome226

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