Vital Crossroads: Mediterranean Origins of the Second World War, 1935-1940

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CHAPTER 1
1.
PRO, CAB 21/413, Franco-Italian Agreements concluded at Rome on 7 January 1935, 22 January 1935; DBFP, 2/12, nos. 400 annex, 722, pp.482—890; AUSA, 68, Collaborazione aerea Italo-Francese, 12—13 May 1935; Watt, “The Secret Laval-Mussolini Agreement”; Serra, “La questione italo-etiopica”; Minardi, “L'accordo militare segreto Badoglio-Gamelin”; Young, “Soldiers and Diplomats”; Nöel, Les illusions de Stresa, pp.70—86.
2.
Schreiber, “Italy and the Mediterranean in the Power-Political Calculations of German Naval Leaders, 1919—45, ” in Hattendorf, ed., Naval Strategy and Policy in the Mediterranean, p.121; Schreiber, “Zur Kontinuität des Gross-und Weltmachtstrebens, ” pp.147—71; Laval, Laval parle, p.245; DDF, 1/11, nos. 109, 120, pp.155—82; Salerno, “Multilateral Strategy and Diplomacy, ” pp.45—64.
3.
Marder, “The Royal Navy and the Ethiopian Crisis, ” pp.1330—38; Quartararo, “Imper- ial Defence in the Mediterranean on the eve of the Ethiopian Crisis, ” pp.190—91; Cohen, “British Strategy in the Middle East in the Wake of the Abyssinian Crisis, ” in Cohen and Kolinsky, Britain and the Middle East, pp.21—40.
4.
PRO, CAB 23/82, Cab. 42 (35), Cabinet meeting, 22 August 1935; PRO, CAB 16/136, DPR meeting, 23 August 1935; PRO, CAB 53/5, COS 149th meeting, 6 September 1935; Young, In Command, pp.110—14; Adamthwaite, France and the Coming, pp.32—6; Duroselle, La Décadence, pp.147—57; Jordan, The Popular Front, pp.33—103; Parker, “Great Britain, France and the Ethiopian Crisis, ” pp.293—332.
5.
DBFP, 2, xv, nos. 69, 81, 118, 305, 320, 374, pp.81—477; Shorrock, From Ally to Enemy, pp.143—58; Quartararo, Roma tra Londra e Berlino, pp.246—58.
6.
Mussolini, Opera Omnia, 12: 101; De Felice, Mussolini il fascista; De Felice, Mussolini il Duce; Knox, Common Destiny, pp.59—71, 117—20; Moseley, Mussolini's Shadow.
7.
ADAP, C, 4/2, nos. 337, 485, 486, 525, 579, pp.697—1024; DDI, 8/3, no. 275; Robertson, “Hitler and Sanctions, ” pp.418—21; Petersen, Hitler-Mussolini, pp.468—71.
8.
MAE, Eur 30—40, Italie, 303, Corbin to Flandin, 18 May 1936; SHM, 1BB2, 182, Mémento, 14 April 1936; SHM, 1BB2, 208, Durand-Viel to Piétri, 9 June 1936; SHM, 1BB2, 184, note au ministre, 6 July 1936; Thomas, Britain, France, and Appeasement, pp.55—58; Shorrock, From Ally to Enemy, pp.170—74, 181—86; Young, “French Military Intelligence and the Franco-Italian Al- liance, ” pp.143—68; Jordan, “Maurice Gamelin, Italy, and the Eastern Alliances, ” pp.428—41.
9.
Lord Avon, Facing the Dictators, p.431; Dilks, Chamberlain; Parker, Chamberlain, pp.3—11; Addison, Road to 1945, pp.29—30; Colville, Fringes of Power, pp.35—36; May, Strange Victory, pp.170—72; Hardie, The Abyssinian Crisis, pp.220—25.

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