E. ANNEXATION OF BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA BY AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
|1. ||Occupation of Bosnia-Herzegovina since 1878.|
|2. ||Provision for eventual annexation, in secret treaty of Three Emperors'
League (see above, II-E-2-b).|
|3. ||Izvolsky-Aehrenthal secret bargain--Buchlau conversations.|
|4. ||The annexation of Bosnia Herzegovina.|
|5. ||Russian opposition.|
F. RELATIONS BETWEEN AUSTRIA AND SERBIA.
|1. ||Conflict between Yugoslav irredentism and Austrian aggression, as
the fundamental element in the situation.|
|2. ||Earlier Serbian policy of alliance with Austria (see II-E-5) abandoned after Serbian revolution of 1903.|
|3. ||The tariff war ("pig war") between Austria and Serbia, 1905-7.|
|4. ||Culmination of grievances in 1908.|
|a. ||Serbian protest against annexation of Bosnia.|
|b. ||Serbian demand for outlet to Adriatic.|
|c. ||Serbian and Austrian mobilization.|
G. THE EUROPEAN "BOSNIAN CRISIS" OF 1908-9.
|1. ||Demand for an international conference by Russia, England, Italy, and France.|
|2. ||Austrian settlement with Turkey, Jan. 1908.|
|a. ||Turkish recognition of annexation.|
|b. ||Restoration of Novi-Bazar to Turkey.|
|c. ||Conference of all Powers rendered "unnecessary."|
|3. ||Continued danger of war between Austria and Serbia, backed by Russia.|
|4. ||German threat to Russia ("shining armor").|
|5. ||Serbian promise to recognize annexation and live "on good terms"
|a. ||Austro-German diplomatic triumph.|
|b. ||Intense resentment in Serbia and Russia.|
|c. ||Russian lack of confidence in Anglo-French support.|
|d. ||Russian intrigues in Balkan states after 1908.|
XVI. THE AGADIR CRISISReferences:--* Gooch, ch. xiv. * Anderson and
* Seymour, 184-93. # Loreburn, How the War Came, 86-111. Morel, Ten Years of Secret Diplomacy. # Schmitt, England and Germany, 228-40, 303-45. Debidour, II, 125-63. Tardieu, Le mystère d'Agadir. Caillaux, Agadir. Marchand, Livre Noir. Siebert, 577-612. Bourgeois and
Pagès. Brandenburg, ch. xiv. Friedjung, III, ch. xxix. Compare XII, above,
and Part 3, VIII.
|1. ||Review of situation after 1906.|
|2. ||Casablanca affair.|
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Book title: Syllabus on International Relations.
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Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1925.
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