Syllabus on International Relations

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3. Franco-German convention of Feb. 8, 1909.
4. French occupation of Fez.

1. German secret demand for "compensation."
2. Dispatch of the Panther to Agadir and demand for Congo.
3. English support of France ( N. B. Lloyd George's speech).
4. Danger of war.
5. The settlement--Franco-German agreement of Nov. 1911.
6. Caillaux's secret negotiations with Germany.

1. Partition of Morocco between France and Spain, 1912 (Part 3).
2. Opportunity for Italian attack on Turkey (below).
3. Intensification of hatreds and fears, and increase of armaments.
4. Anglo-French naval agreement (below).

References:--* Gooch, 485-9. * Anderson and Hershey, 417-8. Brandenburg , 332-8. Friedjung, III, ch. xxx. Barclay, The Turco-Italian War. T. Tittoni, Italy's Foreign and Colonial Policy. Wm. Miller, "The Foreign Policy of Italy", Quart. Rev., Apr. 1916. Compare Part 3, VIII.
1. With Germany and Austria.
2. With France, England, and Russia.

1. Reluctant consent of Austria and Germany to Italian attack on Turkey, especially assault on Dardanelles.
2. Strained Franco-Italian relations.
3. Italian victory and the peace terms.
4. Turkey's weakness as the occasion for attack by Balkan nations (below).


References:--* Gooch, ch. xv. * Seymour, ch. x. * Anderson and Hershey, 421-44. # Loreburn, 47-52. * Marriott, ch. xii. * Schevill, 469-81. Durham, Twenty Years of Balkan Tangle. R. W. Seton-Watson, Southern Slav Question. J. G. Schurman, The Balkan Wars (needs supplementing with more recent works). # Pribram, Austrian Foreign Policy. G. Hanotaux, La Guerre des Balkans et l'Europe. Debidour, II, 163-217. Brandenburg, ch. 16. Friedjung, III, chs. 33-38. # Siebert, 273-435. Bogicevic, Causes of the War. Marchand, Livre Noir. Conrad von Hötzendorf , Aus meiner Dienstzeit. France, Affairs Balkaniques (Livre Jaune.) Gueshoff, The Balkan League.


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