|3. ||Franco-German convention of Feb. 8, 1909.|
|4. ||French occupation of Fez.|
B. THE CRISIS.
|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.|
C. THE SEQUEL.
|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).|
XVII. THE TURCO-ITALIAN WARReferences:--* 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.
Foreign Policy of Italy", Quart. Rev., Apr. 1916. Compare Part 3, VIII.
A. PRELIMINARY SECRET AGREEMENTS.
|1. ||With Germany and Austria.|
|2. ||With France, England, and Russia.|
B. INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE TRIPOLITAN WAR.
|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
XVIII. THE BALKAN WARS
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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Book title: Syllabus on International Relations.
Contributors: Parker Thomas Moon - Author, Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) - OrganizationName.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1925.
Page number: 102.
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