Syllabus on International Relations

By Parker Thomas Moon; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview

Kriegsausbruch; and Die Grosse Politik ( 1870 to 1914). Austrian documents in R. Gooss (ed.), Diplomatische Aktenstücke zur Vorgeschichte des Krieges; English translation, Official Files Pertaining to Pre-War History, and Pribram, Secret Treaties of Austria-Hungary. Russian disclosures in G. von Romberg, Falsifications of the Russian Orange Book; E. Laloy, Les Documents secrets; Marchand, Un Livre noir; Siebert and Schreiner, Entente Diplomacy and the World; additional documents are still being published by Russian government. Belgian documents in B. H. Schwertfeger , Belgische Aktenstücke and Zur europäischen Politik. Numerous documents in Bourgeois and Pagès, Les Origines et les responsabilités de la grande guerre. Chronological arrangement of documents in B. W. v. Bülow, Die ersten Stundenschläge des Weltkriegs.

British discussions and memoirs: # Ward and Gooch, Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, III, 486-508 (recent and scholarly). # Loreburn , How the War Came, esp. chs. v-ix (critical of Grey). E. D. Morel, Truth and the War (radically critical). H. Asquith, Genesis of the War (ex-premier's self-defense, contributing little). Haldane, Before the War (on Anglo-German negotiations). Lord Fisher, Memories and Records, and W. S. Churchill, The World Crisis, revealing attitude of British navalists. G. Buchanan, My Mission to Russia. Older accounts, now obsolete but interesting in contrast with above, are: J. W. Headlam, History of Twelve Days, and G. Murray, Foreign Policy of Sir Edward Grey, and C. Oman, Outbreak of the War.

French discussions: C. Appuhn and P. Renouvin, Introduction aux Tableaux d'histoire de Guillaume II. Bourgeois and Pagès, Les Origines et responsabilités de la grande guerre (most important French argument, with many unpublished documents). Debidour, II, ch. viii (by a celebrated historian). R. Poincaré, Origins of the War (the ex-president's apologia). R. Viviani, As We See It (ex-premier's brief). A. Pevet, Les Responsables de la guerre (a radical criticism). Col. Converset, Les Trois Ans de diplomatie secrète (pacifist presentation). Revue d'histoire de la guerre mondiale (quarterly). G. P. Gooch, Franco-German Relations (a judicious British interpretation). F. Bausman, Let France Explain (a severe and not too scholarly American indictment of France). Recouly, Les Heures tragiques d'avant-guerre. Morhardt, Les Preuves.

Russian policy: S. Korff, Russia's Foreign Relations (brief popular presentation by Russian-American scholar). S. Dobrorolsky, Die Mobilmachung der russischen Armee (important disclosures on Russian mobilization). R. Höniger, Russlands Vorbereitungen zum Weltkriege. Major G. Frantz, Russlands Eintritt in den Weltkrieg. P. Renouvin, "La mobilisation russe" in Les Cahiers des droits de l'homme, May 10, 1923 (penetrating French analysis of Russian evidence). Compare memoirs of ambassadors in Russia, namely, Buchanan, My Mission to Russia; M. Paléologue , An Ambassador's Memoirs; Pourtalès, Am Scheidewege zwischen Krieg und Frieden. W. A. Suchomlinov, Erinnerungen.

German discussions: E. Brandenburg, Von Bismarck zum Weltkriege, chs. 18-19 (recent analysis of documents). F. Rachfall, Deutschland und die Weltpolitik, 1871- 1914 (important recent survey). M. Montgelas, Leitfaden zur Kriegsschuldfrage (moderate and scholarly). V. Valentin, Deutschlands Aussenpolitik, 1890-1918, esp. ch. x. (one of the best German accounts). K. Kautsky, The Guilt of William Hohenzollern (a socialist arraignment, somewhat invalidated by subsequent disclosures). William Hohenzollern , Comparative Tables of Historical Events (the ex-kaiser's

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