Syllabus on International Relations

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

F. COLLAPSE OF TURKEY.
References:--* Hayes, 346-8. # Gooch, 653. Dane, op. cit. L. Thomas, With Lawrence in Arabia.
1. Allenby's invasion of Syria.
2. British advance in Mesopotamia.
3. The Turkish armistice.

G. DEFEAT AND DISSOLUTION OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
References:--* Hayes, 348-356. # Gooch, 656-7. Temperley, IV, 29-57, 89-119. Pribram, Austrian Foreign Policy. Andrassy, Diplomacy and War.
1. Italian victories in October.
2. The armistice.
3. Establishment of revolutionary governments by Czechs, Yugoslavs, Magyars, German Austrians, Poles.

H. GERMAN REVOLUTION AND ARMISTICE.
References:--* Hayes, 356-64. # Gooch, 653-5, 657-8. Temperley, I, 51-136. R. Brunet, The German Constitution, ch. i. S. M. Bouton, And the Kaiser Abdicates. H. Ströbel, The German Revolution and After. E. Bernstein, Die deutsche Revolution. William II, The Kaiser's Memoirs, ch. xii. Encyc. Brit., XXXI, 273. Carnegie Endowment, Preliminary History of the Armistice. K. F. Nowak, Collapse of Central Europe.
1. Nature of parliamentary opposition in Germany in 1918.
a. Opposition of Reichstag majority to annexationist war aims.
b. Demand of Reichstag majority for constitutional reforms.
c. Influence of:
I. Russian Bolshevism.
II. The "Fourteen Points."
2. Prince Max and the offer to capitulate on basis of the Fourteen Points.
3. Abdication of the Kaiser.
4. Signature of the armistice.

V. THE ARMISTICES
General References:-- Hayes, (use index). Temperley, I, 115-36, 448-96; IV, 120-8.
A. GUARANTEES OF ALLIED SUPREMACY.
1. Demobilization of Bulgarian, Turkish, and Austro-Hungarian armies.
2. Evacuation of territories invaded by Central Powers.
3. Occupation of strategic centers in Bulgaria, Turkey, and Austria- Hungary by Allies.
4. 4. Occupation of Left Bank and three bridgeheads by Allies.
5. 5. Surrender of warships and war materials.

B. PRELIMINARY FULFILMENT OF SECRET TREATIES AND ANTICIPATION OF PEACE TERMS.
1. President Wilson's Fourteen Points (with modifications) as the basis of the German surrender (see Lansing's note of Nov. 5, in Temperley, I, 457).

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