Syllabus on International Relations

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

GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

Explanatory Note:--For the convenience of students and librarians, books cited in the Outline under the topics to which they pertain, are here listed alphabetically, each with full title, publisher, and date. * Textbooks to be purchased by students or provided by reference library, for required reading. # Other books used for required reading, but less indispensable. † Other useful works which should be included in libraries of small or moderate size. Students should not regard these marks as indications of the relative scholarly value of the books; many of the most valuable reference works are unmarked, as they are not ordinarily at the command of small libraries.

Abbott G. F, Greece and the Allies, 1914-1922. 1922, London, Methuen.

-----, Turkey, Greece and the Great Powers. 1922, London, Arnold.

Abbott J. F., Japanese Expansion and American Policies. 1916, N. Y., Macmillan.

# Academy of Political Science, Record of Political Events (annual), Political Science Quarterly (quarterly), Proceedings (semi-annual). Columbia Univ., N. Y.

Adam Juliette, L'Angleterre en Egypte. 1922, Paris, Impr. du centre.

Adamov E. A., Les puissances européennes et la Grèce pendant la guerre. 1923, Moscow, Russian Government.

† Adams Randolph G., History of the Foreign Policy of the United States. 1924, N. Y., Macmillan.

Agostino Orsini di P. d' Camerota, Espansionismo italiano odierno. 1923. Salerno, Alessandro Manzoni.

Alazard J., L'Italie et le conflit européen, 1914-16. 1924, Paris, Alcan.

Albin Pierre, La querelle franco-allemande: le "coup d'Agadir." 1912, Paris, Alcan.

Alexander Thomas, The Prussian Elementary Schools. 1918, N. Y., Macmillan.

† Allen S. H., International Relations. 1921, Princeton University Press.

Allin C. D., History of the Tariff Relations of the Australasian Colonies. 1918, University of Minnesota.

Alston L., The White Man's Work in Asia and Africa. 1907, N. Y., Longmans, Green & Co.

Alvarez A., The Monroe Doctrine. 1924, N. Y., Oxford Univ. Press.

Alype Pierre, L'Ethiopie et les convoîtises allemandes; la politique anglofranco-italienne. 1917, Paris, Berger.

American Academy of Political and Social Science, The World's Food ( Annals, 1917). Philadelphia.

-----, See also Kelsey.

Ancel J., Manuel historique de la question d'Orient. 1923, Paris, Delgrave.

† Anderson F. M., and Hershey A. S., Handbook for the Diplomatic History of Europe, Asia, Africa, 1870-1914. 1918, Washington, Govt. Printing Office.

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