EUROPE SINCE 1789
BY EDWARD RAYMOND TURNER, PH.D. PROFESSOR OF EUROPEAN HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGANAUTHOR OF
"EUROPE, 1450-1789"
"EUROPE SINCE 1870"
ETC.

GARDEN CITY NEW YORK

DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 1924

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps xi
  • Introductory - Bibliographical Note xv
  • Chapter I - The Old Europe 1
  • Bibliography 18
  • Chapter II - The French Revolution 20
  • Bibliography 65
  • Chapter III Napoleon 67
  • Bibliography 91
  • Chapter IV - The Congress of Vienna And The Concert of Europe 93
  • Bibliography 109
  • Chapter V - The Industrial Revolution 111
  • Bibliography 146
  • Chapter VI - The United Kingdom, 1789-1832 148
  • Bibliography 181
  • Chapter VII - The United Kingdom, 1832-1867 183
  • Bibliography 206
  • Chapter VIII - France Before 1870 208
  • Bibliography 233
  • Chapter IX - Austria, the Germanies, and The Rise of Prussia 234
  • Bibliography 269
  • Chapter X - Italy 271
  • Bibliography 289
  • Chapter XI - Russia, 1789-1881 291
  • Bibliography 316
  • Chapter XII - The Lesser Peoples 317
  • Bibliography 335
  • Chapter XIII - The Military Triumphs Of Germany, 1864-1871 337
  • Bibliography 352
  • Chapter XIV - The Growth of the New German Empire 353
  • Bibliography 374
  • Chapter XV - The Leadership of Germany-- The Triple Alliance 376
  • Bibliography 404
  • Chapter XVI - The Recovery of France--The Dual Alliance 406
  • Bibliography 428
  • Chapter XVII - Democratic Britain 430
  • Bibliography 453
  • Chapter XVIII - Russia Before the Revolution 455
  • Bibliography 475
  • Chapter XIX - Austria, Turkey, and The Balkans 477
  • Bibliography 508
  • Chapter XX - Colonies and Imperial Expansion 511
  • Bibliography 530
  • Chapter XXI - Triple Alliance and The Ententes 532
  • Bibliography 550
  • Chapter XXII - The Causes of the Great War 551
  • Bibliography 571
  • Chapter XXIII The Great War 574
  • Bibliography 615
  • Chapter XXIV - The Settlement of 1920 618
  • Bibliography 641
  • Chapter XXV The Russian Revolution 643
  • Chapter XXVI - Problems After the War 663
  • Bibliography 702
  • Chapter XXVII - The European Countries After The War 704
  • Bibliography 740
  • Chapter XXVIII - European Civilization Since The French Revolution 742
  • Bibliography 776
  • Chapter XXIX - Social and Intellectual Changes 778
  • Bibliography 796
  • Appendix 799
  • Index 809
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