The Global Conflict: The International Rivalry of the Great Powers, 1880-1990

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The Global Conflict: The International Rivalry of the Great Powers, 1880-1990
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Preface to the Second Edition x
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1- From a European to a Global Balance 5
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 34
  • Chapter 2- Rivalries and Realignments, 1897-1907 35
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 55
  • Chapter 3- Towards the First World War 57
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 80
  • Chapter 4- The First World War 82
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 105
  • Chapters 5 Peacemaking, 1919-1922 107
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 135
  • Chapter 6- From the Ruhr Occupation To Manchuria 137
  • Chapter 7- The New Expansionists, 1933-1937 159
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 191
  • Chapter 8- Europe, 1938-1940 194
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 223
  • Chapter 9- Global War 226
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 252
  • Chapter 10- The Cold War in Europe, 1946-1950 254
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 282
  • Chapter 11- New Dimensions to The Cold War 285
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 314
  • Chapter 12- World Rivalries, 1954-1968 317
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 346
  • Chapter 13- The Era of Détente 349
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 373
  • Chapter 14- The End of an Era 375
  • NOTES AND REFERENCES 390
  • Further Reading 391
  • Bibliography 394
  • Maps 415
  • Index 423
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