Great Britain, France, and the German Problem, 1918-1939: A Study of Anglo-French Relations in the Making and Maintenance of the Versailles Settlement

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INDEX
ALSACE, strategic importance, 181
Ambassadors, Conference of, constitution, 59-60; supervision of military terms, 136-138, 144
Andler, Charles, 6
Anglo-French Naval Compromise, 160, 162
Anglo-German Naval Agreement, 153
Arbitration, in London Agreements, 1924, 79; compulsory, British attitude to, 213
Armistice ( 1918), German appeal for, 8-10; pre-armistice negotiations, 10-12, 16-17, 26-27; preparation of naval terms, 16-17, 28-29; preparation of military terms, 13-29; problem of enforcement, 131-132. See also Fourteen Points
Austria, 223, 228-229
Austro-Hungarian Empire, British attitude to, 221-222
BALANCE of Power, 2, 4-5, 52, 153; Clemenceau on, 37
Balfour, Arthur J., on Fourteen Points, 11; and Treaty of Guarantee ( 1919), 38-39; on Treaty of Locarno, 97; on control of German disarmament, 146; at Washington, 159; on French Rhineland plans ( 1917), 172; on French security, 197; on war aims ( 1917), 220-222
Balfour Note on war debts, 117-118
Bardoux, J., 163n.
Bar le Duc, PoincarU+00E9 at, 76
Belgium, in Supreme Council, 59, 72, 94; in Conference of Ambassadors, 60
Benes, Dr., on French and British policy, 225-226
Bliss, Gen., 14, 145; armistice proposals, 23-25, 27; on Supreme War Council, 58
Blum, LU+00Eon, 9on, 208
Bonar Law, on Ruhr occupation, 52; on Rhineland occupation, 84; reparation plan ( January 1923), 90, 119, 125
Boulogne Note, 135, 142. See also Conferences
Bourquin, M., 101
Boutroux, M., 6-7
Boyden, R., 91n., 119n.
Bradbury, Sir John, 77, 78
Brailsford, H. N., 42, 210
Briand, Aristide, on Treaty of Versailles, 67; abandons Ruhr occupation, 71-72; against isolated action, 76; and Locarno negotiations, 96-97; on German military formations, 144; proposes Committee of Verification, 148; at Washington Conference, 154-155, 159; and Rhineland plans ( 1917), 171; and Franco-Russian agreement ( 1917), 171-172. See also Great Britain: Anglo- French Pact
Bridgeheads, proposed as armistice provision, 15, 19, 21; attitude of Haig, 20; in armistice agreement, 30; occupation of, advised ( 1953), 83; right of occupation to enforce disarmament proposed by Clemenceau, 146-147, 175, 192-193; Foch on, 189
Brouckère, L. de, 140
Brussels. See under Conferences
CAMBON, JULES, 153, 204
Cambon, Paul, Note of 26 Nov. 1918, 121, 173, 182, 224
Cannes. See under Conferences
Cecil, Lord Robert, 55, 63, 76, 168
Chamberlain, Sir Austen, policy advised by, in 1924, 54; and Locarno negotiations, 96-97; and German entry into League, 98-100; on territorial revision, 54-55, 228; on disarmament of Germany, 149; on armaments, 161; on Low Countries, 191; on demilitarized zone, 192-195; on definition of aggression, 212
Clemenceau, G., speech of 29 Dec. 1918, 37; at Paris Peace Conference, 31-35; demands right to occupy bridgeheads to enforce disarmament, 146-147, 175, 192-193; on disarmament of Germany, 149; on Rhineland, 173-178, 188; and Anglo-American Guarantec ( 1919), 37-39, 174-176; on Poland, 222
Cologne, prolongation of occupation, 54, 56, 80-81, 136-137, 188
Conferences: Paris ( 5-9 Oct. 1918), 10, 14; Paris ( 29 Oct.-4 Nov. 1918), 12-16, 27-30; Paris Peace Conference ( 1919), 31-35; San Remo ( 19-26 April 1920), 45, 71, 74, 85-86; Hythe ( 15-17 May 1920), 85, 115; Boulogne ( 21-22 June 1920), 85; Brussels ( 3 July 1920), 85; Spa ( 5-15 July 1920), 71, 85-88, 115, 136; Brussels ( Dec. 1920), 88; Paris ( 24-30 Jan. 1920, 71, 85-86, 88, 115, 136; Chequers ( 27 Feb. 1921), 71; London ( 1-14 March 1921), 71, 85, 88-89, 108; Lympne ( 23-24 April 1921), 71; London ( 29 April-5 May 1921), 71-72, 108, 123; Washington Naval ( 1921-22), 154-155, 159;

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