Land and Power: British and Allied Policy on Germany's Frontiers, 1916-19

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LAND AND POWER
British and Allied Policy on Germany's Frontiers 1916-19

by HAROLD I. NELSON

LONDON: Routledge & Kegan Paul

TORONTO: University of Toronto Press

1963

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  • Title Page iii
  • Editor''s Note vii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps x
  • Preface xi
  • Principal Abbreviations xiv
  • Part One- The Wartime Background 1
  • I- Initial Attitudes on Basic Problems 3
  • II- The American Factor and British Policy, 1917-18 27
  • III- The Armistice and Territorial Questions 53
  • Part Two- Pre-Conference Preparations 89
  • IV- Advice of the Experts 91
  • V- Governmental Attitudes before Paris 126
  • Part Three- The Making of the Settlement 143
  • VI- The German-Polish Frontier 145
  • VII- ''Dinner Instead of Danzig'' 176
  • VIII- The Rhine Frontier 198
  • IX- The Treaty of Guarantee 219
  • X- Lloyd George, Wilson, and the Saar Dilemma 249
  • XI- Czechoslovakia, Austria, and Greater Germany 282
  • XII- The Low Countries- Zinc, Strategy, and Compensations 312
  • XIII- Appeasement or Statesmanship? 321
  • XIV- Conclusions 364
  • Bibliography 383
  • Index 393
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