|ch. viii. Foreign Affairs, June 1924, "The Bessarabian Dispute, Map and Note". Temperley, Peace Conference, IV, 213-36.|
Special references:-- * Bowman, ch. xvii. Schevill, 463-6, 474, 479. Great Britain, Naval Intelligence Division, Handbook of Serbia, Montenegro, Albania; Foreign Office Handbook, Albania. Godart, Albania. Chekrezi, Albania Past and Present.
Special references:-- * Hayes and Moon, 638-45. * Bowman, 30-5. White, The Irish Free State. Monypenny, The Two Irish Nations. Turner, Ireland and England. Phillips, The Revolution in Ireland: A History of the Years 1906-1923.
|1.||The Transcaucasian peoples-- Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan.|
References:-- * Bowman, 450-61. Toynbee, 385-98. International Conciliation, No. 138. Buchan, Nations of Today: The Baltic and Caucasian States, 172-242.
|2.||Egypt (see Part 3, VIII-G).|
|3.||India (Part 3, XI-B).|
|4.||Korea (Part 3, XII-K).|
|5.||Persia (Part 3, X).|
|6.||Arabs (Part 3, IX).|
|7.||Filipinos (Part 3, XIII-F).|
|1.||Universality and intensity of the spirit of national self-determination.|
|2.||Tendency of national self-determination in Europe to produce increasing number of small national states.|
|3.||Difficulty of drawing line between national self-determination and "secession."|
|4.||Problem: is there any solution?|
General References:--# Haskins and Lord, Some Problems of the Peace Conference. * Bowman, The New World. # House and Seymour, What Really Happened at Paris. Stoddard and Frank, Stakes of the War.
A. MEANING OF "IRREDENTISM"--desire on the part of citizens or government of an independent nation to "redeem" (i.e. annex) regions