The League of Nations: Its Life and Times, 1920-1946

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Bibliography

A bibliography of the League of Nations would need to be a bibliography of almost all international affairs from 1920 until 1946.The following is merely a brief selection of sources used in writing this book. Publications of the League itself are cited in the notes, pp.294-310 above; a useful list of these is given in H. Aufricht, Guide to League of Nations Publications. A bibliographical survey of the work of the League, 1920-1947, New York, 1951.

Alcock, A., The History of the International Labour Organisation, London, 1970.

Amery, L. S., The Unforgiving Years, 1929-1940, London, 1955.

Ashworth, W., A Short History of the International Economy since 1850, 3rd edn, London, 1975.

Avenol, Joseph, 'The future of the League of Nations', International Affairs, 13, March-April 1934.

Avon, Earl of, The Eden Memoirs. Facing the Dictators, London, 1962.

Baer, George W., The Coming of the Italian-Ethiopian War, Cambridge, Mass., 1967.

-- Test Case. Italy, Ethiopia and the League of Nations, Stanford, California, 1976.

Baker, Ray Stannard, Woodrow Wilson. Life and letters, 6 vols, London, 1938.

-- Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement, 3 vols, New York, 1922.

Barker, A. J., The Civilising Mission. The Italo-Ethiopian war, 1935-1936, London, 1968.

Barros, James, The Aaland Islands Question. Its Settlement by the League of Nations, New Haven, Conn., 1968.

-- Betrayal from Within. Joseph Avenol, Secretary-General of the League of Nations, 1933-1940, New Haven, Conn., 1969.

-- The Corfu Incident of 1923: Mussolini and the League of Nations, Princeton, N.J., 1965.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vi
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - The World before the League 1
  • 2 - Framing the Covenant 25
  • 3 - The Covenant Reviewed 46
  • 4 - Beginnings and Setbacks 70
  • 5 - The System Takes Shape 98
  • 6 - The Lure of Disarmament 113
  • 7 - Manchuria: the Covenant Defied 137
  • 8 - The Betterment of Life 165
  • 9 - The Mandates System 192
  • 10 - The Abyssinian Disaster 221
  • 11 - The Final Years 255
  • 12 - Was Failure Inevitable? 278
  • Abbreviations 293
  • Notes 294
  • Bibliography 311
  • Appendix A 317
  • Appendix B 328
  • Appendix C 329
  • Index 330
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