Studies in Anglo-French history during the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, edited by Alfred Coville and Harold Temperley.
Books for Libraries Press
|Series:||Essay index reprint series.
|Item Description:||--The nineteenth and twentieth centuries: English public opinion and the French revolutions of the nineteenth century, by E. Halévy. Lord Palmerston at work, 1830-41, by C. K. Webster. The annexation of Savoy and the crisis in Anglo-French relations, January-April 1860, by G. Pageés. Gambetta and England, by J. P. T. Bury. The foreign policy of Lord Salisbury, 1878-80: the problem of the Ottoman Empire, by L. Penson. The début of M. Paul Cambon in England, 1899-1903, by P. Mantoux. The part played in international relations by the conversations between the general staffs on the eve of the World War, by P. Renouvin.|
Reprint of the 1935 ed.
"These studies ... are the product of historical conferences at London in 1933 and at Paris in 1934."
|Physical Description:||xiv, 179 p. 22 cm.|