This book is intended as a sequel to author’s earlier volume on The Remaking of Modern Europe (1789-1871), first published in 1909, and has been written in response to requests for a continuation of the narrative. It is offered as a preliminary survey of a large tract of country.
1. Introductory: The New Era 2. The New Germany and The New France (1871-75) 3. The Eastern Questions (1875-98) 4. The Ascendency of Germany (1879-90). The Triple Alliance. The German Empire in Africa 5. The Egyptian Problem (1875-99) 6. The Expansion of Russia: The Franco-Russian Alliance (1890-98) 7. The United States of America as a World Power (1898-1916) 8. The English in South Africa (1871-1902) 9. West and East (1839-1907) 10. The Diplomatic Revolution (1890-1911) 11. The Problem of the Near East (1888-1911) 12. The Balkan League and the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) 13. The World War (1914-1918) 14. The World Settlement (1919-1920)
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