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The European Anarchy

ISBN 9781138958715
Published April 26, 2017 by Routledge
154 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 1916, this book comprises of a set of notes by G. Lowes Dickinson on his interpretation of the causes of the First World War. Writing during this time, the author admits that a complete comprehension of the causes of the First World War was impossible as no one knew the secrets of the few men who directly brought it about. Dickinson argues that the feeling of every nation about itself and about its neighbours is determined by the history of the past and by the way that history is regarded and, as a consequence, the picture looks different from every point of view. In this knowledge, the author gives his account.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction  2. The Triple Alliance and the Entente  3. Great Britain  4. France  5. Russia  6. Austria-Hungary  7. Germany  8. Opinion in Germany  9. Opinion about Germany  10. German Policy from the Decade 1890-1900  11. Vain Attempts at Harmony  12. Europe Since the Decade 1890-1900  13. Germany and Turkey  14. Austria and the Balkans  15. Morocco  16. The Last Years  17. The Responsibility and the Moral  18. The Settlement  19. The Change Needed

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G. Lowes Dickinson