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by John W. Young

eBook Britain and the World in the Twentieth Century (International Relations and the Great Powers) download ISBN: 0340540133
Author: John W. Young
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic; 1 edition (August 15, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 264
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Book Condition: Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. John W. Young is a Professor of International History at The University of Nottingham.

Book Condition: Former Library book. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Sold by Better World Books. Condition: Used: Very Good. Series: International Relations and the Great Powers. Paperback: 264 pages.

20th-century international relations, history of the relations between states, especially the great powers, from .

20th-century international relations, history of the relations between states, especially the great powers, from approximately 1900 to 2000. The history of the 20th century was shaped by the changing relations of the world’s great powers. Since France would never be reconciled to her reduced status and the loss of Alsace-Lorraine imposed by the treaty ending the Franco-German War, Bismarck strove to keep France isolated.

This article covers worldwide diplomacy and, more generally, the international relations of the major powers from 1814 to 1919. The international relations of minor countries are covered in their own history articles. This era covers the period from. This era covers the period from the end of the Napoleonic Wars and the Congress of Vienna (1814–15), to the end of the First World War and the Paris Peace Conference. For the previous era see International relations, 1648–1814. For the 1920s and 1930s see International relations (1919–1939).

International Relations and the Great Powers. This book looks at all the main phases of British foreign policy from the 1890s to the 1990s. By (author) John W. Young, By (author) Tom Tomlinson. It not only explores such major events as the Boer War, Appeasement, and the Suez Crisis, but also looks well beyond traditional diplomacy, taking in strategic, technological, economic, and ideological factors, as well as looking at such subjects as the rise of propaganda agencies and the intelligence community. The author also details specific international relations and rivalries and charts domestic influences on policy.

In 1907 the Triple Entente of Great Britain, Russia and France was achieved as a countermeasure to the expansion .

In 1907 the Triple Entente of Great Britain, Russia and France was achieved as a countermeasure to the expansion of the Triple Alliance of Germany, Austria and Italy in Balkans. Still, while the reign of King Edward VII was taking place, many of the British were concerned with domestic matters. Some important changes in the way that people lived and were governed happened. In 1949 Britain joined other Western powers in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), which was created as a counterweight to the Warsaw Block countries, leaded by USSR. Also, the late 1940’s in the British Empire were marked with the beginning of decolonization.

The international relations of minor countries are covered in their own history articles

The international relations of minor countries are covered in their own history articles.

Twentieth-century English literature. It also includes, to some extent, the US, though the main article here is American literature.

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This book looks at all the main phases of British foreign policy from the 1890s to the 1990s.

Work on the Suez Canal had begun in 1859: if seagoing ships could cross the desert with help from engineers, they could certainly sail up the Seine.

This book looks at all the main phases of British foreign policy from the 1890s to the 1990s. It not only explores such major events as the Boer War, Appeasement, and the Suez Crisis, but also looks well beyond traditional diplomacy, taking in strategic, technological, economic, and ideological factors, as well as looking at such subjects as the rise of propaganda agencies and the intelligence community. The author also details specific international relations and rivalries and charts domestic influences on policy.