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Genoa, Rapallo, and European Reconstruction in 1922

Genoa, Rapallo, and European Reconstruction in 1922

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Carole Fink, Andrew Williams, Peter Krüger, Sally Marks, Manfred Berg, Stephen A. Schuker, Anne Hogenhuis-Seliverstoff, A. A. Fursenko, Giorgio Petracchi, Frank Hadler, Magda Adam, Antoine Fleury, Takato Ueta
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  • Date Published: August 2002
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521522809

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  • One of the largest twentieth-century summit meetings, the Genoa Conference of 1922, was a notable failure, due to the gulf between the Allies and Germany, between the West and Soviet Russia, and among the World War I victors and their small allies. This book, a unique international collaboration, presents various perspectives on the Genoa Conference: its leadership, goals, and outcome. The authors present new findings on such questions as the sensational Rapallo Treaty between Germany and Russia; the strategy of the small neutral powers; and the policy of the United States toward European debts. Readers will find contrasting as well as complementary views in this volume.

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    • Date Published: August 2002
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521522809
    • length: 276 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.41kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Illustrations list
    Maps list
    Abbreviations list
    Introduction
    1. Beyond revisionism: the Genoa conference of 1992 Carole Fink
    2. The Genoa conference of 1922: Lloyd George and the politics of recognition Andrew Williams
    3. A rainy day, April 16, 1922: the Rapallo treaty and the cloudy perspective for German foreign policy Peter Krüger
    4. Reparations in 1922 Sally Marks
    5. Germany and the United States: the concept of world economic interdependence Manfred Berg
    6. American policy toward debts and reconstruction at Genoa, 1922 Stephen A. Schuker
    7. French plans for the reconstruction of Russia: a history and evaluation Anne Hogenhuis-Seliverstoff
    8. The oil problem and Soviet-American relations at the Genoa conference of 1922 A. A. Fursenko
    9. Italy at the Genoa conference: Italian-Soviet commercial relations Giorgio Petracchi
    10. The European policy of Czechoslovakia on the Eve of the Genoa conference of 1922 Frank Hadler
    11. The Genoa conference and the little entente Magda Ádám
    12. The role of Switzerland and the Neutral States at the Genoa conference Antoine Fleury
    13. The Genoa conference and Japan: a lesson in Great-Power diplomacy Takako Ueta
    Maps
    Appendix
    Selected bibliography
    Contributors
    Index.

  • Editors

    Carole Fink, Ohio State University

    Axel Frohn, German Historical Institute, Washington DC

    Jürgen Heideking, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany

    Contributors

    Carole Fink, Andrew Williams, Peter Krüger, Sally Marks, Manfred Berg, Stephen A. Schuker, Anne Hogenhuis-Seliverstoff, A. A. Fursenko, Giorgio Petracchi, Frank Hadler, Magda Adam, Antoine Fleury, Takato Ueta

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