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The New Cambridge Modern History

The New Cambridge Modern History

Volume 12. The Shifting Balance of World Forces, 1898–1945

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C. L. Mowat, David Thomson, Asa Briggs, Douglas McKie, J. P. T. Bury, J. M. K. Vyvyan, Brian Bond, Rohan Butler, J. L. Brierly, P. A. Reynolds, E. Kedourie, Percival Spear, D. G. E. Hall, J. W. Davidson, Colin Forster, J. C. Beaglehole, Isaac Deutscher, George Kennan, Elizabeth Wiskemann, Maurice Crouzet, K. Lloyd-Jones, Denis Brogan, J. H. Parry, A. E. Dyson, Renford Bambrough, W. R. Matthews, M. E. Cooke, D. C. Watt, Basil Liddell Hart, Llewelyn Woodward
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  • Date Published: November 1968
  • availability: Unavailable - out of print October 1996
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521045513

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  • This volume of the The New Cambridge Modern History examines the shifting balance of world forces from 1898 to 1945.

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    • Date Published: November 1968
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521045513
    • length: 874 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 165 x 59 mm
    • weight: 1.4kg
    • availability: Unavailable - out of print October 1996
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introductory survey: on the limits of modern history C. L. Mowat
    2. The transformation of social life David Thomson
    3. The world economy: interdependence and planning Asa Briggs
    4. Science and technology Douglas McKie
    5. Diplomatic history 1900–12 J. P. T. Bury
    6. The approach of the war of 1914 J. M. K. Vyvyan
    7. The First World War Brian Bond
    8. The peace settlement of Versailles 1918–33 Rohan Butler
    9. The League of Nations J. L. Brierly and P. A. Reynolds
    10. The Middle East 1900–45 E. Kedourie
    11. India and South-East Asia Percival Spear and D. G. E. Hall
    12. China, Japan and the Pacific 1900–31 J. W. Davidson and Colin Forster
    13. The British Commonwealth of Nations J. C. Beaglehole
    14. The Russian Revolution Isaac Deutscher
    15. The Soviet Union 1917–39 George Kennan
    16. Germany, Italy and Eastern Europe Elizabeth Wiskemann
    17. Great Britain, France, the Low Countries and Scandinavia Maurice Crouzet, translated by K. Lloyd-Jones
    18. The United States of America Denis Brogan
    19. Latin America J. H. Parry
    20. Literature 1895–1939 A. E. Dyson
    21. Philosophy and religious thought Renford Bambrough and W. R. Matthews
    22. Painting, sculpture and architecture M. E. Cooke
    23. Diplomatic history 1930–9 D. C. Watt
    24. The Second World War Basil Liddell Hart
    25. Diplomatic history of the Second World War Llewelyn Woodward
    Index.

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    C. L. Mowat

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    C. L. Mowat, David Thomson, Asa Briggs, Douglas McKie, J. P. T. Bury, J. M. K. Vyvyan, Brian Bond, Rohan Butler, J. L. Brierly, P. A. Reynolds, E. Kedourie, Percival Spear, D. G. E. Hall, J. W. Davidson, Colin Forster, J. C. Beaglehole, Isaac Deutscher, George Kennan, Elizabeth Wiskemann, Maurice Crouzet, K. Lloyd-Jones, Denis Brogan, J. H. Parry, A. E. Dyson, Renford Bambrough, W. R. Matthews, M. E. Cooke, D. C. Watt, Basil Liddell Hart, Llewelyn Woodward

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