Britain, France And The Entente Cordiale Since 1904

Hardcover | January 9, 2007

byAntoine Capet

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This collection gathers many of the best-known names in the English-speaking world in the field of Anglo-French relations, providing an authoritative survey for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students studying International Relations in the long twentieth century, starting with the crucial period of the First World War and ending with the equally complex question of the second Iraq War. The emphasis is on British perceptions of the Entente, a subject which has not, until now, received the attention it deserves.

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This collection gathers many of the best-known names in the English-speaking world in the field of Anglo-French relations, providing an authoritative survey for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students studying International Relations in the long twentieth century, starting with the crucial period of the First World War and end...

ANTOINE CAPET is Editor of the "Britain since 1914" section of the Royal Historical Society Bibliography and is General Editor of the Revue française de civilisation britannique.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.56 inPublished:January 9, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230009026

ISBN - 13:9780230009028

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Foreword--A.Capet * Going to War With the French: The British Army Prepares for Continental War, 1904-1914--W.Philpott * 'French people have a peculiar facility for being misrepresented': British Perceptions of France in the Great War--J.Ramsden * Lloyd George and Clemenceau--K. O.Morgan * The 'Entente Cordiale' and the Problems of Disarmament--A.Webster * The Financial Aspects of the 'Entente Cordiale'--R.Boyce * British Communists and Anglo-French Relations Between the Wars--A.Thorpe * Churchill and de Gaulle; D.Reynolds * Anglo-French Relations in the Early Cold War, 1945-1955--A.Deighton * Anglo-French Relations in the Suez Era--P.Catterall * De Gaulle, the British and the Americans, 1958-1968--J.Ellison * The Wilson Years, 196401970--J.Young * From Heath to Thatcher, 1970-90--J.Campbell * From the End of the Cold War to the Second Iraq War, 1990-2004--K.Larres