Peace, War And The European Powers, 1814-1914: European History In Perspective

Paperback | October 15, 1996

byC. J. Bartlett

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The causes of war have tended to attract more attention than the causes of peace, yet the two are intimately related. As study of the whole question of the best methods by which to defend and advance thenational interest is often more illuminating on why wars were avoided. This valuable book will be welcomed by anyone wishing to understand the nature of European state relations in the nineteenth century.

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This valuable book will be welcomed by anyone wishing to understand the nature of European state relations in the nineteenth century. Professor Bartlett examines why major wars did happen and did not happen, with particular attention being paid to the events of 1914.

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The causes of war have tended to attract more attention than the causes of peace, yet the two are intimately related. As study of the whole question of the best methods by which to defend and advance thenational interest is often more illuminating on why wars were avoided. This valuable book will be welcomed by anyone wishing to unders...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:216 pages, 8.56 × 6.78 × 0.48 inPublished:October 15, 1996Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan

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ISBN - 10:0312161387

ISBN - 13:9780312161385

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This valuable book will be welcomed by anyone wishing to understand the nature of European state relations in the nineteenth century. Professor Bartlett examines why major wars did happen and did not happen, with particular attention being paid to the events of 1914.