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The Vietnam War as history
Introduction by B.J.C. McKercher and E.J. Errington The Vietnam Analogy and the "Lessons" of History by George C. Herring The First Vietnam War: Aftershocks in the East by Peter M. Dunn The 1954Expand
Transition of Power: Britain's Loss of Global Pre-eminence to the United States, 1930-1945
Acknowledgments Prologue: power and purpose in Anglo-American relations, 1919-29 1. The end of Anglo-American naval rivalry, 1929-30 2. The undermining of war debts and reparations, 1929-32 3.Expand
Arms Limitation and Disarmament: Restraints on War, 1899-1939
Restraints on War, 1899-1939 by B.J.C. McKercher The British Government, the Hague Peace Conference of 1907, and the Armaments Question by Andre T. Sidorowicz "The British Empire Floats on theExpand
National Security and Imperial Defence: British Grand Strategy and Appeasement, 1930–1939
British grand strategy in the 1930s had two cardinal elements: security of the home islands and Imperial Defence. This article questions the view that Britain did not have a strategic commitment toExpand
Power and stability : British foreign policy, 1865-1965
British Power and Stability - The Historical Record, Zara Steiner Power, Sovereignty, and the Great Republic - Anglo-American Diplomatic Relations in the Era of the Civil War, Brian Holden ReidExpand
Anglo-American Relations in the 1920s
The Foreign Office, 1930–39: Strategy, Permanent Interests and National Security
Under the Permanent Under-Secretary, Robert Vansittart, the Foreign Office was finally returned to conducting British foreign policy on the basis of ‘old diplomacy’. This changed, however, whenExpand