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Preference for consistency and value dissimilarities in dehumanization and prejudice toward asylum seekers in Australia
Recent research has highlighted the importance of differential attribution of uniquely human characteristics in dehumanization and prejudice. Relatively little is known, however, about the importanceExpand
Victory through Coalition: Britain and France during the First World War
Introduction 1. Coalition warfare and the Franco-British alliance 2. Command 1914-15 3. The Battle of the Somme, 1916 4. The liaison services, 1914-16 5. The allied response to the German submarineExpand
Marshal Ferdinand Foch versus Georges Clemenceau in 1919
This article defends Marshal Ferdinand Foch against historian J.C. King’s harsh verdict that Foch had caused a political crisis in 1919 with his dispute with the French premier, Georges Clemenceau,Expand
Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement in the Endorsement of Asylum Seeker Policies in Australia
Moral disengagement is a process whereby the self-regulatory mechanisms that would otherwise sanction unethical conduct can be selectively disabled. The present research proposed that moralExpand
The French Army on the Western Front
This paper seeks to correct some common misperceptions about the French Army before and during the First World War. The first is characterised by such terms as furia francese or elan vital, meaning...
Liaisons not so Dangerous: First World War Liaison Officers and Marshal Ferdinand Foch
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The work of Foch's liaison officers is examined to show how their reporting illuminates his actions in carrying out his various wartime command roles, and gives an insight into the neglected area of staff work. Expand
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, GEORGES CLEMENCEAU, AND THE 1918 MANPOWER CRISIS
This analysis of the Anglo-French dispute over manpower resources in 1918, in the context of Germany's five Spring offensives on the Western Front, reveals the lack of effective and agreed policies.Expand
Myth and Memory: Sir Douglas Haig and the Imposition of Allied Unified Command in March 1918
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig's claim to have taken the initiative in getting General Ferdinand Foch appointed to the allied supreme command in 1918 needs re-evaluation. After a discussion of theExpand
Book Review: Writing About France’s Great War
Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau and Annette Becker, 14–18. Understanding the Great War, New York, Hill and Wang, 2002; pp. 280; ISBN 0 8090 4624 3 Anthony Clayton, Paths of Glory. The French Army 1914–1918,Expand
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