• Publications
  • Influence
The Politics of the Prussian Army 1640-1945
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The Use of Day Beds in Gynaecology
  • G. Craig
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 27 June 1970
Over a ten-year period more than 3,000 patients have been admitted to 12 day beds for minor gynaecological operations. Of the first 500 women, five were detained in hospital, but subsequentExpand
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Makers of modern strategy : from Machiavelli to the nuclear age
The essays in this volume analyze war, its strategic characterisitics and its political and social functions, over the past five centuries. The diversity of its themes and the broad perspectivesExpand
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Germany 1866-1945
A history of the rise and fall of united Germany, which lasted only 75 years from its establishment by Bismark in 1870. Suitable for A Level and upwards. In the OXFORD HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE series.
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Force and Statecraft: Diplomatic Problems of Our Time
The international system from the seventeenth century to the present: The emergence of the great powers Eighteenth-century diplomacy Balance of power, 1815-1914: three experiments System-building,Expand
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The politics of the unpolitical : German writers and the problem of power, 1770-1871
Craig deals with a question that has always been a point of controversy: do political writers have responsibility and are they obliged to show political engagement in their works? Craig answers thisExpand
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Europe Since 1815
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Geneva, Zurich, Basel: History, Culture, and National Identity
Recognized by historians and politicians as a model for European unity, Switzerland is nonetheless a difficult country to understand as a whole. Whereas individual Swiss cities have strong identitiesExpand
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12. Delbrück: The Military Historian
  • G. Craig
  • Political Science
  • 31 December 1986
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A Case of Symptomatic Haemolytic Anaemia in Pregnancy
A married woman aged 29 was first seen by one of us (G. A. C.) at St. Luke's Maternity Hospital in October, 1949.' She was then in the last trimester of her first pregnancy. She gave a history ofExpand
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