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Black Watch on the Rhine: A Study in Propaganda, Prejudice and Prurience
appealed to western racism, credulity, assumptions of cultural superiority, prurience, and notions of white female purity and frailty. The propaganda routinely portrayed 40,000 black savages roamingExpand
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The Illusion of Peace: International Relations in Europe, 1918-1933
Map1: Europe in 1914 Map 2: Europe in 1925 Map 3: Weimar Germany Map 4: Eastern Europe in 1925 The Pursuit of Peace The Effort to Enforce the Peace The Revision of the Peace The Years of Illusion TheExpand
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The Illusion of Peace
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The Myths of Reparations
Reparations after World War I can be divided into two categories: non-German reparations, which remain largely terra incognita to the historian, and German reparations, an excruciatingly tangledExpand
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Mussolini and Locarno: Fascist Foreign Policy in Microcosm
some glory could be collected on the cheap, as at Corfu or in Albania, but evinced extreme nervousness over major ventures involving risk, as in the Ruhr occupation of 1923 and at the prospect of warExpand
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The World According to Washington
Henry Blumenthal. Illusion and Reality in Franco-American Diplomacy, 1914–1945 Julian G. Hurstfield. America and the French Nation, 1939–194.5
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Reparations Reconsidered: A Rejoinder
In the issue of June 1971, there appeared David Felix's “Reparations Reconsidered with a Vengeance,” which constitutes an assault upon my article, “Reparations Reconsidered: A Reminder,” in theExpand
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The Revision of the Peace
The 1924 reparations settlement constituted a major revision of the Versailles Treaty in that the Reparations Commission was reorganised while both its powers and German payments were sharplyExpand