Volume Information

  title={Volume Information},
  author={John Shelton and Alexander Dallin},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={693 - 702}
Abernathy, George R., Jr., The English Presbyterians and the Stuart restoration, 1648-1663, (BR) 133 Altholz, Josef L., (R) 617 Ambler, John Steward, The French Army in politics, 1945-1962, (BR) 690 Amburger, Erik, Geschichte der Behordenorganisation Russlands von Peter dem Grossen bis 1917, (BR) 676 Anderson, Olive, A liberal state at war: English politics and economics during the Crimean War, (BR) 624 Annan, Noel, The headmaster: Roxburgh of Stowe and his influence in English education, (BR… 



Woodrow Wilson and the Balfour Declaration

  • R. Lebow
  • History
    The Journal of Modern History
  • 1968
On September 3, 1917, President Wilson was asked by the British government for his opinion about the advisability of issuing a declaration of sympathy with the Zionist movement. He replied that the

The Grub Street Style of Revolution: J.-P. Brissot, Police Spy

  • R. Darnton
  • History
    The Journal of Modern History
  • 1968
Brissot's life seems a parable of his time: as one authority put it, "II est, des sa jeunesse, l'image complete de toutes les aspirations d'une generation."' This picture of the complete

Another Crisis among German Historians? Helmut Böhme's Deutschlands Weg zur Grossmacht

  • O. Pflanze
  • History
    The Journal of Modern History
  • 1968
Since the publication of Fritz Fischer's Griff nach der Weltmacht in 1964, the German historical profession has been engaged in heated and even bitter debate over its principal thesis. Was Germany's

Grosse Depression und Bismarckzeit. Wirtschaftsablauf, Gesellschaft und Politik in Mitteleuropa.

Along with Helmut Bohme's Deutschlands Weg zur Grossmacht. Studien zum Verhdltnis von Wirtschaft und Staat wdhrend der Reichsgrundungszeit 1848-1881 (Cologne and BerHn: Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 1966),

The Destruction of Britain's Last Liberal Government

Historians, much like contemporaries, have been bedeviled by the smokescreen that envelops the events of May 1915 that led to the destruction-at Liberal hands-of Britain's last Liberal government.

The Waffen SS: Hitler's Elite Guard at War, 1939–45 . By George Stein. (Ithaca, N. Y.: Cornell University Press, 1966. Pp. 330. $7.50.)

  • M. Parrish
  • Political Science
    American Political Science Review
  • 1966
pect for success at the polls. As a study of the internal anatomy of the Liberal Party this is clearly a distinguished volume; it is less successful as an exploration of the motivations of those who

Salisbury and the Italians in 1896

  • A. Marsden
  • History
    The Journal of Modern History
  • 1968
After the unification of Italy there was a fund of goodwill between England and that country. Moreover, the 1880's saw the development of common interests in the international field. For Italy was

Hitler's Secret Pamphlet for Industrialists, 1927

  • H. Turner
  • History
    The Journal of Modern History
  • 1968
More than two decades after Adolf Hitler's suicide, his as yet uncollected written works are still growing in number. In 1961 a hitherto unknown manuscript dealing primarily with foreign policy

The Trial of the Germans: An Account of the Twenty-two Defendants before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg

The issues raised by the Nuremberg trials are dealt with in this book. These include: was it a necessary response to the crimes of the Third Reich?; how were Germany and the Germans capable of such

Bruck versus Buol: The Dispute over Austrian Eastern Policy, 1853-1855

Karl Ludwig Baron Bruck is famous in Austrian history as one of her greatest economic statesmen.1 His solid accomplishments as Austrian minister of trade and of finance, founder of the Austrian Lloyd