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The Versailles Settlement (3rd Edition)

Peacemaking after the First World War, 1919-1923

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 344
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The Making of the Twentieth Century

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The third edition of this acclaimed textbook on peace-making after the First World War advances that the responsibility for the outbreak of a new, even more ruinous, war in 1939 cannot be ascribed entirely to the planet’s...

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The third edition of this acclaimed textbook on peace-making after the First World War advances that the responsibility for the outbreak of a new, even more ruinous, war in 1939 cannot be ascribed entirely to the planet’s most powerful men and their meeting in Paris in January 1919 to reassemble a shattered world. Giving a concise overview of the problems and pressures these key figures were facing, Alan Sharp provides a coherent introduction to a highly complex and multi-dimensional topic.

This is an ideal resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students taking modules on the Versailles Settlement, European and International History, Modern History, Interwar Europe, The Great War, Twentieth Century Europe, German History, or Diplomatic History, on either History courses or International Relations/Politics courses. 

 

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  • Lively and accessible
  • Combines a chronology of peace-making with concise coverage of the key issues
  • Contains useful reading aides, including maps, a timeline, and biographies of leading figures




  • Fully revised and expanded
  • Incorporates the latest research
  • Includes a section on changing perceptions of the peace settlement over the past one hundred years
  • Updated footnotes and bibliography



List of Maps
Foreword
Chronology
Note to the Second Edition
The Peacemakers
1. The Old World Falls Apart
2. The Paris Peace Conference
3. The League of Nations
4. Reparations
5. The German Settlement
6. The Eastern European Settlement
7. The Colonial, Near and Middle Eastern Settlements
Conclusion
End Note to the Third Edition: Changing Perceptions of the Versailles Settlement
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliographical Note
Bibliography
Index.

 

Alan Sharp’s book offers an invaluable overview of the post-First World War peace treaties for students and for the general reader. It is a pleasure to see a new and updated third edition that includes an excellent survey of the historical debate on the topic. – David Stevenson, LSE, UK
The comprehensive chronology of key events, the long list of dramatis personae, and especially the excellent annotated bibliography which reviews the historiography of the subject since the last edition, admirably complements the superb text to qualify the third edition of The Versailles Settlement as the most valuable treatment of the subject available. – William R. Keylor, Boston University, USA
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Alan Sharp is Emeritus Professor of International History at the University of Ulster, UK.

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Alan Sharp is Emeritus Professor of International History at the University of Ulster, UK.

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