The book corrects many misconceptions about 19th century international relations in Western Europe which, the author feels, have been taken for granted. It is one of the first works to explain why these commonly held ideas are wrong.
|Edition description:||Revised ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.56(d)|
Table of Contents1. The Vienna Settlement 2. The Congress System and the Holy Alliance 1815-1820 3. The Holy Alliance, Europe and the East 1820-1841 4. The Crimean War - Causes and Consequences 5. Revolution: Origins 6. 1815-1848: The Age of Frustration 7. 1848: Year of Failure 8. Louis
Napoleon, Second Republic and Second Empire 9. Napoleon III and Cavour 10. Cavour and Garibaldi 11. Bismarck and Germany 1862-1871 12. Bismarck and Germany, 1871-1890 13. Imperial Conflicts and European Alignments 1875-1907 14. Cry Havoc ... 1907-1914 15. Through War to Peace