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Locarno Revisited : European Diplomacy 1920-1929 - Michael L. Dockrill

Locarno Revisited

European Diplomacy 1920-1929

By: Michael L. Dockrill (Foreword by), Gaynor Johnson (Editor)

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Published: 19th August 2004
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This collection of essays examines European politics and diplomacy in the 1920's, with special emphasis on the Treaty of Locarno of 1925, often seen as the 'real' peace treaty at the end of the First World War.
Contributors discuss the diplomacy of the principle countries that signed the Treaty of Locarno in 1925 and consider the issues of greatest importance to the study of European history in the 1920's. they also assess whether the treaty could be seen as the 'real' peace treaty with German at the end of the First World War. Key chapters include: Locarno, Britain and the Security of Europe; Locarno: Early Test of fascist Intentions; Locarno and the Irrelevance of Disarmament.
'Locarno diplomacy' meant different things to each of the countries involved. The inability of contemporaries to arrive at a working consensus about what the treaty was intended to achieve weakened it and paved the way for its destruction. Unlike the Paris Peace Conference, however, the Treaty of Locarno and the era of diplomacy to which it gave its name, were not always seen as flawed. Until 1945, they were held up as one of the high points of European diplomacy in the 1920s. This book asks whether it is still appropriate to under-rate the importance of the Treaty of Locarno

Locarno, Britain and the Security of Europe
The Quest for a New Concert of Europe: British Pursuits of German Rehabilitation and European Stability in the 1920's
Austen Chamberlain and the Negotiation of the Kellogg-Briand Pact, 1928
Locarno: Early Test of Fascist Intentions
Poincarè, Briand and Locarno: Continuity in French Diplomacy in the 1920s
The Franco-Soviet Negotiations of 1924-27
Germany, Russia and Locarno: The German-Soviet Trade Treaty of 12 October 1925
Stresemann: A Mind Map
Locarno and the Irrelevance of Disarmament
Taming or Demonising an Aggressor: the British Debate on the End of Locarno
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ISBN: 9780714656557
ISBN-10: 0714656550
Series: Diplomats and Diplomacy
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 19th August 2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1