Secret Diplomacy: How Far Can It Be Eliminated? by Paul S. Reinsch

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Author Reinsch, Paul S. (Paul Samuel), 1869-1923
LoC No. 22003117
Title Secret Diplomacy: How Far Can It Be Eliminated?
Contents Eighteenth century diplomacy -- Old diplomatic correspondence -- After the congress of Vienna -- Napoleon III, Disraeli, Bismarck -- Triple Alliance diplomacy and Morocco -- Entente diplomacy -- The crisis of 1914 -- The secret treaties of the war -- Hopes for improvement deferred -- The destruction of public confidence -- Parliament and foreign affairs -- The public and diplomacy -- A survival of absolutism -- Recent American experience -- Conclusion.
Credits Charlie Howard and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive/American Libraries.)
Language English
LoC Class D: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere
Subject Europe -- Politics and government
Subject Diplomacy
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EBook-No. 64671
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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