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Anglo-French Relations since the Late Eighteenth Century.

By: Stone, Glyn.
Contributor(s): Otte, Thomas G.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (281 p.).ISBN: 9781317997832.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Anglo-French Relations since the Late Eighteenth CenturyDDC classification: 327.41044 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introduction: the Entente Cordiale and the Sea Serpent -- 2 Talleyrand and England, 1792-1838: A Reinterpretation -- 3 Castlereagh and France -- 4 Palmerston and Anglo-French Relations, 1846-1865 -- 5 From "War-in-Sight" to Nearly War: Anglo-French Relations in the Age of High Imperialism, 1875-1898 -- 6 Clemenceau's Contacts with England -- 7 The Anglo-French Victory on the Somme -- 8 Austen Chamberlain and Britain's Relations with France, 1924-1929
9 Anglo-French Imperial Relations in the Arab World: Intelligence Liaison and Nationalist Disorder, 1920-1939 -- 10 Yvon Delbos and Anthony Eden: Anglo-French Cooperation, 1936-1938 -- 11 "A Very Great Clerk": Sir Ronald Campbell and the Fall of France, May-June 1940 -- 12 Entente Neo-Coloniale?: Ernest Bevin and the Proposals for an Anglo-French Third World Power, 1945-1949 -- 13 Separated by the Atlantic: The British and de Gaulle, 1958-1967 -- 14 Britain, France, and America's Year of Europe, 1973 -- Notes on Contributors -- Index
Summary: This work, intended to commemorate the centenary of the Entente Cordiale in 2004, examines aspects of Anglo-French relations since the late eighteenth century when both Britain and France were pre-eminent great powers at war with one another through to the post-Second World War period when both had become rival second class powers in the face of American and Soviet dominance. The chapters in this book examine and illuminate the nature of the Anglo-French relationship at certain periods during the last two hundred years, both in peacetime and in war and include political, economic, di
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introduction: the Entente Cordiale and the Sea Serpent -- 2 Talleyrand and England, 1792-1838: A Reinterpretation -- 3 Castlereagh and France -- 4 Palmerston and Anglo-French Relations, 1846-1865 -- 5 From "War-in-Sight" to Nearly War: Anglo-French Relations in the Age of High Imperialism, 1875-1898 -- 6 Clemenceau's Contacts with England -- 7 The Anglo-French Victory on the Somme -- 8 Austen Chamberlain and Britain's Relations with France, 1924-1929

9 Anglo-French Imperial Relations in the Arab World: Intelligence Liaison and Nationalist Disorder, 1920-1939 -- 10 Yvon Delbos and Anthony Eden: Anglo-French Cooperation, 1936-1938 -- 11 "A Very Great Clerk": Sir Ronald Campbell and the Fall of France, May-June 1940 -- 12 Entente Neo-Coloniale?: Ernest Bevin and the Proposals for an Anglo-French Third World Power, 1945-1949 -- 13 Separated by the Atlantic: The British and de Gaulle, 1958-1967 -- 14 Britain, France, and America's Year of Europe, 1973 -- Notes on Contributors -- Index

This work, intended to commemorate the centenary of the Entente Cordiale in 2004, examines aspects of Anglo-French relations since the late eighteenth century when both Britain and France were pre-eminent great powers at war with one another through to the post-Second World War period when both had become rival second class powers in the face of American and Soviet dominance. The chapters in this book examine and illuminate the nature of the Anglo-French relationship at certain periods during the last two hundred years, both in peacetime and in war and include political, economic, di

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