|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Series:||Publications of the German Historical Institute Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.61(d)|
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments; Introduction Manfred F. Boemeke, Gerald D. Feldman, and Elisabeth Glaser; Prologue: 1919-1945-1989 Ronald Steel; Part I. Peace Planning and the Actualities of the Armistice: 1. Germany's peace aims and the domestic and international constraints Klaus Schwabe; 2. 'Had we known how bad things were in Germany, we might have got stiffer terms': Great Britain and the German Armistice David French; 3. French war aims and peace planning David Stevenson; 4. Wilsonian concepts and international realities at the end of the war Thomas J. Knock; 5. A comment Alan Sharp; Part II. The Peacemakers and their Home Fronts: 6. Great Britain: the home front Erik Goldstein; 7. The French peacemakers and their home front Georges-Henri Soutou; 8. The American mission to negotiate peace: an historian looks back Lawrence E. Gelfand; 9. Between Compiègne and Versailles: the Germans on the way from a misunderstood defeat to an unwanted peace Fritz Klein; 10. A comment Antony Lentin; Part III. The Reconstruction of Europe and the Settlement of Accounts: 11. The Minorities question at the Paris Peace Conference: the Polish Minority Treaty, June 28, 1919 Carole Fink; 12. The Rhineland question: West European Security at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 Stephen A. Schuker; 13. The Polish question Piotr S. Wandycz; 14. Smoke and mirrors: in smoke-filled rooms and the Galeries des Glaces Sally Marks; 15. The making of the economic peace Elisabeth Glaser; 16. The balance of payments question: Versailles and after Niall Ferguson; 17. A comment Gerald D. Feldman; Part IV. The Legacy and Consequences of Versailles: 18. The Soviet Union and Versailles Jon Jacobson; 19. Versailles and international diplomacy William R. Keylor; 20. The League of Nations: toward a new appreciation of its history Antoine Fleury; 21. A comment Diane B. Kunz; Part V. Antecedents and Aftermaths: Reflections on the War Guilt Question and the Settlement: 22. Max Weber and the Peace Treaty of Versailles Wolfgang J. Mommsen; 23. The construction of the American interpretation: the pro-Treaty version William C. Widenor; 24. British revisionism Michael Graham Fry; 25. Woodrow Wilson's image of Germany, the war-guilt question, and the Treaty of Versailles Michael Graham Fry; 26. A comment Gordon Martel; Bibliography; Index.