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Title The German empire and Britain's Pacific dominions, 1871-1919 : essays on the role of Australia and New Zealand in world politics in the age of imperialism / edited by John A. Moses and Christopher Pugsley

Published Claremont, Calif. : Regina Books, [2000]
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Description 576 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction / John A. Moses and Christopher Pugsley -- 1. The causes and consequences of the failure of the 1848 revolution in Germany / Walter Grab -- 2. The intellectual preparation for the Great War, 1890-1904: the historians' response / Georg. G. Iggers -- 3. A Prime Minister reflects: the War memoirs of David Lloyd George / Trevor Wilson -- 4. Wilson's image of the Prussian menace: ideology and Realpolitik / Joseph M. Siracusa -- 5. Berlin-Vienna-Berlin: military problems in the conclusion and initial stages of the Dual Alliance, 1870-1888 / Gunther R. Rothenberg -- 6. Germany during World War I: war aims, politics and military leadership, 1906-1918 / Jürgen Angelow -- 7. Losing the war: Ludendorff and German strategy in 1918 / Robin Prior -- 8. Federated Australia: republic of the south seas or New Britannia? / Geoffrey Bolton -- 9. Australian defence: perceptions and policies, 1871-191491 / Chris Coulthard-Clark -- 10. Japan in world politics and Pacific expansion. 1870s-1919 / Henry P. Frei --
11. Australian involvement in the Boer War: imperial pressure of colonial Realpolitik / Craig Wilcox -- 12. At the Empire's call: New Zealand Expeditionary Force Planning, 1901-1918 / Christopher Pugsley -- 13. The crisis of empire and colonial nationalism / John Eddy -- 14. Australian citizens and the perception of the Prussian menace: the case of a country town editor / Malcolm Saunders -- 15. Australian reactions to German interests in the Netherlands Indies and Timor prior to 1914: a strategic imperative / Peter Overlack -- 16. Australia and Germany in the Pacific: aspects of the "New imperialism" / Irmline Veit-Bause -- 17. "A wider scope of mind": Wilhelm Solf, the German colonial system and the world crisis / Peter Hempenstall -- 18. Between anxiety and aggression: Thomas Mann, German intellectuals, and the nationalist mythology of war / Martin Travers -- 19. The Hun: German soldiers and the Great War / Dennis Showalter -- 20. Reforming the Reich?: social democracy and the German state, 1890-1914 / Andrew G. Bonnell --
21. Germany 1918: a case of dual frustration ./ John A. Moses -- 22. Idealism confronts Realpolitik: the attempts to avert a world crisis through a peace movement of the churches, 1908-1914 / Julian Jenkins -- 23. The war guilt debate and the Belgian atrocities: the reaction of the Roman Catholic Church in Belgium and Germany . Gregory Munro -- 24. "Grovelling" or Realpolitik? the struggle within Australian historiography to interpret the First World War / Anthony Cooper -- 25. College Street heroes: their challenge to certain assumptions and images of the Great War / Bruce Gaunson
Notes Papers originally presented at the Trevenna Conference, held at the University of New England at Armidale, N.S.W., Feb. 9-11, 1999
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject World politics -- 1900-1918.
World politics -- 19th century.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Congresses.
World politics -- 1900-1918 -- Congresses.
World politics -- 19th century -- Congresses.
Imperialism -- Congresses.
Australia -- Foreign relations -- 1900-1945.
New Zealand -- Foreign relations.
Australia -- Foreign relations -- 1901-1945 -- Congresses
Australia -- Foreign relations -- 1900-1945 -- Congresses.
New Zealand -- Foreign relations -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Kongress
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
LC no. 00034154
ISBN 1930053010
1930053002 paperback