Versailles and After, 1919-1933

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - History - 96 pages
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Ruth Henig's fully revised and extended second edition of Versailles and After includes a new chapter on recent historiography of the subject and provides students with concise coverage of the following topics:

* the terms of the Treaty of Versailles
* the inadeqacies of the League of Nations as a supranational peacekeeping body
* why hopes of long term stability gradually faded.

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Dr Ruth Henig CBE is an academic historian and Labour Party politician. She was awarded a PhD in history from Lancaster University in 1978, where she was a lecturer in Modern European History. She served as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

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