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The website of the recently established International Society for First World War Studies is an essential clearinghouse for news and information on current developments on the subject. Geiss, Immanuel.
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Munich: Piper, Historial de la Grande Guerre. The Historial de la Grande Guerre still sets the standard for visuals that define a site of memory, mourning—and understanding. Official website of the International Society for First World War Studies, the central clearing-house and meeting point for scholars on every aspect of the war, its origins, and its aftermath.
Lafore, Laurence. Westport, CT: Greenwood, First published in Philadelphia: Lippincott. Martel, Gordon. The Origins of the First World War.
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London: Longman, Latest edition of a book first published with James Joll in Remak, Joachim. DOI: Best read along with Schroeder , which offers an opposing perspective.
Schroeder, Paul W. Stevenson, David. Studies in European History.
London: Palgrave Macmillan, Ideal for classroom use. Strachan, Hew.
The Complex Origins of the First World War
The First World War. I, To Arms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, The first one hundred pages are definitive and provide a useful overview.
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Fritz Fischer's and A. P Taylor's challenge to this thesis caused a controversy which made it impossible to isolate the causes of the two World Wars.
Whether Hitler was an opportunist or a planner or both is discussed in a series of articles, the introduction to which considers the irrational element in Hitler's character and the contradictions in his policy. One author presents Hitler's attitude towards Japan and offers reasons why there was so little collusion between Germany and Japan before the end of Readers are introduced to the ideas of both American and Japanese writers as to the causes of the 'China Incident' of July and its influence on European politics.
Other topics presented include Mussolini's role as an 'icebreaker' for Hitler; Chamberlain's policy of appeasement; the Rome Agreements of which caused a rift between Britain and France over Ethiopia; Hitler's attitude towards Japan; Roosevelt's movement of the U. Fleet; the defeat of France; the Japanese occupation of Indo-China; and other key issues. A plea for historians of the former belligerents to meet periodically in small groups to discuss research concludes this volume. Robertson Publisher: Red Globe Press.