The Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, 1783-1919: Volume 2, 1815-1866

The Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, 1783-1919: Volume 2, 1815-1866

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With contributions from leading historians of the day, alongside chapters by politicians, journalists and lawyers, this three-volume work was the first comprehensive survey of foreign policy during the rise of Britain as a major power. Published between 1922 and 1923, it is unashamed in its aim to present 'a national point of view [with] an avowed regard for the interests, and above all for the honour of Great Britain', but is all the more illuminating for that. Including some original memoranda and documents, it takes as its starting point the Treaty of Paris ending the American War of Independence, and concludes with the Treaty of Versailles (1919). Volume 2 begins with the defeat of Napoleon, the Congress of Vienna and concerns over the balance of power in Europe. The broader focus of Britain's interests in this period is reflected in chapters on the Far East, America and India.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113912885X
  • 9781139128858

Table of contents

Preface; Book II. From the Second Peace of Paris, 1815, to the Eve of the Revolution of 1848-9: 1. Great Britain and the Continental Alliance, 1816-22 W. A. Phillips; 2. The foreign policy of Canning, 1820-7 H. W. V. Temperley; 3. Belgium, 1830-9 G. W. T. Omond; 4. The Near East and France 1829-47 R. B. Mowat; 5. India and the Far East, 1833-49 G. P. Moriarty; 6. United States and colonial development, 1815-46 A. P. Newton; Book III. From the Outbreak of the February Revolution to the Death of Palmerston and the Resignation of Russell, 1848-66: 7. The European revolution and after, 1848-54 F. J. C. Hearnshaw; 8. The Crimean War and the French alliance, 1853-8 W. F. Reddaway; 9. India and the Far East, 1848-58 F. W. Buckler; 10. The Franco-Italian war, Syria and Poland, 1859-63 R. R. Reid; 11. Commercial relations, 1828-1865. 1. Zollverein negotiations, 1828-65 J. H. Clapham; 2. The French Commercial Treaty of 1860 E. A. Benians; 12. Anglo-American relations during the Civil War, 1860-5 A. P. Newton; 13. The Schleswig-Holstein question, 1852-66 A .W. Ward; 14. Greece and the Ionian Islands, 1832-64 A. W. Ward; Appendices; Bibliographies; Index.show more