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Peacemaking, Peacekeeping - International Relations 1918-36
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Introduction 1 What you will study 2 How you will be assessed 3 About this book Chapter 1 The Paris Peace Conference: the aims of the participants 1 Conditions in Europe in 1919 2 Aims of the USA in Paris 1919 3 British aims for the Paris Peace Conference 1919 4 French aims for the Paris Peace Conference 1919 5 Italian aims for the Paris Peace Conference 1919 6 German hopes for the Paris Peace Conference 1919 Examination advice Examination practice Activities Chapter 2 The terms of the Paris Peace Treaties 1919-20 1 The Treaty of Versailles 2 The Treaty of St Germain-en-Laye 3 The Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine 4 The Treaty of Trianon 5 The Treaty of Sevres Examination advice Examination practice Activities Chapter 3 The geopolitical and economic impact of the Paris Peace Treaties on Europe 1 Germany 1919-1929 2 Key debate 3 Russia 1917-32 4 Italy 1919-28 5 Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland and the Balkans Examination advice Examination practice Activities Chapter 4 International diplomacy and the League of Nations 1 Diplomatic realities after Paris 1919 2 The League of Nations 3 Disarmament 1922-1935 4 Establishment and impact of the mandate system 5 Key debate Examination advice Examination practice Activities Chapter 5 The Great Depression and threats to international peace and collective security 1 The economic and political effects of the Great Depression 2 The Manchurian Crisis 3 Key debate 4 The Abyssinian Crisis 5 International agreements and diplomatic actions 1934-6 Examination advice Examination practice Activities Timeline Glossary Further reading Internal assessment

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Andy Dailey has degrees from Vanderbilt and Michigan State Universities in history and education. He is an experienced IB History teacher and workshop leader. He currently teaches at the New Cairo British International School in Egypt where he is CAS Coordinator. David G Williamson is a retired Head of History. He has written several texts for AS and A2, and undergraduate level.

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