4 edition of evolution of British disarmament policy in the 1920s found in the catalog.
evolution of British disarmament policy in the 1920s
|LC Classifications||JX1974 .R47 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||89030894|
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: Evolution of British Disarmament Policy in the s (): Dick Richardson: Books. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The disarmament problem; Britain and the disarmament problem; the Conservative government and the disarmament problem; the Geneva protocol and the Locarno Treaties; the evolution of a policy; international technical and political discussions; naval.
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The League's inability to promote disarmament led United States Secretary of State Frank Kellogg and French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand to jointly denounce war in the Kellogg-Briand Pact, which stated that the signing parties condemned recourse to war, and denounced it as an aspect of policy.
In the s, the League largely failed in bringing about Disarmament. It was one of the key aims of the League. The Washington Naval Conference At the Washington Naval Conference inthe USA, Japan, Britain and France agreeed to limit the size Author: Social Studies Singapore.
As a result, politicians favoured disarmament, something which was now being encouraged world wide. The disadvantage, was that this would seriously weaken British forces, and also hindered the fact that Britain was one of the League's key military backers in the event of a problem.
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American foreign policy was far from isolationist in the '20s. Disarmament. Two factors prompted American calls for disarmament during the s. First, many Americans believed the arms buildup, particularly the Anglo‐German naval rivalry, was a cause of World War I and that reducing military strength would therefore help prevent another war.
(New York, ), pp. ; and D. Richardson, The Evolution of British Disarmament Policy in the s (New York, ). The work of Professor David Carlton must be treated separately in this respect. Although a decided critic of the foreign and defense policy of the second Baldwin.
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Several of Harding's other appointments left much to be desired, however, and. Convertibility and the Militaristic Perversion of A advantages.’ 31 In the leading scholarly work on disarmament of the s, The Evolution of British Disarmament Policy in the Author: Waqar Zaidi.Foreign Policy in the s In relation to the rest of the world, the United States drew into isolation, as reflected through its foreign policy during the twenties.
New restrictions on immigration and a lack of membership in international organizations, such as the League of Nations and the World Court, contributed to this isolationist period.P.G.
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The experiences during the War influenced British society, particularly women.