Modern history



FRUS Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States:
The Paris Peace Conference 1919
PWW The Papers of Woodrow Wilson


Bodleian Library, Oxford
Alfred Milner Papers
British Library, London
Arthur Balfour Papers
George Nathaniel Curzon Papers
Edwin Montagu Papers
Churchill College, Cambridge
Archives of Lord Hankey of the Chart
Winston S. Churchill Papers, Charwell Group
Alan Leeper Papers
House of Lords Record Office
Lloyd George Papers
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
The Ray Stannard Baker Papers
George Louis Beer Collection
Tasker H. Bliss Papers
Ministère des Affaires Etrangères, Paris
Jules Cambon Papers
Paul Cambon Papers
Georges Mandel Papers
André Tardieu Papers
Série à Paix, 1914–1920
Europe, 1918–1929
Ministère de la Défense, Archives d’Armée de Terre, Château de Vincennes
Clemenceau Papers
National Archives of Canada, Ottawa
Oliver Mowat Biggar Papers
Robert Laird Borden Papers
Loring Christie Papers
National Library of Australia, Canberra
Frederic William Eggleston Papers
William Morris Hughes Papers
J. G. Latham Papers
R. R. Garran Papers
Public Record Office, London
Cabinet Papers, CAB 29/Peace Conference and Other International Conferences
Scottish Record Office, Edinburgh
Lothian (Philip Kerr) Papers
St. Antony’s College, Oxford
Neill Malcolm Papers
University Microfilms International
Sidney Sonnino Papers
Yale University Library, New Haven
Gordon Auchincloss Papers
Edward Mandel House Papers
Charles Seymour Papers
Sir William Wiseman Papers


Adam, M. “France and Hungary at the Beginning of the 1920s,” War and Society in East Central Europe, ed. B. K. Kiraly, P. Pastor and I. Sanders, vol. 6, Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, A Case Study on Trianon, ed. B. K. Kiraly, P. Pastor and I. Sanders. New York, 1982.

Adamthwaite, A. Grandeur and Misery: France’s Bid for Power in Europe, 1914–1940. London, 1995.

Adelson, R. Mark Sykes: Portrait of an Amateur. London, 1967.

Ahmad, F. “The Late Ottoman Empire,” The Great Powers and the End of the Ottoman Empire, ed. M. Kent. London, 1984.

Alastos, D. Venizelos: Patriot, Statesman, Revolutionary. London, 1942.

Albrecht-Carrié, R. “Fiume: Nationalism versus Economics,” Journal of Central European A fairs (1942).

———. Italy at the Paris Peace Conference. Hamden, Connecticut, 1966.

Alcock, A. “Trentino and Tyrol: From Austrian Crownland to European Region,” Europe and Ethnicity, ed. S. Dunn and T. G. Fraser. London, 1996.

Aldcroft, D. H. From Versailles to Wall Street, 1919–1929. London, 1987.

———. “The Versailles Legacy,” History Review, 29 (December 1997).

Aldrovandi Marescotti, L. Guerra diplomatica: ricordi e frammenti di diario. Milan, 1936.

———. Nuovi ricordi e frammenti di diario per far seguito a “Guerra diplomatica” (1914–1919). Milan, 1938.

Allizé, H. Ma mission à Vienne. Paris, 1933.

Almond, N., and R. H. Lutz, eds. The Treaty of St. Germain: A Documentary History of Its Territorial and Political Clauses. Stanford, California, 1935.

Ambrosius, L. E. Woodrow Wilson and the American Diplomatic Tradition: The Treaty Fight in Perspective. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1990.

Amery, L. S. The Leo Amery Diaries, ed. J. Barnes and D. Nicholson, 2 vols. London, 1980.

Anderson, M. S. The Eastern Question, 1774–1923: A Study in International Relations. London, 1966.

Andrew, C. M., and A. S. Kanya-Forstner. France Overseas: The Climax of French Imperial Expansion, 1914–1924. Stanford, California, 1981.

Antonius, G. The Arab Awakening: The Story of the Arab National Movement. New York, 1965.

Apponyi, A. The Memoirs of Count Apponyi. London, 1935.

Armstrong, H. F. Peace and Counterpeace: From Wilson to Hitler: Memoirs of Hamilton Fish Armstrong. New York, 1971.

Ashmead-Bartlett, E. The Tragedy of Central Europe. London, 1923.

Azan, P. Franchet d’Esperey. Paris, 1949.

Baerlein, H. P. The Birth of Yugoslavia, 2 vols. London, 1922.

Bailey, T. A. Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace. Chicago, 1963.

Baker, R. S. What Wilson Did at Paris. New York, 1919.

———. Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement: Written from His Unpublished Material, 2 vols. London, 1923.

———. Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, 8 vols. Garden City, New York, 1927–39.

Banac, I. The National Question in Yugoslavia: Origins, History, Politics. Ithaca and London, 1984.

Bandholtz, H. An Undiplomatic Diary by the American Member of the Inter-Allied Military Mission to Hungary, 1910–1920. New York, 1966.

Barcsay, T. “The Karolyi Revolution in Hungary, October 1918–March 1919,” unpublished DPhil. thesis. University of Oxford, 1971.

Barker, E. Austria 1918–1972. London, 1973.

Bartlett, V. Behind the Scenes at the Peace Conference. London, 1920.

Baruch, B. M. The Making of the Reparation and Economic Sections of the Treaty. New York, 1920.

Bauer, O. The Austrian Revolution. London, 1925.

Beadon, R. H. Some Memories of the Peace Conference. London, 1933.

Beaverbrook, Lord. The Decline and Fall of Lloyd George. London, 1963.

Beers, B. F. Vain Endeavor: Robert Lansing’s Attempts to End the American-Japanese Rivalry. Durham, North Carolina, 1962.

Bell, P.M.H. France and Britain 1900–1940: Entente and Estrangement. London and New York, 1996.

Bennett, G. Cowan’s War: The Story of British Naval Operations in the Baltic, 1918–1920. London, 1964.

Bessel, R. Germany After the First World War. Oxford, 1993.

———. “Why Did the Weimar Republic Collapse?” Weimar: Why Did German Democracy Fail?, ed. I. Kershaw. New York, 1990.

Birdsall, P. Versailles: Twenty Years After. London, 1941.

Block, R. “City of the Future,” New York Review of Books, June 9, 1994.

Boemeke, M., G. D. Feldman, and E. Glaser, eds. The Treaty of Versailles: A Reassessment After 75 Years. Cambridge and Washington, 1998.

Bonsal, S. Unfinished Business. Garden City, New York, 1944.

———. Suitors and Suppliants: The Little Nations at Versailles. New York, 1946.

Borden, R. L. Robert Laird Borden: His Memoirs, ed. H. Borden, 2 vols. London, 1938.

Borsanyi, G. The Life of Communist Revolutionary, Bela Kun. Highland Lakes, New Jersey, 1993.

Bosworth, R.J.B. “Italy and the End of the Ottoman Empire,” The Great Powers and the End of the Ottoman Empire, ed. M. Kent. London, 1984.

Bothwell, R. Loring Christie. New York and London, 1988.

Boyce, R., ed. French Foreign and Defence Policy, 1918–1940: The Decline and Fall of a Great Power. London and New York, 1998.

Brecher, F. W. “French Policy Towards the Levant, 1914–18,” Middle Eastern Studies, 29/4 (1993).

Bridge, F. R. “The Foreign Policy of the Monarchy 1908–1918,” The Last Years of Austria-Hungary, ed. M. Cornwall. Exeter, 1990.

Brown, J. M. Gandhi’s Rise to Power. Cambridge, U.K., 1972.

———. Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope. New Haven and London, 1989.

Brown, R. C. Robert Laird Borden, 2 vols. Toronto, 1975–80.

Brownell, W., and R. N. Billings. So Close to Greatness: A Biography of William C. Bullitt. New York and London, 1987.

Bruun, G. Clemenceau. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1943.

Bunselmeyer, R. The Cost of War, 1914–1919: British Economic War Aims and the Origins of Reparation. Hamden, Connecticut, 1975.

Burgwyn, H. J. Italian Foreign Policy in the Interwar Period, 1918–1940. Westport, Connecticut, 1987.

———. The Legend of the Mutilated Victory: Italy, the Great War, and the Paris Peace Conference, 1915–1919. Westport, Connecticut, 1993.

Burnett, P. M. Reparation at the Paris Peace Conference from the Standpoint of the American Delegation, 2 vols. New York, 1965.

Burns, M. “Disturbed Spirits: Minority Rights and New World Orders, 1919 and the 1990s,” New European Orders, 1919 and 1991, ed. S. F. Wells and P. Bailey Smith. Washington, D.C., 1996.

Busch, B. C. Mudros to Lausanne: Britain’s Frontier in West Asia, 1918–1923. Albany, 1976.

———. Britain, India and the Arabs, 1914–1921. Berkeley, 1971.

Butler, H. The Lost Peace. London, 1941.

Butler, J.R.M. Lord Lothian, Philip Kerr, 1882–1940. London, 1960.

Cairns, J. C. “A Nation of Shopkeepers in Search of a Suitable France: 1919–1940,” American Historical Review, 3 (1974).

Calder, K. J. Britain and the Origins of the New Europe. Cambridge, U.K., 1976.

Callimachi, A.-M. Yesterday Was Mine. New York, London and Toronto, 1949.

Callwell, C. E. Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson: His Life and Diaries, 2 vols. London, 1927.

Cambon, P. Correspondance, 1870–1924, 3 vols. Paris, 1946.

Cambridge History of Japan, 6 vols. Cambridge, 1989.

Campbell, F. G. “The Struggle for Upper Silesia, 1919–1922,” Journal of Modern History, 42/3 (September 1970).

Campbell, J. F. E. Smith, First Earl of Birkenhead. London, 1983.

Cannadine, D. The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy. New Haven and London, 1990.

Carls, S. D. Louis Loucheur and the Shaping of Modern France, 1916–1931. Baton Rouge and London, 1993.

Carsten, F. L. Revolution in Central Europe, 1918–19. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1972.

Carton de Wiart, A. Happy Odyssey: The Memoirs of Lieutenant-General Sir Adrian Carton de Wiart. London, 1950.

Cecil, R. A Great Experiment: An Autobiography. London, 1941.

———. All the Way. London, 1949.

Chernow, R. The Warburgs. New York, 1993.

Chi, M. S. China Diplomacy, 1914–1918. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1970.

———. “Ts’ao Ju-lin (1876–1966): His Japanese Connections,” The Chinese and the Japanese: Essays in Political and Cultural Interactions, ed. A. Iriye. Princeton, New Jersey, 1980.

Chow, T. The May Fourth Movement: Intellectual Revolution in Modern China. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1960.

Chu, P. V. K. Wellington Koo: A Case Study of China’s Diplomat and Diplomacy of Nationalism, 1912–1966. Hong Kong, 1981.

Churchill, W. S. The Aftermath. New York, 1929.

———. Great Contemporaries. London, 1959.

Cienciala, A. M. “The Battle of Danzig and the Polish Corridor at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919,” The Reconstruction of Poland, 1914–23, ed. P. Latawski. London, 1992.

———, and T. Komarnicki. From Versailles to Locarno: Keys to Polish Foreign Policy, 1919– 1925. Lawrence, Kansas, 1984.

Clemenceau, G. Grandeur and Misery of Victory. Toronto, 1930.

Clogg, R. A Concise History of Greece. Cambridge, U.K., 1992.

Cohen, W. I. The American Revisionists: The Lessons of Intervention in World War I. Chicago and London, 1967.

Connors, L. The Emperor’s Advisor: Saionji Kinmochi and Pre-war Japanese Politics. London, 1987.

Constant, S. Foxy Ferdinand: Tsar of Bulgaria. London, 1979.

Cook, G. L. “Sir Robert Borden, Lloyd George, and British Military Policy, 1917–1918,” Historical Journal, 14/2 (1971).

Coolidge, H. J., and R. H. Lord. Archibald Cary Coolidge. Boston and New York, 1932.

Cooper, J. M. Breaking the Heart of the World: Woodrow Wilson and the Fight for the League of Nations. Cambridge, U.K., and New York, 2001.

Cornwall, M. “The Dissolution of Austria-Hungary,” ed. M. Cornwall, The Last Years of Austria-Hungary. Exeter, 1990.

Craig, G. A., and F. Gilbert, eds. The Diplomats: 1919–1939. New York, 1963.

Crampton, R. J. A Short History of Modern Bulgaria. Cambridge, U.K., 1987.

Crozier, A. J. “The Establishment of the Mandates System, 1919–25,” Journal of Contemporary History, 14/3 (1979).

Cruttwell, C.R.M.F. A History of the Great War, 1914–1918. London, 1982.

Curry, G. “Woodrow Wilson, Jan Smuts and the Versailles Settlement,” American Historical Review, 66/4 (July 1961).

Curry, R. W. Woodrow Wilson and Far Eastern Policy, 1913–1921. New York, 1968.

Czernin, F. Versailles 1919. New York, 1964.

Darwin, J. Britain, Egypt and the Middle East: Imperial Policy in the Aftermath of War, 1918–1922. New York, 1981.

Davies, N. “Great Britain and Polish Jews, 1918–1920,” Journal of Contemporary History, 8/2 (April 1973).

———. “Lloyd George and Poland, 1919–20,” Journal of Contemporary History, 6/3 (1971).

———. White Eagle, Red Star: The Polish-Soviet War, 1919–1920. London, 1972.

———. God’s Playground: A History of Poland, 2 vols. New York, 1982.

Deák, F. Hungary at the Paris Peace Conference: The Diplomatic History of the Treaty of Trianon. New York, 1942.

Debo, R. K. Revolution and Survival: The Foreign Policy of Soviet Russia, 1917–18. Toronto and Buffalo, 1979.

Department of External Affairs, Ottawa. Documents on Canadian External Relations, vol. 2, The Paris Peace Conference. Ottawa, 1969.

Department of State. Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States: The Paris Peace Conference 1919, 13 vols. Washington, D.C., 1942–47.

———. Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States: The Robert Lansing Papers, 1914–1920, 2 vols. Washington, D.C., 1939–40.

———. The Treaty of Versailles and After. Washington, D.C., 1947.

Desmond, R. W. Windows on the World: World News Reporting, 1900–1920. Iowa City, 1980.

Deutscher, I. The Prophet Armed: Trotsky: 1879–1921. New York, 1965.

Dillon, E. J. The Inside Story of the Peace Conference. New York and London, 1920.

Dingman, R. Power in the Pacific: The Origin of Naval Arms Limitations, 1914–1922. Chicago, 1976.

Dockrill, M. L., and J. D. Goold. Peace Without Promise: Britain and the Peace Conferences, 1919–1923. Hamden, Connecticut, 1981.

Dockrill, M. L., and Z. Steiner. “The Foreign Office at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919,” International History Review, 2/1 (January 1980).

Dominian, L. The Frontiers of Language and Nationality in Europe. New York, 1917.

Dontas, D. V. “Troubled Friendship: Greco-Serbian Relations, 1914–1918,” The Creation of Yugoslavia, ed. D. Djordjevic. Santa Barbara and Oxford, 1980.

Dragnich, A. N. Serbia, Nikola Pasic, and Yugoslavia. New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1974.

———. “The Serbian Government, the Army and the Unification of Yugoslavs,” The Creation of Yugoslavia, 1914–1918, ed. D. Djordjevic. Santa Barbara and Oxford, 1980.

Duchêne, F. Jean Monnet: The First Statesman of Independence. New York, 1994.

Dugdale, B. Arthur James Balfour, 1906–1930. New York, 1937.

Dunn, S., and T. G. Fraser, eds. Europe and Ethnicity: The First World War and Contemporary Ethnic Conflict. London, 1996.

Durham, M. E. Twenty Years of Balkan Tangle. London, 1920.

Duroselle, J.-B. Clemenceau. Paris, 1988.

Duus, P. The Rise of Modern Japan. Boston, 1976.

Dyer, G. “The Turkish Armistice of 1918: 1—The Turkish Decision for a Separate Peace, Autumn 1918,” Middle Eastern Studies, 8/2 (May 1972).

———. “The Turkish Armistice of 1918: 2—A Lost Opportunity: The Armistice Negotiations of Moudros,” Middle Eastern Studies, 8/3 (October 1972).

Dziewanowski, M. K. Joseph Pilsudski: A European Federalist, 1918–1922. Stanford, 1969.

Eban, A. An Autobiography. New York, 1977.

Eckelt, F. “The Internal Policies of the Hungarian Soviet Republic,” Hungary in Revolution, 1918–19, ed. I. Volgyes. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1971.

Egerton, G. W. “Britain and the ‘Great Betrayal’: Anglo-American Relations and the Struggle for United States Ratification of the Treaty of Versailles, 1919–1920,” Historical Journal, 21/4 (1978).

———. Great Britain and the Creation of the League of Nations. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1978.

———. “The Lloyd George Government and the Creation of the League of Nations,” American Historical Review, 79/2 (April 1974).

Ekmecic, M. “Serbian War Aims,” The Creation of Yugoslavia, ed. D. Djordjevic. Santa Barbara and Oxford, 1980.

Elcock, H. Portrait of a Decision: The Council of Four and the Treaty of Versailles. London, 1972.

Elon, A. The Israelis: Founders and Sons. New York, 1972.

Epstein, K. Matthias Erzberger and the Dilemma of German Democracy. New York, 1971.

Esposito, D. M. “Imagined Power: The Secret Life of Colonel House,” Historian, 60/4 (Summer 1998).

Eubank, K. K. Paul Cambon: Master Diplomatist. Norman, Oklahoma, 1960.

Eyck, E. A History of the Weimar Republic, 2 vols. New York, 1970.

Farnsworth, B. William C. Bullitt and the Soviet Union. Bloomington and London, 1967.

Farwell, B. The Great War in Africa, 1914–1918. New York and London, 1986.

Ferguson, N. “Keynes and German Inflation,” English Historical Review, 110/436 (April 1995).

———. The Pity of War. New York, 1999.

Fifield, R. H. “Disposal of the Carolines, Marshalls, and Marianas at the Paris Peace Conference,” American Historical Review, 51/3 (April 1946).

———. Woodrow Wilson and the Far East: The Diplomacy of the Shantung Question. New York, 1952.

Figes, O. A People’s Tragedy: The Russian Revolution, 1891–1924. London, 1996.

Fischer, L. The Soviets in World A fairs: A History of the Relations between the Soviet Union and the Rest of the World, 1917–1929. New York, 1960.

Fisher, J. Curzon and British Imperialism in the Middle East, 1916–19. London, 1999.

Fitzhardinge, L. F. “Hughes, Borden, and Dominion Representation at the Paris Peace Conference,” Canadian Historical Review, 49/2 (June 1968).

———. The Little Digger, 1914–1952: William Morris Hughes. A Political Biography, 2 vols. London and Sydney, 1979.

———. “W. M. Hughes and the Treaty of Versailles, 1919,” Journal of Commonwealth Political Studies, 5 (July 1967).

Fitzherbert, M. The Man Who Was Greenmantle: A Biography of Aubrey Herbert. London, 1983.

Floto, I. Colonel House in Paris: A Study of American Policy at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919. Princeton, New Jersey, 1973.

Foch, F. The Memoirs of Marshal Foch. Garden City, New York, 1931.

Fogelsong, D. S. America’s Secret War Against Bolshevism. Chapel Hill and London, 1995.

French, D. “ ‘Had We Known How Bad Things Were in Germany, We Might Have Got Stiffer Terms’: Great Britain and the German Armistice,” The Treaty of Versailles: A Reassessment after 75 Years, ed. M. Boemeke, G. D. Feldman and E. Glaser. Cambridge, U.K., and Washington, D.C., 1998.

Fried, A., ed. A Day of Dedication: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Woodrow Wilson. New York, 1965.

Friedman, I. “The McMahon–Hussein Correspondence and the Question of Palestine,” Journal of Contemporary History, 5/2 (1970).

———. The Question of Palestine, 1914–1918: British-Jewish-Arab Relations. Oxford, 1973.

Fromkin, D. A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East. New York, 1989.

———. In the Time of the Americans: FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, Marshall, MacArthur—The Generation That Changed America’s Role in the World. New York, 1995.

Fry, M. G. Lloyd George and Foreign Policy, 2 vols. Montreal and London, 1977.

Garnett, D., ed. The Essential T. E. Lawrence. New York, 1951.

Garran, R. Prosper the Commonwealth. Sydney, 1958.

Geddes, D. “The Mandate for Yap,” History Today (December 1993).

Gelfand, L. E. The Inquiry. New Haven, Connecticut, 1963.

Genov, G. P. Bulgaria and the Treaty of Neuilly. Sofia, 1935.

George, A. L., and J. L. George. Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House: A Personality Study. New York, 1964.

Gerson, L. Woodrow Wilson and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914–1920: A Study in the Influence on American Policy of Minority Groups of Foreign Origin. Hamden, Connecticut, 1972.

Gidney, J. A. A Mandate for Armenia. Kent, Ohio, 1967.

Gilbert, M. Winston S. Churchill, 8 vols. London, 1966–88.

———. Sir Horace Rumbold: Portrait of a Diplomat, 1869–1941. London, 1973.

Gilmour, D. Curzon. London, 1994.

Glazebrook, G. P. de T. Canada at the Peace Conference. London, Toronto and New York, 1942.

Glyn, A. Elinor Glyn. London, 1968.

Gokay, B. “Turkish Settlement and the Caucasus, 1918–20,” Middle Eastern Studies, 32/2 (April 1996).

Goldstein, E. “Great Britain and Greater Greece, 1917–1920,” Historical Journal, 32/2 (1989).

———. Winning the Peace: British Diplomatic Strategy, Peace Planning, and the Paris Peace Conference, 1916–1920. Oxford, 1991.

Gollin, A. M. Proconsul in Politics: A Study of Lord Milner in Opposition and in Power. London, 1964.

Grayson, C. T. Woodrow Wilson. Washington, D.C., 1960.

Gregory, J. D. On the Edge of Diplomacy: Rambles and Reflections, 1902–1928. London, 1928.

Grew, J. C. Turbulent Era: A Diplomatic Record of Forty Years, 1904–1945. Boston, 1952.

Grigg, J. The Young Lloyd George. London, 1973.

———. Lloyd George: From Peace to War, 1912–1916. London, 1985.

———. Lloyd George: The People’s Champion. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1978.

Griswold, A. W. The Far Eastern Policy of the United States. New Haven, Connecticut, 1938.

Groueff, S. Crown of Thorns. Lanham, Maryland, 1987.

Guhin, M. A. John Foster Dulles: A Statesman and His Times. New York and London, 1972.

Guiral, P. Clemenceau et son Temps. Paris, 1994.

Hall, H. D. Mandates, Dependencies and Trusteeship. London, 1948.

Hancock, W. H. Smuts: The Sanguine Years, 1870–1919. Cambridge, U.K., 1962.

———, and J. Van der Poel, eds. Selections from the Smuts Papers, 7 vols. Cambridge, U.K., 1966.

Hankey, M. P. The Supreme Control at the Paris Peace Conference 1919: A Commentary. London, 1963.

Hardach, G. The First World War, 1914–1918. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1977.

Hardinge, C. Old Diplomacy: The Reminiscences of Lord Hardinge of Penshurst. London, 1947.

Harington, C. Tim Harington Looks Back. London, 1940.

Harris, H. W. Peace in the Making. London, 1920.

Harrod, R. F. The Life of John Maynard Keynes. London, 1951.

Haskins, C. H., and R. H. Lord. Some Problems of the Peace Conference. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1920.

Headlam-Morley, J. A Memoir of the Peace Conference 1919, ed. A. Headlam-Morley, R. Bryant and A. Cienciala. London, 1972.

Heater, D. National Self-Determination: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy. New York, 1994.

Hecksher, A. Woodrow Wilson. New York, 1991.

Helmreich, P. C. From Paris to Sèvres: The Partition of the Ottoman Empire at the Peace Conference of 1919–20. Columbus, Ohio, 1974.

Henig, R. B., ed. The League of Nations. New York, 1973.

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Hiery, H. J. The Neglected War: The German South Pacific and the Influence of World War I. Honolulu, 1995.

Hoensch, J. K. A History of Modern Hungary, 1867–1986. London and New York, 1988.

Holborn, H. “Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Early Weimar Republic,” The Diplomats, 1919–1939, ed. G. A. Craig and F. Gilbert. New York, 1963.

Hoover, H. The Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson. Baltimore and London, 1992.

House, E. M. The Intimate Papers of Colonel House Arranged as a Narrative by Charles Seymour, 4 vols. Boston and New York, 1926–28.

———, and C. Seymour, eds. What Really Happened at Paris: The Story of the Peace Conference, 1918–1919, by American Delegates. New York, 1921.

Hovi, K. Cordon sanitaire or barrière de l’est? Turku, 1975.

Howard, E. Theatre of Life: Life Seen from the Stalls, 1905–1936. London, 1936.

Howard, H. N. The Partition of Turkey: A Diplomatic History, 1913–1923. New York, 1966.

———. Turkey, the Straits and U.S. Policy. Baltimore and London, 1974.

Howard, M. War and the Liberal Conscience. Oxford, 1981.

Huddleston, S. Peace-making at Paris. London, 1919.

Hudson, G. “The Far East at the End of the First World War,” Journal of Contemporary History, 4/2 (April 1969).

Hudson, W. J. Billy Hughes in Paris: The Birth of Australian Diplomacy. West Melbourne, Victoria, 1978.

Hugessen, H.M.K. Diplomat in Peace and War. London, 1949.

Hughes, W. H. Policies and Potentates. Sydney, 1950.

———. The Splendid Adventure. Toronto, 1928.

Hunter, J. The Emergence of Modern Japan. London and New York, 1989.

Hunter Miller, D. My Diary at the Conference of Paris, with Documents, 21 vols. New York, 1928.

———. The Drafting of the Covenant, 2 vols. New York, 1928.

Huntford, R. Nansen: The Explorer as Hero. London, 1998.

James, L. The Golden Warrior: The Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia. London, 1990.

———. Imperial Warrior: The Life and Times of Field-Marshal Viscount Allenby, 1861–1936. London, 1993.

Jaszi, O. The Dissolution of the Habsburg Monarchy. Chicago and London, 1929.

Jedrezejewicz, W. Pilsudski: A Life for Poland. New York, 1982.

Jelavich, B. History of the Balkans, 2 vols. Cambridge, U.K., and New York, 1983.

Jelavich, C. “Nicholas P. Pasic: Greater Serbia or Jugoslavia?” Journal of Central European A fairs, 11/2 (July 1951).

Jones, T. Whitehall Diary, vol. 1, 1916–1925. London, 1969.

Károlyi, M. Memoirs of Michael Károlyi: Faith Without Illusion. London, 1956.

Kawamura, N. “Wilsonian Idealism and Japanese Claims at the Paris Peace Conference,” Pacific Historical Review, 66/4 (1997).

Kedourie, E. The Chatham House Version and Other Middle-Eastern Studies. London, 1970.

———. “The End of the Ottoman Empire,” Journal of Contemporary History, 3/4 (October 1968).

Keegan, N. M. “From Chancery to Cloister: The Chinese Diplomat Who Became a Benedictine Monk,” Diplomacy and Statecraft, 10/1 (1999).

Keiger, J. Raymond Poincaré. Cambridge, U.K., 1997.

Kenez, P. Civil War in South Russia, 1919–1920. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1977.

Kennedy, A. L. Old Diplomacy and New. London, 1922.

Kennedy, M. D. The Estrangement of Great Britain and Japan, 1917–1935. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1969.

Kent, B. The Spoils of War: The Politics, Economics, and Diplomacy of Reparations, 1918–1932. Oxford, 1989.

Kent, M. Oil and Empire: British Policy and Mesopotamian Oil, 1900–1920. London, 1976.

———. Moguls and Mandarins: Oil, Imperialism and the Middle East in British Foreign Policy, 1900–1940. London, 1993.

———, ed. The Great Powers and the End of the Ottoman Empire. London, 1984.

Kershaw, I., ed. Hitler, 1889–1936: Hubris. London and New York, 1998.

———. Weimar: Why Did German Democracy Fail? New York, 1990.

Kessler, H. In the Twenties: The Diaries of Harry Kessler. New York, 1971.

Keylor, W. R. “Versailles and International Diplomacy,” The Treaty of Versailles: A Reassessment after 75 Years, ed. M. Boemeke, G. D. Feldman and E. Glaser. Cambridge, U.K., and Washington, D.C., 1998.

———. The Legacy of the Great War. Boston and New York, 1998.

Keynes, J. M. Two Memoirs: Dr. Melchior, a Defeated Enemy, and My Early Beliefs. London, 1949.

———. The Economic Consequences of the Peace. New York, 1971.

Khoury, P. Syria and the French Mandate. Princeton, 1987.

King, J. C. Foch Versus Clemenceau: France and German Dismemberment, 1918–1919. Cambridge, U.K., 1960.

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