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Armaments and the Coming of War: Europe 1904-1914 [Paperback]

Professor David Stevenson

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Review

This has become an indespensible tool in our understanding of this vital era. (Contemporary Review, Vol.277, No.1615.)

This important study is a mandatory acquisition for libraries with serious collections on the 20th century. (Choice)

will certainly become the definitive study of the relationship between armaments and the origins of the First World War . . . rich and complex work. (International History Review)

superb study . . . It provides a set of key understandings about the road to war in the age of 1914, or in 1997. (Military History)

It has a full scholarly apparatus, with footnotes conveniently at the foot of the page - today unusual, but very welcome. The Journal of the Victorian Military Society (June 1997)

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Reviews from Military History, Choice & Contemporary Review.
`This has become an indespensible tool in our understanding of this vital era.' Contemporary Review, Vol.277, No.1615.

`This important study is a mandatory acquisition for libraries with serious collections on the 20th century.' Choice

`Will certainly become the definitive study of the relationship between armaments and the origins of the First World War . . . rich and complex work.' International History Review

`Superb study . . . It provides a set of key understandings about the road to war in the age of 1914, or in 1997.' Military History

About the Author

David Stevenson is at London School of Economics.
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