The inevitable war / by Francis Delaisi Delaisi, Francis, 1873-

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Delaisi, Francis, 1873-
Subjects
Diplomacy; France -- Foreign relations -- 1870-; World War, 1914-1918 -- Causes
Contents
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  • Introduction 1 ., 3
  • Delcassa'S Coup 5
  • The Servile Press 9
  • The Reality Of The Danger 13
  • The Anglo-German Duel 15
  • The Commercial War 17
  • The English Vs. The German Industry 21
  • The Bagdad Railway 27
  • The Appeal To Arms 29
  • Germany Threatened With Isolation 31
  • The Era Of The Dreadnought 33
  • The War Of Factories 37
  • The English Man(Euvres 41
  • The Backdoors Of Germany 45
  • The Belgian Neutrality. 49
  • The Question Of Flushing 53
  • "England Needs Our Army 57
  • France And Germany 67
  • No Economic Conflicts 69
  • The Franco-German Syndicate, 1902 73
  • The Visit Of Edward Vii 77
  • The Efforts Of William Ii 79
  • The Salvation Of The Empire Rests With The
  • Paris Bourse 8
  • Double War, Double Costs 85
  • France Taken As " Hostage" 89
  • Neutrality Is Possible 93
  • The Mad Whirl Of Absolutism 97
  • The Financiers And Alsace-Lorraine 99
  • The Price Of Blood 101
  • The Plot 105
  • The Plan 109
  • The Only Hope For Peace 115.
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