- Author:John W. Langdon
- Publisher:Berg Pub Ltd (July 1, 1993)
- Pages:196 pages
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John Eric Langdon-Davies (18 March 1897 – 5 December 1971) was a British author and journalist. He was a war correspondent during the Spanish Civil War and the Russo-Finnish war.
John Eric Langdon-Davies (18 March 1897 – 5 December 1971) was a British author and journalist. As a result of his experiences in Spain, he founded the Foster Parents' Scheme for refugee children in Spain, now a huge international organisation called Plan. He was awarded the MBE for services to the Home Guard.
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Notes on. "July 1914. The Long Debate 1918 -1990" by John W. Langdon
Notes on. Published by Berg Publishers Inc, New York 1991. Langdon is thoroughly critical of Barnes' book "The Genesis of the World War" (New York 1925), describing it as an "angry polemic" and "vitriolic" and attributed its success to the climate of isolationism then prevalent. Austrian and German reaction to a Serbian plot were both fully justified, the Russians and French were full of aggressive intent and Grey sought to "destroy Germany's navy, ruin its trade and appropriate its colonies".
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Langdon, John . July 1914: The Long Debate, 1918–1990 (New York: Berg, 1991). Schmidt, Stefan, Frankreichs Außenpolitik in der Julikrise 1914: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Ausbruchs des Ersten Weltkrieges (Munich: Oldenbourg, 2009), pp. 246–288. Williamson, Jr Samuel . .and May, Ernest . An Identity of Opinions: Historians and July 1914, Journal of Modern History 79(2) (2007): 335–387.
The 1914 July Crisis ended in the outbreak of the First World Wa. This book covers the Russian mobilization and operations in East Prussia beginning in August, 1914 in the Battle of Gumbinnen and the defeat to the German Army at Tannenberg.
The 1914 July Crisis ended in the outbreak of the First World War. In the course of the events of that summer the established mechanisms of Great Power politics in the long nineteenth century failed. Concerns about the stability of existing alliances, domestic constraints, deterrence failures, and strategic miscalculations conspired to prevent a diplomatic settlement. July 1914: The Long Debate, 1918-1990. The book describes a mass-murdering Jesus returned to Earth, hurling the religiously incorrect of the world into an abyss of everlasting fire. Oxford, UK: Berg, 1993. Moses, John A. The Politics of Illusion: The Fischer Controversy In German Historiography. London, UK: George Prior, 1975. Made in Texas: George W. Bush and the Southern Takeover of American Politics. New York, NY: Basic Books, 2003. The premillennial dispensationalist scenaior for the Jews, Israel, and the end-times is found on page 146.