Geoffrey Barraclough. From Agadir to Armageddon: Anatomy of a Crisis (1982).
Geoffrey Barraclough. His first two books on historiography, History in a Changing World and An Introduction to Contemporary History are collections of essays. Public Notaries and the Papal Curia (1934). Charters of the Anglo-Norman Earls of Chester, . 071-1237 (1988).
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Home Browse Books Book details, From Agadir to Armageddon: Anatomy of a Crisis. This book is an attempt to answer his question. From Agadir to Armageddon: Anatomy of a Crisis. By Geoffrey Barraclough. Its subject, narrowly defined, is what soon became known as the 'Agadir crisis', the last of the confrontations between the great powers before the July crisis of 1914 and the outbreak of the First World War. But it does not follow the conventional pattern of diplomatic history. The crisis in 1911 was the crisis of a whole society, and it is that crisis, not merely its international ramifications, that I have tried to depict.
From Agadir to Armageddon: Anatomy of a Crisis by Geoffrey Barraclough Weidenfeld, 196 pp, £. 5, October 1982, ISBN 0 297 78174 X. What is history, asks Dr Johnson, but ‘a record of wars, treasons and calamities?’ This may be too brusque a summary, but there i. .
by Geoffrey Barraclough. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780297781745.
From Agadir to Armageddon: Anatomy of a Crisis. The Conquest of Morocco. Armageddon is generally supposed to be the first recorded battle of history, fought between Thutmose III, Pharaoh of Egypt, and some of his rebellious subjects near the site of modern Haifa in 1469 BC. By analogy, and thanks to the Apocalypse of St. John, it has come to stand also for the last battle, which will precede the Day of Judgment.
From Agadir to Armageddon. Published in New York. Agadir Incident, 1911, World politics, Foreign relations. Bibliography: p. 182-185. 6. The Physical Object. viii, 196 p. ; 23 cm.
Author: Geoffrey Barraclough
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Publisher: Weidenfeld and Nicolson; First Edition edition (1982)
Pages: 196 pages
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