4 edition of The First World War and the international economy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Chris Wrigley|
|LC Classifications||D635 .F57 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
|ISBN 10||1858986753, 1840646753|
|LC Control Number||00033170|
First, we examine the role of economic factors in determining the outcome of the war. As with our analysis of World War II (Harrison, ), we argue that the size of national resources mattered greatly, but that size was not everything: the quality of the economy, or its level of development, was also important. The resources of rich. His major writings include Who Was Who in the World War II, Fields of Battle: The Wars for North America, The Iraq War, and The First World War among others.. In The First World War, John Keegan explores various war-related of the major themes is the manner in which the war progressed out of the failure of diplomacy and communication resulting in the escalation of .
The economic history of World War I covers the methods used by the First World War (–), as well as related postwar issues such as war debts and reparations. It also covers the economic mobilization of labor, industry, and agriculture leading to economic failure. It deals with economic warfare such as the blockade of Germany, and with some issues closely related to the economy, . THE NAZI MENACE Hitler, Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, and the Road to War By Benjamin Carter Hett. It’s a remarkable thing about World War .
A world war is "a war engaged in by all or most of the principal nations of the world". While a variety of global conflicts have been subjectively deemed "world wars", such as the Cold War and the War on Terror, the term is widely and usually accepted only as it is retrospectively applied to two major international conflicts that occurred during the 20th century: World War I (–18) and. World War I, international conflict that in –18 embroiled most of the nations of Europe along with Russia, the U.S., the Middle East, and other regions. It led to the fall of four great imperial dynasties and, in its destabilization of European society, laid the groundwork for World War II.
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The First World War and the International Economy Hardcover – November 1, by Chris Wrigley (Editor)Format: Hardcover. Chris Wrigley, editor, The First World War and the International Economy.
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, x + pp.$95 (cloth), ISBN Reviewed for by David Greasley, Economic History, University of Edinburgh. This volume comprises an introductory essay by the editor, and a further eight more specialized chapters.
This text provides an assesment of the impact of WWI on the international economy. It includes analysis of the effects of the war on the long-term growth rates of the belligerent countries and examines its impact on the individual sectors. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Edited by Chris Wrigley This book provides a fresh assessment of the impact of the First World War on the international economy. Leading academics offer new perspectives on the effects of the War on the long-term growth rates of the belligerent countries and examine its impact on individual sectors within these by: 6.
The First World War and the International Economy. Edited by Chris Wrigley. in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing. Abstract: This book provides a fresh assessment of the impact of the First World War on the international economy.
Leading academics offer new perspectives on the effects of the War on the long-term growth rates of the belligerent countries and examine its impact on individual sectors within Cited by: 6.David Stevenson's history of the First World War, has been acclaimed as the definitive one-volume account of the conflict In the summer of Europe exploded into a frenzy of mass violence.
The war that followed had global repercussions, destroying four empires and costing millions of s: I first discovered John Keegan by reading his underrated book on the American Civil War. It then occurred to me that I had never read a book that covered the whole of World War 1 and sought out a book that could do justice to such a huge topic.
Well here it s: Industrial Revolution in the extra-European world. The international economy from to present The first globalization, The triumph of anti-globalization forces: The renewed advance of globalization after 5. Facing globalization: winners and losers of “Big Push” industrialization in the late.
Book Description This book, the result of an international collaborative project, provides a new quantitative view of the wartime economic experiences of six great powers: the UK, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan and the USSR.
A chapter is devoted to each country, while the introductory chapter presents a comparative s: Written in crisp, compelling prose and enlivened with extraordinarily vivid photographs and detailed maps, The First World War re-creates this world-altering conflict both on and off the battlefield—the clash of ideologies between the colonial powers at the center of the war, the social and economic unrest that swept Europe both before and after, the military strategies employed with stunning success and tragic failure in the various theaters of war, the terms.
Leading international experts provide the first systematic comparison of economies at war between and based on the best available data for Britain, Germany, France, Russia, the USA, 5/5(1). International trade has shaped the modern world, yet until now no single book has been available for both economists and general readers that traces the history of the international economy from its earliest beginnings to the present day.
Power and Plenty fills this gap, providing the first full account of world trade and development over the course of the last millennium. It studies how European economies mobilised for war, how existing economic institutions stood up under the strain, how economic development influenced outcomes and how wartime experience influenced post-war economic growth.
Leading international experts provide the first systematic comparison of economies at war between and based on. The Impact of the First World War on International Business explores what happened to international business organisations when this integrated global economy was. The First World War has shaped the history of the twentieth century.
It was the first conflict in which airplanes, submarines, and tanks played a significant role, the first in which casualties on the battlefield outnumbered those from disease.
In this extensively illustrated book, an international team of experts explores the war in all Reviews: This book surveys the main events in the international economy from the outbreak of the First World War to the end of the Second World War: a period of time variously defined as the “globalization backlash”, the “Second Thirty Years War”, or simply “the World in Depression”.
The book starts with the unfortunate peace settlement after the First World War and progresses to the. "The total cost of World War I to the United States (was) approximately $32 billion, or 52 percent of gross national product at the time." When the war began, the U.S.
economy was in recession. But a month economic boom ensued from tofirst as Europeans began purchasing U.S. goods for. The result of an international collaborative project, the volume aims to provide a text of statistical reference for students and researchers interested in international and comparative economic history, the history of World War II, the history of economic policy, and comparative economic systems.
World War I began inafter the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, and lasted until During the conflict, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire (the Central. World War I (often abbreviated as WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War or the Great War, was a global war that lasted from 28 July to 11 November Contemporaneously described as "the war to end all wars", it led to the mobilisation of more than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, making it one of the largest wars in history.
The International Political Economy Since World War II Joseph M. Grieco Duke University Prepared for the CIAO Curriculum Case Study Project October I.
Introduction A defining characteristic of the post-World War II era has been the dramatic increase in economic integration among the liberal capitalist countries, an increasing.
Back in the spring, I hinted that I would be willing to produce a top ten list of must-read books on the international political economy/global political economy (IPE .We have a number of interviews focused on World War I and many more in which particular books on the war are recommended.
Covering the state of Europe in the lead up to the World War I, Ruth Harris recommends her best books on Dreyfus and the Belle an Boff recommends his best books on World War g to specific books, the military historian Hew Strachan recommends .