Documents of Diplomatic History


Thutmose III: The Battle of Megiddo

Ramses II: The Battle of Kadesh, c.1299 BC

SUN TZU ON THE ART OF WAR, Translated from the Chinese with Introduction and Critical Notes BY LIONEL GILES, M.A., Assistant in the Department of Oriental Printed Books and MSS. in the British Museum, First Published in 1910

Cyrus the Great, 580-529 B.C.

Ancient Mesopotamia, The Battle of Marathon

The Battle of Salamis, 480 BC.

THE BATTLE OF SALAMIS (from "The Persians") by: Aeschylus

The Battle of Thermopylae, 480 BC.

The Battle of Plataea, 479 BC.

PBS, The Battle of Plataea

Ancient History Sourcebook: Xenophon: The Battle of Leuctra, 371 BCE, from Hellenica (c. 360 BCE)

Diodorus Siculus (1st Cent BCE): The Battle of Chaeronea, 338 BCE

Alexander's First Great Victory, the Battle of the Granicus, 334 B.C.

Polybius, Rome at the End of the Punic Wars, History, Book 6

Thucydides, The Melian Dialogue

Thucydides, Pericles' Funeral Oration

Cornelius Nepos: From Life of Epaminondas, (written c. 30 BCE)

Charter of Urso, 44 B.C.

Judith Herrin. The Formation of Christendom. Princeton Univ Press. 1987, "Byzantium Confronted by Islam"

Gregory of Tours (539-594): History of the Franks: Books I-X

Battle of Badr, 624

Al-Baladhuri: The Battle Of The Yarmuk (636)

Ibn Abd-el-Hakem: The Islamic Conquest of Spain

Anonymous Arab Chronicler: The Battle of Poitiers, 732

Will Durant, Charlemagne the King

Capitulary of Charlemagne Issued in the Year 802

The Ordinance of Louis the Pius, Division of the Empire of the Year 817

Three Sources on the Ravages of the Northmen in Frankland, c. 843 - 912

Annals of Xanten, 845-853

Leo IV (847-855): Forgiveness of Sins for Those Who Die in Battle With the Heathen

Treaty at Aix Between Louis II and Charles the Bald Concerning the Division of the Kingdom of Lothar II A.D. 870.

John II: Indulgence for Fighting the Heathen, 878

Liutprand of Cremona: Report of his Mission to Constantinople, 968

Peace of God - Synod of Charroux, 989

Baghdad under the Abbasids, c. 1000 CE

An Arab Ambassador in Constantinople: late 10th century

Gaston Wiet. Baghdad: Metropolis of the Abbasid Caliphate.Univ of Oklahoma Press. Chapter 5: THE GOLDEN AGE OF ARAB AND ISLAMIC CULTURE

Yacov Lev. State and Society in Fatimid Egypt, E. J. Brill. Leiden. 1991, CHAPTER FOUR: THE RULING CIRCLES

The Peace League of Bourges as described in Andrew of Fleury's Miracles of St. Benedict, 1038

Truce of God - Bishopric of Terouanne, 1063

J. J. Saunders. A History of Medieval Islam.Routledge, London, chpt. 9. "The Turkish Irruption"

Urban II: Speech at Council of Clermont, 1095, according to Fulcher of Chartres

Urban II: Speech at Clermont 1095 (Robert the Monk version)

Ekkehard of Aurach: On the Opening of the First Crusade

Gregory VII: Call for a "Crusade", 1074

Decree of the Emperor Henry IV Concerning a Truce of God; 1085 A.D.

The Battle at Dorylaeum, 1097

Fulk of Chartres: The Capture of Jerusalem, 1099

Adelard of Bath: The Impact of Muslim Science. Preface to His Very Difficult Natural Questions, c. 1137

Peace of the Land Established by Frederick Barbarossa Between 1152 and 1157 A.D.

Eugene III: Summons to A Crusade, Dec 1, 1154

The Bull of Pope Adrian IV Empowering Henry II to Conquer Ireland. A.D. 1155

The Establishment of the Duchy of Austria; September 17, 1156

Assize of Clarendon, 1166.

Usmah Ibn Munqidh (1095-1188): Autobiography, excerpts on the Franks

Constitutions of Clarendon. 1164.

A debate that happened between the monk Georgi and three Moslem theologians, in the presence of the prince Al-Khana, Al-Mushar Abul-Mulk, Gazi Al-Zaher Usef Ibn Ayub Al-Salah, the Moslem King of Aleppo and Syria, and during the reign of Leo the Armenian, son of Etienne, King of the Armenian tribe, in October 6615 from our Father Adam and 1165 A.D.

The Dialogue Concerning the Exchequer. circa 1180

The Gelnhausen Charter; April 13, 1180 A.D

Roger of Hoveden: The Fall of Jerusalem, 1187

Laws of Richard I (Coeur de Lion) Concerning Crusaders Who Were to Go by Sea. 1189 A.D.

Hadia Dajani-Shakeel. "Some Medieval Accounts of Salah al-Din's Recovery of Jerusalem (Al-Quds)" in Hisham Nashabe (ed) Studia Palaestina: Studies in honour of Constantine K. Zurayk, Institute for Palestine Studies, Beirut 1988.

Geoffrey de Villehardouin [b.c.1160-d.c.1213]: Memoirs or Chronicle of The Fourth Crusade and The Conquest of Constantinople

Nicetas Choniates: The Sack of Constantinople (1204)

Innocent III: Summons to A Crusade, 1215

Magna Carta 1215

Erik Hildinger, "Mongol Invasion of Europe," 1241, Military History

Bonfils Manganelli: Hiring of a Suit of Armor, 1248

Count Palatinate as Judge Over the Kings. Decree of the Nuremberg Diet, November 19, 1274

Ibn Said: Book of the Maghrib, 13th Century

Confirmation of the Charters, 1297

14th Century

ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA, "Ottoman Empire"

The Ottoman Khilafa

John of Monte Corvino: Report from China 1305

Mandeville on Prester John

Marco Polo: On the Tartars

Marco Polo: The Glories Of Kinsay [Hangchow] (c. 1300)

The Famine of 1315

The Declaration of Arbroath, Scottish Declaration of Independence, 1320

Bartolo of Sassoferrato, Treatise on City Government, c. 1330

Jean Froissart: On The Hundred Years War (1337-1453)

Boccaccio: The Decameron - Introduction, On the Black Death, 1348

Ordinance of Laborers, 1349

Statute of Laborers, 1351

The Golden Bull of the Emperor Charles IV 1356 A.D.

Jean Froissart: On the Jacquerie, 1358

Anonimalle Chronicle: English Peasants' Revolt 1381

15th Century

Increase in Military Manpower, 1470-1710

The Age of Exploration, Curriculum Guide

The Croyland Chronicle Continuations, 1453-1486

The Liberation of Constantinople, 1453

On the Peace of Faith (De Pace Fidei) by Nicholaus of Cusa (1453), Translation by William F. Wertz

Tom R.Kovach, "1456 Siege of Belgrade," Military History

Battle of Bosworth, Contemporary and Tudor Accounts

Treaty Between Spain and Portugal, Concluded at Alcacovas, September 4, 1479.

Christopher Columbus: Extracts from Journal

"Privileges and Prerogatives Granted by Their Catholic Majesties to Christopher Columbus," 1492

Columbus' letter to the King and Queen of Spain, 1494

Vasco da Gama: Round Africa to India, 1497-1498 CE

The Letters Patents of King Henry the Seventh Granted unto Iohn Cabot and his Three Sonnes, Lewis, Sebastian and Sancius for the the Discouerie of New and Unknowen Lands.1498

16th Century

Nicolo Machiavelli (1469-1527): The Prince, 1513

The History of King Richard the Third, Sir Thomas More, 1513

The 95 Theses Martin Luther nailed on the church door at Wittenburg, 1517

Martin Luther: Letter to the Archbishop of Mainz, 1517

Jerusalem during The Ottoman Period (1517-1917 CE)

A Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico, 1519

Ferdinand Magellan's Voyage Round the World, 1519-1522 CE

Donald H. Kobe, "Luther and Science"

Calvin: Letter to the King [on the Clergy]

Leo Africanus: Description of Timbuktu from The Description of Africa (1526)

Letter of Thomas Cranmer on Henry VIII's divorce, 1533

Pope Paul III, Sublimus Dei, Papal Bull Attacking Slavery 1537

The African Slave Trade and European Imperialism, Cora Agatucci, Central Oregon Community College

Native American Conquest, 1541

Bartolome de las Casas, A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies, 1542

Proclamation Of Lady Jane Grey as Queen of England, 1553 Lady Jane (Grey) Dudley (Quene Jane)

The Dutch Declaration of Independence, 1581

The Defeat of the Spanish Armada By Steve Goldman

Charter to Sir Walter Raleigh, 1584

Lawes and Ordinances militarie (1586), Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.

Queen Elizabeth I: Against the Spanish Armada, 1588

Elizabeth I, Speech to her army at Tilbury on the eve of the Spanish Armada, 1588

A Discourse Upon Coins by Bernardo Davanzati, Being publickly spoken in the Academy there, Anno 1588

The Treaty of Brest, 1595

"The Dutie of a King in His Royal Office," Sir Walter Ralegh, 1599

17th Century

Peter Lowensteyn, GROTIUS AND THE SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITED PROVINCES AROUND 1600

Elizabeth I's Speech to her Last Parliament (The Golden Speech), Elizabeth I, 1601

A funerall elegie upon the death of Henry, prince of Wales. 1613, Thomas Heywood

Galileo Galilei: Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina of Tuscany, 1615

University of Texas: Map of the Religious Situation in Central Europe in 1618

University of Texas: Map of the Principal Seats of War in Europe 1618-60

James Breck Perkins, France Under Mazarin with a Review of the Administration of Richelieu, Vol. 1 (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1902), Chapter V, "The Thirty Years War," pp. 145-190.

James Breck Perkins, France Under Mazarin with a Review of the Administration of Richelieu, Vol. 1 (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1902), Chapter VIII, "Continuation of the War," pp. 301-376

James Breck Perkins, France Under Mazarin with a Review of the Administration of Richelieu, Vol. 1 (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1902), Chapter X, "The Treaty of Westphalia," pp. 447-483

EXCERPTS OF SOURCES ON THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR [Readings in European History, J. H. Robinson, ed. and tr., vol. 2 (Boston: Ginn and Company, 1906), pp. 200-215]

The Thirty Years War

The History of the Thirty Years' War by Johann Cristoph Friedrich von Schiller (Trans. Rev. A. J. W. Morrison, M.A)

The Catholic Encyclopedia, The Thirty Years War

The Crown & The Cross - A Web Presentation on the Thirty Years' War

Museum of the Thirty Years War

Louis XIII, Richelieu and the Royal Finances by Richard Bonney

Charter of the Dutch West India Company : 1621

The Maintenance of Free Trade by Gerard de Malynes, 1622

"Free Trade or, The Meanes To Make Trade Florish. Wherein, The Causes of the Decay of Trade in this Kingdome, are discovered: And the Remedies also to remoove the same, are represented." by Edward Misselden. Printed by John Legatt, for Simon Waterson, dwelling in Paules Church-yard at the Signe of the Crowne. 1622

"Certaine reasons and arguments of policie, why the king of England should enter into warre with the Spaniard," by Thomas Scott, 1624

The Ottomans

The Petition of Right (1628)

A LETTER SENT FROM SARIENT MAIOR FORBES FROM THE KING of Swethens army to his reverend father Mr. Iohn Forbes, minister to the worshipful Company of Marchant Adventurers residing in Delft, touching the great Battle fought by Lypsick betweene the King of Swethen, the Duke of Saxons Army, and the Emperours Army, and that commanded by Generall Tilly, of the Catholique League the 7. of September, 1631.

Treaty of Westphlia; October 24, 1648

Statement of the Levellers (1649)

Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan, Chaps 13-14, 1651

Treaty between Koxinga and the Dutch Government, Signed at Zeelandia, 1 February 1662

Thomas MunEngland's Treasure by Foreign Trade, 1664

Colbert to the town officials and people of Marseilles, 1664

"Brief Observations Concerning Trade and Interest of Money" by Josiah.Child, London, Printed for Elizabeth Calvert at the Black-spread Eagle in Barbican, and Henry Mortlock at the Sign of the White-Heart in Westminster Hall, 1668

Charter of The Hudson's Bay Company, 2 May 1670

"A Discourse of Trade" by Roger Coke, 1670

"England's Interest and Improvement," by Samuel Fortrey, 1673

The Glorious Revolution of 1688

Josiah Child, "Brief Observations Concerning Trade and Interest of Money," London, Printed for Elizabeth Calvert at the Black-spread Eagle in Barbican, and Henry Mortlock at the Sign of the White-Heart in Westminster Hall. 1668

A LETTER CONCERNING TOLERATION by John Locke, translated by William Popple, 1689

English Bill of Rights, 1689

New Model Army, David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College

John Locke, Two Treatises of Government

"A Discourse of Trade" by Nicholas Barbon, M.D. London, Printed by Tho. Milbourn for the Author, 1690

"Discourses Upon Trade; Principally Directed to the Cases of the Interest, Coynage, Clipping, Increase of Money," by Dudley North, London: Printed for Tho. Basset, at the George in Fleet Street, 1691

Treaty between Koxinga and the Dutch Government, Signed at Castle Zeelandia, 1 February 1662

"An Essay on the East-India Trade" by Charles D'Avenant, 1697

Duc de Saint-Simon: The Court of Louis XIV

18th Century

The Duchess of Orleans: Versailles Etiquette, 1704

George Berkeley, A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge. 1710.

The System or Theory of the Trade of the World by Isaac Gervaise, 1720

Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu from Persian Letters, 1721

Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke: On Patriotism, 1730-1754

Montesquieu: The Spirit of the Laws, 1748

Voltaire: Patrie, in The Philosophical Dictionary, 1752

Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Discourse on Inequality, No 2, 1755

Sir Robert Clive: The Battle of Plassey, 1757

Governor Glen, The Role of the Indians in the Rivalry Between France, Spain, and England, 1761

The Enlightenment

Voltaire: A Treatise on Toleration (1763)

Adam Ferguson, "An Essay on the History of Civil Society"  1767

Islam and the Jews: The Status of Jews and Christians in Muslim Lands, 1772 CE

Robert Clive: Speech in Commons on India, 1772

India: Regulating Act, 1773

Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations: Of Colonies

Adam Smith,,  The Wealth of Nations: The Cost of Empire

Adam Smith: The Principle of the Mercantile System, 1776

The Wealth of Nations (1776), Adam Smith

George III, Letter on the loss of America, 1780s (precise year unknown)

Contract Between the King and the Thirteen United States of North America, signed at Versailles July 16, 1782

Declarations for Suspension of Arms and Cessation of Hostilities, signed at Versailles January 20, 1783

Contract between the King and the Thirteen United States of North America February 25, 1783

Proclamation Declaring the Cessation of Arms, U.S. and Great Britain, 1783

Edmund Burke: Speech in Commons on India, 1783

Johann Gottfried von Herder: Materials for the Philosophy of the History of Mankind, 1784

Leeds Woollen Workers Petition, 1786

Cahier of the Third Estate of Dourdan, 29 March, 1789

French Revolutionary Pamphlets

Abbé Sieyes: What is the Third Estate?

The Tennis Court Oath, 20 June 1789

Declaration of the Rights of Man, 1789

The Decree Abolishing the Feudal System 11 August 1789

Civil Constitution of the Clergy, 12 July 1790

Letter from Leeds Cloth Merchants, 1791

Documents of the National Convention, 1792

Proclamation of the Duke of Brunswick, 1792

Qian Long: Letter to George III, 1793

Lectures on The Industrial Revolution in England by Arnold Toynbee

PBS, The Haitian Revolution

Condorcet: The Future Progress of the Human Mind, 1794

Age of Reason, Thomas Paine, 1794

Maximilien Robespierre: On the Principles of Political Morality, February 1794

Maximilien Robespierre: Justification of the Use of Terror 1794

The Glorious First of June, 1794

The Glorious First of June, William Parker, to his father, HMS Orion, June 1794

The Glorious First of June, 1794

Immanuel Kant, Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch, 1795

The Doctrine of Graccus Babeuf, 1795

French Revolution, David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College

Napoleon Bonaparte, Speeches to Troops, 1796

The Napoleonic Wars--An Introduction

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson April 30th through June 9th, 1797

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson June 12th through July 11, 1797

Treaty of Campo Formio, October 27, 1797 (26 Vendémiare, Year VI)

1798 Irish Rebellion Home Page

Thomas Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Population, 1798

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson June 12th to 29th, 1798

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson July 12th through 23rd, 1798

Nelson's Dispatch on the Battle of the Nile, Vanguard, off the Mouth of the Nile, 3 August 1798

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson August 2 and 3, 1798

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson August 3 to 9, 1798

The Irish Rising of 1798

The Battle of the Nile, E. Poussieulque, Comptroller-General of French Eastern Army, Rosetta, 17 Thermidor VI (3 August 1798)

Alien and Sedition Acts of the United States 1798

The Battle of the Nile, Admiral Nelson to Admiral Earl Howe, Palermo, 8 January 1799

Professor Alex Rowland, "Technology and War"

Sir William Eton: A Survey of the Turkish Empire, 1799

Taking of Seringpatam, 1799

The Conference at Rastadt and the Assassination of French Plenipotentiaries 1799

"France's Council of State" by Dominique Contant

Napoleon's Proclamation to the French People on Brumaire November 10, 1799 (19 Brumaire, Year VIII)

Brumaire Decree November 10, 1799 (19 Brumaire, Year VIII)

Reinhard on Brumaire, Paris, November 12 1799

Order from the Minister of General Police to the Theatres of Paris November 17, 1799

Constitution of the Year VIII December 13, 1799 (23 Frimaire, Year VIII)

Government Ministers of France During the Napoleonic Era, 1799-1814

19th Century

The Quest for Peace - 1800

Order for Suppressing the Newspapers in France, January 17, 1800 (27 Nivôse, Year VIII)

Law for Reorganizing the Administrative System in France, February 17, 1800 (28 Pluviôse, Year VIII)

Law for Reorganizing the Judicial System in France, March 18, 1800 (27 Ventôse, Year VIII

Battle of Marengo, June 14, 1800 by Jim Burbeck

Treaty of San Ildefonso October 1, 1800

The Danish Military, 1800-1815

Treaty of Luneville, February 9, 1801

The Concordat, September 10, 1801-April 8, 1802 (23 Fructidor, Year IX-18 Germinal, Year X).

The Treaty of London, 0ctober 1, 1801

Constitution of the Italian Republic Framed at Lyons 1801-1802

Proclamation of the Italian Republic, issued by a Committee of the Government, at Milan 6th of February 1802

Dispatch from the French Minister of Foreign Affairs to the French Chargé-d' Affaires Bacher, at the Diet of Ratisbon. Paris, Feb. 14, 1802.

Treaty Between France and Tunis, February 23, 1802

The Treaty of Amiens, March 25, 1802

The Vice-president of the Italian Republic to his Fellow Citizens. Milan, April 1, 1802.

The Council of State of the Italian Republic to the First Consul of the French Republic, President of the Italian Republic. Milan, April 5, 1802

Napoleonic Decree on Émigrés April 27, 1802

Documents upon Napoleon and Education May I, 1802 (II Floréal, Year X)

Napoleon on the Treaty of Amiens, May 6, 1802

Documents upon the Consulate for Life, May 6, 1802

Law for Organizing the Legion of Honor May 19, 1802 (29 Floréal, Year X)

Law for Re-establishing Slavery in the French Colonies, May 20, 1802 (30 F1oréa1, Year X)

Treaty between France and Württemberg, 20 May 1802

Treaty between France and the House of Orange, 24 May 1802

Treaty Between France and the Ottoman Empire, 25 June 1802

Declaration of France upon the Reorganization of Germany, August 18, 1802

Harford Jones, British Consul in Baghdad, "A British View of the Ottoman Empire in 1802," Note dated 29 November 1802

The Napoleonic Code

The Louisiana Purchase, 30 April 1803

Napoleon's Account of the Internal Situation of France in 1804

Prince Czartoryski, Russian Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs,on the Future of the Ottoman Empire, 29 February 1804

French Constitution of the Year XII, May 18, 1804 (28 F1oréaI, Year XII)

Documents upon the Kingdom of Italy, 1805

Treaty of Alliance between Great Britain and Russia, April 11, 1805

Restoration of the Gregorian Calendar September 9, 1805

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson October 1st through 4th, 1805

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson October 5th through 7th, 1805

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson October 8 to 10, 1805

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson October 10 to 14, 1805

Letters and Dispatches of Horatio Nelson October 15th through 21st, 1805

Treaty of Pressburg, December 26, 1805 (5 Nivôse, Year XIV)

Documents upon Napoleon and the Kingdom of Naples, December 26, 1805 (5 Nivôse, Year XIV)

Documents upon the Confederation of the Rhine, December 26, 1805 (5 Nivôse, Year XIV)

Johann Gottlieb Fichte: To the German Nation, 1806

Treaty between France and Holland, May 24, 1806

Documents upon the Continental System, 1806-1810

Documents upon the Peace of Tilsit, 1807

Sir Robert Adair, A British View of the Agreement Concluded at Tilsit in 1807

Documents upon the Overthrow of the Spanish Monarchy, 1807

Senatus-Consultum for Suppressing the Tribunate August 19, 1807

French Decree for raising Conscripts, January 23 1808

Proclamation of Gustavus Adolphus on the Transfer of the Sveaborg Fortress, May 1808

Documents Pertaining to the Convention of Cintra, August 30, 1808

Reference Library of Diplomatic Documents Inquiry into the Convention of Cintra, 1808

The Erfurt Convention, October 12, 1808

Decree upon the Term, French Republic, October 22, 1808

Napoleon to the Corregidor of Madrid, December, 9, 1808

Retreat to Corunna, Dr. Adam Neale, Lugo, 5 January 1809

Proclamation of Tsar Alexander on the Accession of Finland, March 1809

Treaty of Vienna, October 14, 1809

Documents upon the Annexations of 1809-1810

Prince Richard Metternich, ed. MEMOIRS OF PRINCE METTERNICH, 1830-1835. Volume V. Translated by Gerard W. Smith. Classified and arranged by M.A. de Klinkowstrom. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880-82, "Of the Necessity of a Censorship of the Press"

Joseph DeMaistre: The Divine Origins of Constitutions, 1810

The Peninsular War and the Spanish Constitution of 1812

Wellington's Dispatches from Salamanca, On the heights near Alba de Tormes, 23 July, 1812

Napoleon's 29th Bulletin, December 3, 1812

Selections of correspondence from Napoleon's headquarters between 1796 and 1815.

The Napoleon Series

Correspondence and dispatches from selected periods of Admiral Horatio Nelson's life.

Wellington's Dispatches, Orders and Reports from Wellington's headquarters between 1808 and 1815.

ITALY UNDER NAPOLEON, At the End of 18th Century

Napoleon, The Napoleon Foundation

Napoleonic Literature

Waterloo On Line

Admiral Horatio Nelson

Napoleon's Invasion of Russia

C. Brian Kelly, "Costly Retreat from Moscow," Great Battles

The Frankfort Declaration December, 1, 1813

Address of the Corps-Legislatif to Napoleon, December 28, 1813

Treaty of Chaumont March 1, 1814

Documents upon the Transition to the Restoration Monarchy, 31 March 1914

Napoleon Bonaparte: Farewell to the Old Guard, April 29, 1814

Declaration of St. Ouen May 2, 1814

Treaty of Paris May 30, 1814

Constitutional Charter of 1814. June 4, 1814

Proclamation of Napoleon March 1, 1815

Declaration of the Powers against Napoleon March 13, 1815

Documents upon the Consulate for Life (abolishing the slave trade) 29 March 1815

The Act Additional, April 22, 1815

The Prince of Orange on Waterloo, Head-Quarters, Nivelles, 17 June 1815

Prussian General Gneisenau's Account of the Waterloo Campaign

Marshal Ney on Waterloo

Spanish Account of Waterloo

Hanoverian Account of Waterloo, General Alten

Wellington on the Battle of Waterloo, Waterloo, 19 June 1815

Lieutenant William Turner on the Battle of Waterloo, VILLEPEUT near PARIS, 3rd July 1815

Letter from an Officer of the 13th Light Dragoons on Waterloo

Letter from an Officer of the 18th Hussars on Waterloo

Letter from John Marshall, Private, 10th Hussars on Waterloo

"In The Bivouac Close To The Gates Of Paris", July 8, 1815, A Letter from James Arnott Howard to Charles Henry Howard, His Brother

"Catharine, Empress of Russia," The North American Review, vol. 1, issue 2 (July 1815).

The Holy Alliance Treaty September 26, 1815

Treaty of Paris November 20, 1815

"British Finance in 1816," The North American Review, vol. 104, issue 215 (April 1867).

Jeremy Black, "Napoleon’s Impact on International Relations," History Today

Press Laws and Ordinances of the Restoration in France, 9 June 1819

Carlsbad Resolutions, 1819

The Peterloo Massacre, 1819

Mexican Independence

Klemens von Metternich, Secret Memorandum to Czar Alexander I, 1820

Prince Klemens von Metternich: Political Confession of Faith, 1820

Raja Rammohan Roy: A Second Conference Between an Advocate for, and An Opponent of the Practice of Burning Widows Alive (1820)

Greek Revolution, 1821-1829

Alexander Ypsilantis's Proclamation of Revolt, 24 February 1821

Steven Sowards, "The Greek Revolution and the Greek State"

Great Britain and the Eastern Question: The case of the Greek War of Independence 1821-1828

Richard Guest: The Steam Loom, 1823

Prince Richard Metternich, ed. MEMOIRS OF PRINCE METTERNICH, 1815-1829. Volume IV. Translated by Mrs. Alexander Napier. Classified and arranged by M.A. de Klinkowstrom. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880-82, "Renewal of the Carlsbad Decrees, 1824

"Cochin China," The North American Review, vol. 18, issue 42 (January 1824).

Prince Richard Metternich, ed. MEMOIRS OF PRINCE METTERNICH, 1815-1829. Volume IV. Translated by Mrs. Alexander Napier. Classified and arranged by M.A. de Klinkowstrom. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880-82, "The Opposition in the Diet of Pressburg, 1825"

The Treaty of London for Greek Independence, July 6, 1827, excerpts

"Revolution in Paraguay," The North American Review, vol. 26, issue 59 (April 1828).

"Politics of Europe," The North American Review, vol. 27, issue 60 (July 1828).

Metternich on the Ottoman Empire, Letter to Prince Paul Esterhazy, the Austrian Ambassador in London, on 2 December 1828.

William Bentinck: On Ritual Murder in India, 1829

Report of a Russian Special Committee on the affairs of Turkey, 16 September 1829

Metternich on the Greek Question, Letter to Prince Paul Esterhazy, the Austrian Ambassador in London, on 21 September 1829.

François Guizot (1787-1874): Condition of the July Monarchy, 1830-1848

Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859): On Empire and Education

"Politics of Europe," The North American Review, vol. 30, issue 67 (April 1830).

Tsar Nicholas I: Imperial Manifesto on Poland, March 25, 1832

"Revolutions in Poland," The North American Review, vol. 36, issue 58 (January 1833).

The Treaty of Hunkiar Iskelesi, 8 July 1833

Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859): On Empire and Education

Andrew Ure: The Philosophy of the Manufacturers, 1835

"Politics of Europe," The North American Review, vol. 40, issue 87 (April 1835).

Prince Richard Metternich, ed. MEMOIRS OF PRINCE METTERNICH, 1830-1835. Volume V. Translated by Gerard W. Smith. Classified and arranged by M.A. de Klinkowstrom. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880-82, "Death of the Emperor Francis, 1835"

"Retrospective View of the State of European Politics, Especially of Germany, Since the Last Congress of Vienna," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 1, issue 1 (October 1837).

Chartism: The People's Petition, 1838

The First Anglo-Afghan War

The Opium War, 1839-42

OPIUM IN CHINA (1700-1860)

TREATIES RELATIVE TO THE NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM signed at London, April 19, 1839.

Note from the Russian Foreign Minister, Nesselrode, to Count Pozzo di Borgo, the Russian Ambassador in Paris on the Second Mehmet Ali Crisis, 15 June 1839

Lin Zixu Lin Tse-Hsü Letter of Advice to Queen Victoria, 1839

Letter from Palmerston to Viscount Beauvale, the British Ambassador in Vienna on the British position on the second Mehmet Ali Crisis, 28 June 1839.

The Battle of Kelat, India, Lieutenant T.W.E. Holdsworth, December 8, 1839

The Treaty of Waitangi, 1840

Mountstuart Elphinstone: Indian Customs and Manners, 1840

FIRMAN OF APPOINTMENT OF MUHAMMAD ALI AS PASHA OF EGYPT ISSUED BY OTTOMAN SULTAN 1840

"England and China," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 7, issue 30 (June 1840).

Guiseppe Mazzini, An Essay On the Duties of Man Addressed to Workingmen, 1844

"The British Fleet," The Living Age, vol. 1, issue 2 (May 25, 1844).

"Grotius," The Living Age, vol. 1, issue 7 (June 29, 1844).

"France and Morocco," The Living Age, vol. 2, issue 17 (September 7, 1844).

"The French in North Africa," The Living Age, vol. 2, issue 18 (September 14, 1844).

"Peace or War - Morocco - Otaheite - Egypt," The Living Age, vol. 2, issue 18 (September 14, 1844).

"France and Morocco," The Living Age, vol. 2, issue 21 (October 5, 1844).

"Compromise with Ireland - Napoleon's Letter to Prince Regent," The Living Age, vol. 2, issue 24 (October 26, 1844).

"France and Morocco," The Living Age, vol. 3, issue 25 (November 2, 1844).

"France and Mexico," The Living Age, vol. 3, issue 26 (November 9, 1844).

"British Colonial Politics," The North American Review, vol. 60, issue 126 (January 1845).

"A Constitution for Prussia," The Living Age, vol. 4, issue 39 (February 8, 1845).

"The French in China," The Living Age, vol. 5, issue 49 (April 19, 1845).

"The French in Algiers," The Living Age, vol. 6, issue 61 (July 12, 1845).

"Slave Trade Suppression Treaty," The Living Age, vol. 6, issue 61 (July 12, 1845).

"French Military Defence," The Living Age, vol. 6, issue 64 (August 2, 1845).

"The French in Algeria," The Living Age, vol. 6, issue 64 (August 2, 1845).

Tochman, G, Major, "The Polish Revolution of 1830," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 18, issue 91 (Jan 1846).

"Polish Insurrection and European Revolution," The Living Age, vol. 9, issue 107 (May 30, 1846).

"The War with Mexico," The American Whig Review, vol. 3, issue 6 (June 1846).

"Repeal of the Corn Laws, and the Consequences on England and the World," The Living Age, vol. 10, issue 115 (July 25, 1846).

"The Chinese and Foreigners in China," The Living Age, vol. 10, issue 119 (August 22, 1846).

Documents of Italian Unification, 1846-61

"The War," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 20, issue 104 (February 1847).

Bayard, W. M., "The Natural Justice of War," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 20, issue 106 (April 1847).

De Casall, G. F. Secchi, "Italy in 1846," The American Whig Review, vol. 5, issue 4 (Apr 1847).

"The Republic of Paraguay; Since the Death of the Dictator Francia," The American Whig Review, vol. 6, issue 3 (Sept 1847).

"The Condition of China, with Reference to the Malthusian Theory, as Discussed in Correspondence between Alex H. Everett and Prof. Geo Tucker, Late of the University of Virginia," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 21, issue 113 (November 1847).

"The Condition of China; with Reference to the Malthusian Theory, in Reply to the Late Hon. A. H. Everett, U. S. Minister to China, by Prof. George Tucker, Late of the University of Virginia," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 22, issue 115 (Jan 1848).

Documents of the 1848 Revolution in France, Hanover College

Carl Schurz: A Look Back at 1848, 1907

Alphonse de Lamartine (1790-1869): History of the Revolution of 1848 in France

The March Days of 1848: Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia and his "Dear Berliners," 1998 Justine Davis Randers-Pehrson

Percy B. St. John: The French Revolution in 1848

Proclamation of Ferdinand to Jellachich and the Croats, June 1848

Archduke Palatine Stephen to the Hungarian Diet, July 8, 1848.

"British Colonial Politics," The North American Review, vol. 67, issue 140 (July 1848).

"The Revolutions in Europe," The North American Review, vol. 67, issue 140 (July 1848).

Presentation of a committee of the Hungarian Diet to Ferdinand, September 9, 1848

Encyclopedia of 1848 Revolutions

Frederick Engels, "The Peasant War in Germany," comparison of the Peasant War of 1525 with the revolution of 1848

Overview of the Revolutions of 1848

John Stuart Mill: On Colonies and Colonization, 1848

"The Revolution in Prussia," The North American Review, vol. 68, issue 142 (January 1849).

Hungarian Declaration of Independence, April 1849

Kossuth's Address to the people of the United States, Broussa, Asia Minor, 27th March, 1850

"The Politics of Europe," The North American Review, vol. 70, issue 147 (April 1850).

"Destinies of Great Britain in the East," The Living Age, vol. 26, issue 322 (July 20, 1850).

"Palmerston and British Policy," The Living Age, vol. 26, issue 326 (August 17, 1850).

"Greece and Turkey," The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 1, issue 8 (August 19, 1850).

"Denmark, Austria, and Prussia," The Living Age, vol. 26, issue 332 (September 28, 1850).

Sir Monier Monier-Williams: Camp Life in India, 1850

"The Decline of England," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 28, issue 153 (March 1851).

America and Europe: "Peace" and "Foreign Relations". The American Whig Review, vol. 13, issue 75 (Mar 1851).

"Alliance of Russia, Austria, and Prussia," The Living Age, vol. 30, issue 372 (July 5, 1851).

"The Fall of Poland," L. C. Saxton. The American Whig Review, vol. 14, issue 83 (Nov 1851).

"Repeal of the British Corn Laws," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 29, issue 161 (November 1851).

"The Fall of Poland; Containing an analytical and a philosophical account of the causes which conspired in the ruin of that nation," By L. C. Saxton. The United States Democratic Review, vol. 29, issue 161 (November 1851).

"Fall of Poland; Containing an Analytical and a Philosophical Account of the Causes which Conspired in the Ruin of that Nation," By L. C. Saxton. The United States Democratic Review, vol. 29, issue 162 (December 1851).

"The Revolutions of Russia. The Accession of Nicholas I, 1825," The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, issue 5 (December 1851).

The Taiping Rebellion, 1851-1864

Kossuth's speech at the dinner given in his honor by the U.S. Congress in Washington D.C., January 7, 1852.

"France and England before Europe in 1851," The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 5, issue 1 (January 1852).

Giuseppe Mazzini: On Nationality, 1852

"France and the East," The Living Age, vol. 35, issue 448 (December 18, 1852).

Crimean War (1854-56), David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College

Sveaborg and the Crimean War

"Turkey and Russia," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 33, issue 9 (June 1854).

"Mosquito War," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 9, issue 51 (August 1854).

The Battle of the Alma, An Officer of the Coldstream Guards, Bivouac, River Alma, 21 September 1854

Lamartine, "Battles of the Nile and Trafalgar," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 9, issue 52 (September 1854).

"Causes and Consequences of the Russian War. I. Past and Present," Putnam's Monthly, vol. 4, issue 22 (October 1854).

Alfred Lord Tennyson, "The Charge of the Light Brigade," 1854

The Battle of Inkerman, Sergeant Turner, RMLI, 2 November 1854

The Seige of Sebastapol, New York Times, 17 November 1855

The Siege of Balaclava, Captain Colin Campbell to Francis Russell, 17 November 1854

"Causes and Consequences of the Russian War. II Present and Future," Putnam's Monthly, vol. 4, issue 23 (November 1854).

The Siege of Balaclava, Lieutenant-Colonel Anthony Sterling, Highland Division, Balaclava, 10 January 1855

Speech in the House of Lords Defending His Conduct at Balaklava, Earl of Luccan, 19 March 1855

"The Fall of Sebastopol," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 35, issue 3 (March 1855).

"Russia and the Anglo-French Alliance," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 35, issue 4 (April 1855).

General Order after the Fall of Sebastapol, Prince Gortschakoff, Headquarters, Heights of Inkermann, 30 August 1855

Crimean War News Reports, New York Times, 19 October 1855

Battle with Chinese Pirates, New York Times, October 19, 1855

George Frederich List: National Economy, 1856

Declaration Respecting Maritime Law. Paris, 16 April 1856.

"Rise of the Dutch Republic," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 13, issue 73 (June 1856).

"War between Spain and Mexico," The Living Age, vol. 50, issue 633 (July 12, 1856).

"The Cost of War," Putnam's Monthly, vol. 8, issue 44 (August 1856).

"The Demise of Poland," The Living Age, vol. 50, issue 636 (August 2, 1856).

The Indian Mutiny, 1857

Elisa Greathed: An Account of the Opening of the Indian Mutiny at Meerut, 1857

"The Course of Empire in British India," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 40, issue 2 (August 1857)

"Revolutions in Central America," The United States Democratic Review, vol. 40, issue 4 (October 1857).

Charles Creighton Hazewell, "British India," Atlantic Monthly, November 1857

"The Chartist's Complaint," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 1, issue 1 (November 1857).

Charles Creighton Hazewell, "The Indian Revolt," Atlantic Monthly, December 1857

"Bengal Mutiny," The Living Age, vol. 55, issue 702 (November 7, 1857).

Moshweshewe: Letter to Sir George Grey, 1858 [The establishment of Basutoland]

"The Relief of Lucknow," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 1, issue 4 (February 1858).

"The Rebellion in India," The North American Review, vol. 86, issue 179 (April 1858).

KARL MARX , "Trade or Opium?" New York Daily Tribune, September 20, 1858

"Despotism in India," The North American Review, vol. 88, issue 183 (April 1859).

"A Cheer for Garibaldi," The Living Age, vol. 66, issue 842 (July 21, 1860).

"The Chinese War," The Living Age, vol. 66, issue 852 (September 29, 1860)

Whitney, William D, Professor, "China and the West," The New Englander, vol. 19, issue 73 (January 1861).

"The Free-Trade Policy of Great Britain," The North American Review, vol. 95, issue 197 (October 1862).

Guernsey, A. H., "The English In India," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 25, issue 149 (October, 1862).

Reynolds, G., "English Naval Power and English Colonies," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 12, issue 69 (July 1863).

Macgowan, Dr., "Extraterritoriality in China," The Continental Monthly, vol. 4, issue 5 (November 1863).

Reynolds, G., "The French Struggle for Naval and Colonial Power," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 12, issue 72 (November 1863).

Bayard, S. J., "The Decline of England," The Continental Monthly, vol. 5, issue 1 (January 1864).

Clark, William, Rev., "The Kurdish Tribes of Western Asia," The New Englander, vol. 23, issue 86 (January 1864).

"Baron de Jomini's Treatise on Military Operations," The North American Review, vol. 101, issue 208 (July 1865).

Reynolds, G., "The Late Insurrection in Jamaica," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 17, issue 102 (April 1866).

Hazewell, C. C., "The Fall of Austria," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 18, issue 110 (December 1866).

Towle, George M., "Imperial France," The Galaxy, vol. 3, issue 2 (January 15, 1867).

The Austrian Constitution of 1867, Fundamental Law Concerning the General Rights of Citizens

"The Seven Weeks' War. Its Antecedents and its Incidents," By H. M. Hozier. The New Englander, vol. 26, issue 101 (October 1867).(Shleswig-Holstein)

The Hungaro-Croatian Compromise of 1868 (The Nagodba)

Blind, Karl, "The Traditional Policy of Russia," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 22, issue 133 (November 1868).

Declaration of St. Petersburg; November 29 1868

Declaration Renouncing the Use, in Time of War, of certain Explosive Projectiles. Saint Petersburg, 29 November/11 December 1868

De Leon, Edwin, "The Suez Canal," Putnam's Monthly, vol. 13, issue 18 (June 1869).

Bulfinch, S. G., "Paraguay, and the Present War," The North American Review, vol. 109, issue 225 (October 1869).

McMahon, M. T, General, "Paraguay and Her Enemies," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 40, issue 237 (February 1870).

McMahon, M. T, General, "The War in Paraguay," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 40, issue 239 (April 1870).

The Battle of Worth, Franco-Prussian War, Frederick III, August 6, 1870

TREATY BETWEEN HER MAJESTY AND THE KING OF PRUSSIA RELATIVE TO THE INDEPENDENCE AND NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM Signed at London, August 9, 1870

TREATY BETWEEN HER MAJESTY AND THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH RELATIVE TO THE INDEPENDENCE AND NEUTRALITY
OF BELGIUM, Signed at London, August 11, 1870

First Address of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association on the Franco-Prussian War, 1870

Second Address of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association on the Franco-Prussian War, 1870

Eggert, C. A, Prof., "Causes of the French-Prussian War," Putnam's Monthly, vol. 16, issue 34 (October 1870).

"Britannia Rules the Waves," Punchinello, vol. 2, issue 39 (December 24, 1870).

Sir Monier Monier-Williams: The Towers of Silence, 1870

Address of the General Council of the International Working Men's Association on the Civil War in France, 1871

Hemans, H. W., "Prussia and Germany," The North American Review, vol. 112, issue 230 (January 1871).

Baird, Henry M.,"The French Conquest of Lorraine and Alsace," Scribner's Monthly, vol. 1, issue 4 (February 1871).

Gryzanovski, Ernst, "Origin and Growth of Public Opinion in Prussia," The North American Review, vol. 112, issue 231 (April 1871).

Bushnell, Horace, "Free-Trade and Protection," Scribner's Monthly, vol. 2, issue 3 (July 1871).

Johnson, John E, Rev., "Tai-Ping-Wang, and the Chinese Rebellion of 1853-1862," The New Englander, vol. 30, issue 116 (July 1871).

Adams, C. K., "French and German Diplomacy after Sadowa," The North American Review, vol. 113, issue 233 (October 1871).

Gryzanovski, E., "The Regeneration of Italy," The North American Review, vol. 113, issue 233 (October 1871).

Dadabhai Naoroji: The Benefits of British Rule, 1871

Adams, C. K., "The German Mission of Count Benedetti," The North American Review, vol. 114, issue 235 (April 1872).

Knox, Thomas W., "Russian Policy in Asia," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 47, issue 278 (July, 1873).

Fay, Theodore S., "Revolution of 1848 in Berlin," The Galaxy, vol. 16, issue 2 (August 1873).

Fay, Theodore S., "Revolution of 1848 in Berlin," The Galaxy, vol. 16, issue 3 (September 1873

Koeppen, Adolphus L., "Wars between the Danes and Germans, for the Possession of Schleswig," The American Whig Review, vol. 8, issue 5 (Nov 1848).

Jennings, Louis J., "Benjamin Disraeli," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 32, issue 194 (December 1873).

Moses, Bernard, "The Negotiations on the Swedish Invasion of Germany," The New Englander, vol. 33, issue 128 (July 1874).

Cespedes, Jose de Armas, "Communism and the Commune," The Galaxy, vol. 18, issue 4 (October 1874).

Engagement Between Japan and China Respecting Formosa, Signed 31 October 1874

Count Andrássy to Count Beust, 30 December 1875  (Communicated to the Earl of Derby by Count Beust, January 3), "Correspondence Respecting Affairs in Bosnia and Herzegovina." Parliamentary Papers, 1876, vol.84.

Lord Odo Russell to the Earl of Derby on the Insurrection in Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 1876

Otto von Bismarck, Memoirs (Excerpts)

Guernsey, A. H., "The Eastern Question," The Galaxy, vol. 23, issue 3 (March 1877).

Blind, Karl, "Revelations of European Diplomacy," The North American Review, vol. 124, issue 256 (May 1877).

McClellan, Geo. B., "The War in the East (with Maps)," The North American Review, vol. 125, issue 257 (July 1877).

McClellan, Geo. P., "The War in the East (with Maps)," Part II. The North American Review, vol. 125, issue 258 (September 1877).

McClellan, Geo. B., "The War in the East (with Maps.)," Part III. The North American Review, vol. 125, issue 259 (November 1877).

Anderson, Thomas M., "The Irrepressible Conflict in the East," The Galaxy, vol. 24, issue 5 (Nov 1877).

Field Marshal Lord Roberts: When Queen Victoria Became Empress of India, 1877

An Old Diplomatist, "The Congress of Berlin and its Consequences," The North American Review, vol. 127, issue 265 (November - December 1878).

Makoto, Matsuyama, "Japan and the Western Powers," The North American Review, vol. 127, issue 265 (November - December 1878).

Rev. Arthur Male: The Hill of Bones, Afghanistan 1878

Edward Augustus Freeman (1823-92): Race And Language, 1879

The Battle of Isandlwana, January 1879

Williams, S. Wells, Prof., "Afghanistan and the English," The New Englander, vol. 38, issue 148 (Jan 1879).

G.A. Chadwick, "The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879: Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift," Military History Journal - Vol 4 No 4

Knox, Thomas W., "The English in India," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 58, issue 346 (March 1879).

Greene, F. V, Lieutenant, "Campaign Notes in Turkey, 1877-'78," The North American Review, vol. 128, issue 270 (May 1879).

John Young, "Dramatic Zulu Reversal at Khambula (1879)," Military History

Curran, John E., "Mazzini and the Italian Revolution," The New Englander, vol. 38, issue 151 (July 1879).

The Dual Alliance Between Austria-Hungary and Germany, 7 October, 1879

Howard Hensman, Battle at Charasia, Afghanistan, Camp Beni Hissar, 7 October 1879

Howard Hensman, Storming of Takht-I-Shah Peak, Sherpur, 12 December 1879, midnight

Curran, John E., "Prince Metternich in the Napoleonic Times," The New Englander, vol. 39, issue 156 (May 1880).

The Laws of War on Land. Oxford, 9 September 1880

Helmuth von Moltke, the Elder, "On the Nature of War" 1880

The Three Emperors League, 18 June 1881

Tuttle, Herbert, Professor, "The German Empire," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 63, issue 376 (September 1881).

Arnold-Forster, H. O., "The Gladstone Government and Ireland," The North American Review, vol. 133, issue 301 (December 1881).

The Triple Alliance (First 8 Articles), 20 May, 1882

Atkinson, Edward, "The Rapid Progress of Communism," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 49, issue 296 (June 1882).

Tuttle, Herbert, "The New Eastern Question," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 49, issue 296 (June 1882).

The Earl of Cromer: Why Britain Acquired Egypt in 1882, (1908)

McClellan, George B., "The War in Egypt," The Century, vol. 24, issue 5 (Sept 1882).

British Missionary Letters: Urging the Annexation of The South Sea Islands, 1883

Busch, Moritz, Dr., "Kaiser Wilhelm," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 68, issue 408 (May 1884).

Major-General Charles Gordon, 1884, The Siege of Khartoum

Jules François Camille Ferry, "Speech Before the French Chamber of Deputies, March 28, 1884"

"The Growing Power of the Republic of Chile," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 54, issue 321 (July 1884).

The National System of Political Economy by Friedrich List, translated by Sampson S. Lloyd, 1885

Protocol between France and China, and Explanatory Note, Signed 4 April 1885

Hubbard, Gardiner Greene, "Suez Canal," The New Englander, vol. 44, issue 186 (May 1885).

Clarke, William, "An English Imperialist Bubble," The North American Review, vol. 141, issue 344 (July 1885).

"England, Russia, and India," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 56, issue 333 (July 1885).

Knox, Thomas W., "European Influences in Asia," The North American Review, vol. 141, issue 344 (July 1885).

Curley, Edwin A., "Social Democrats In the Reichstag," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 71, issue 423 (August 1885).

"The Congo Free State," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 56, issue 336 (October 1885).

"The Coming Struggle for India," Manufacturer and Builder, vol. 17, issue 11 (November 1885).

Bismarck and the "Polish Question." Speech to the Lower House of the Prussian Parliament, January 28, 1886.

Kasson, John A., "The Congo Conference and the President's Message," The North American Review, vol. 142, issue 351 (February 1886).

Heard, Augustine, "France and Indo-China," The Century, vol. 32, issue 3 (July 1886).

Atkinson, Atkinson, "The Food Question in America and Europe," The Century, vol. 33, issue 2 (Dec 1886).

THE ENGLISH PRESS OF 1887 ON BELGIUM'S NEUTRALITY, THE BETRAYAL OF BELGIUM: WHAT THE ENGLISH TORIES ONCE SAID, (The Labour Leader, February 4, 1915) Appendix L

Ray, W. H., "Russia in Asia," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 59, issue 354 (April 1887).

INTERNATIONAL LAW, A SERIES OF LECTURES DELIVERED BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 1887 BY HENRY SUMNER MAINE, K.C.S.I., LATE MASTER OF TRINITY HALL, CAMBRIDGE, AND MEMBER OF THE INDIAN COUNCIL, THE WHEWELL LECTURES
SECOND EDITION, NEW IMPRESSION, LONDON, JOHN MURRAY, ALBENARLE STREET, W. 1915

SYSTEM OF ECONOMICAL CONTRADICTIONS: OR, THE PHILOSOPHY OF MISERY, by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, translated by Benjamin R. Tucker. 1888

Hudson, Richard, Prof., "State Autonomy versus State Sovereignty," The New Englander, vol. 48, issue 214 (January 1888).

Curtius, Frederick, "Germany's Right to Alsace," The North American Review, vol. 146, issue 378 (May 1888).

Hudson, Richard, Prof., "The German Empire," The New Englander, vol. 48, issue 218 (May 1888)

Bismarck's Fall from Power, 1890

Program of the Pan-German League, 1890-1898

Kaneko, K., "An Outline of the Japanese Constitution," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 65, issue 388 (February 1890).

Sewall, J. S, Prof., "The Invincible Armada in Japan," The New Englander, vol. 53, issue 246 (September 1890).

Sewall, J. S, Prof., "The Invincible Armada in Japan," The New Englander, vol. 53, issue 247 (October 1890).

Leroy-Beaulieu on the Desirability of Imperialism, 1891

Proclamation of Tsar Alexander to the Grand Duchy of Finland, 28 Feburary 1891

On the Condition of the Working Classes, Rerum Novarum, Encyclical Letter of His Holiness Pope Leo XIII issued on May 15, 1891.

De Blowitz, Mr, "Germany, France, and General European Politics," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 83, issue 489 (September, 1891).

White, Arthur Silva, "Africa, and the European Powers," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 83, issue 498 (November, 1891).

Wilhelm II at the Swearing-in of New Recruits in Potsdam, November 23, 1891

Arnold, Edwin, Sir, "The Duty and Destiny of England in India," The North American Review, vol. 154, issue 423 (February 1892).

Bigelow, Poultney," The German Emperor and the Russian Menace," The Century, vol. 44, issue 1 (May 1892).

Crispi, Ex-Prime Minister, "The Situation in Italy," The North American Review, vol. 155, issue 428 (July 1892).

The Franco-Russian Alliance Military Convention, 18 August 1892

Labouchere, Henry, "The Foreign Policy of England," The North American Review, vol. 155, issue 431 (October 1892).

Capt. F. D. Lugard: The Rise of Our East African Empire, 1893

Botkine, Pierre, "A Voice for Russia," By the Secretary of the Russian Legation. The Century, vol. 45, issue 4 (Feb 1893).

"The Free Trade Struggle in England," Manufacturer and Builder, vol. 25, issue 2 (February 1893).

Stanley, Henry M., "Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 86, issue 514 (March, 1893).

Vambery, Arminius, Professor, "England in the Orient," The North American Review, vol. 156, issue 436 (March 1893).

De Mendonca, Salvador, "Republicanism in Brazil," The North American Review, vol. 158, issue 446 (January 1894).

De Mendonca, Salvador, "Latest Aspects of the Brazilian Rebellion," The North American Review, vol. 158, issue 447 (February 1894).

Forbes, Archibald, "The Outlook for War in Europe," The North American Review, vol. 158, issue 448 (March 1894).

Heard, John, Jr., "Maximilian And Mexico," Scribner's Magazine, vol. 15, issue 6 (June, 1894).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, THE CHINO-JAPANESE WAR, AND THE EAST-ASIATIC TRIPLE ALLIANCE, JULY, 1894 TO MAY, 1895, from German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914 in four volumes, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910 (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1930), pp. 1-13

Francke, Kuno, "The New Storm and Stress in Germany," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 74, issue 443 (September 1894).

Heard, Augustine, Hon., "China and Japan in Korea," The North American Review, vol. 159, issue 454 (September 1894).

Martin, Howard, "China and Japan in Korea," The North American Review, vol. 159, issue 454 (September 1894).

Stevens, Durham White, "China and Japan in Korea," The North American Review, vol. 159, issue 454 (September 1894).

LETTERS FROM THE KAISER TO THE CZAR, The 'Willy-Nicky' Letters: Introduction, and Letters I-V (8 November 1894-10 July 1895)

Kurino, S, His Excellency, "The Oriental War," The North American Review, vol. 159, issue 456 (November 1894).

Stepniak, Sergius, "How the Czar's Death Affects Europe," The North American Review, vol. 159, issue 457 (December 1894).

Hubbard, James Mascarene, "Russia as a Civilizing Force in Asia," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 75, issue 448 (February 1895).

Villiers, Frederic, "The Truth About Port Arthur," The North American Review, vol. 160, issue 460 (March 1895).

First Sino-Japanese War Peace Settlement, Convention of Armistice, Signed at Shimonoseki 30 March 1895

First Sino-Japanese War Peace Settlement, Treaty of Shimonoseki, Signed at Shimonoseki, 17 April 1895

Map demarcating the Liaotung Peninsula annexed to the Treaty of Shimonoseki, 17 April 1895

Kurino, S, His Excellency, the Japanese Minister at Washington, "The Future of Japan," The North American Review, vol. 160, issue 462 (May 1895).

Vambery, Arminus, Professor, "Russia and England," The North American Review, vol. 160, issue 462 (May 1895).

Borges, E, Ph.D., "The New Czar and What We May Expect From Him," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 91, issue 541 (June, 1895).

Herbert, Hilary A, Hon., "Military Lessons of the Chino-Japanese War," The North American Review, vol. 160, issue 463 (June 1895).

General Sir Evelyn Wood, " The Role of Cavalry in Warfare," (London: 1895).

Lee, Fitzhugh, "Military Operations as Affected by the New Weapons," The Century, vol. 50, issue 3 (July 1895).

Liaotung Convention, Signed at Peking, 8 November 1895

Letters From the Kaiser To the Czar - 26 November 1895-13 June 1901 (Letters VI-XX)

Robinson, Harry Perry, "The Late War In Europe," Scribner's Magazine, vol. 18, issue 5 (November, 1895).

Tilton, W. F., "The Defeat of the Spanish Armada," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 76, issue 458 (December 1895).

Peter Holt, "The Seige of Chitral," Military History

The Boer War, David Cody, Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College

Theodor Herzl: On the Jewish State, 1896

Carnegie, Andrew, "The Venezuelan Question," The North American Review, vol. 162, issue 471 (February 1896).

Bryce, James, Right Hon., "British Feeling on the Venzuelan Question," The North American Review, vol. 162, issue 471 (February 1896).

Chapman, Edward Mortimer, "The Palmerston Ideal in Diplomacy," The Century, vol. 51, issue 4 (Feb 1896).

Taylor, Hannis, Hon., "England's Colonial Empire," The North American Review, vol. 162, issue 475 (June 1896).

"The French and English View of India," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 78, issue 468 (Oct 1896).

White, Arthur Silva, "The Coming Struggle on the Nile," The North American Review, vol. 163, issue 478 (September 1896).

Bigelow, Poultney, "White Man's Africa," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 93, issue 558 (November, 1896

The Battle of Adowa, 1896

Wilfred Scawen Blunt: Britain's Imperial Destiny, 1896-1899

"The Congo Reform Movement in England, 1896-1904," by E. D. Morel. From the preface to King Leopold's Rule in Africa (London: Heinemann, 1904).

The Congo Reform Movement in the United States By Jim Zwick

Greg Blake, "Ethiopia's Decisive Victory at Adowa," Military History

Clemenceau, M. Georges, "The French Navy," The North American Review, vol. 164, issue 483 (February 1897).

Clemenceau, M. Georges, "The French Navy - II," The North American Review, vol. 164, issue 484 (March 1897).

Botassi, Demetrius N.,"The Uprising of Greece," The North American Review, vol. 164, issue 485 (April 1897).

Seton-Karr, H, M.P., "England's Food Supply in Time of War," The North American Review, vol. 164, issue 485 (April 1897).

"The Tory Origin of Free Trade Policy" by William J. Ashley, Quarterly Journal of Economics, July 1897.

Jernigan, Thomas R., "Commercial Trend of China," The North American Review, vol. 165, issue 488 (July 1897).

Eustis, J. B, Hon., "The Franco-Russian Alliance," The North American Review, vol. 165, issue 488 (July 1897).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER II, THE KIAO-CHAU OCCUPATION AND MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S ALLIANCE PROPOSAL. NOVEMBER, 1897, TO APRIL, 1898, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 14-26.

Winston S. Churchill: The Battle of Omdurman, 1898

Mulhall, Michael G., "Industrial Advance of Germany," The North American Review, vol. 166, issue 494 (January 1898).

"Stirring Times in Austria" by Mark Twain, March 1898

Von Bieberstein, Rogalla, Lieutenant-Colonel, "Could Russia Take British India?" The North American Review, vol. 166, issue 496 (March 1898).

Tilton, William Frederic, "The Spanish Armada. The Fate of the Armada," The Century, vol. 56, issue 2 (June 1898).

Richardson, Ralph, F.R.S.E, F.S.A., "What Britain has Done for Egypt," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 500 (July 1898).

Castelar, Emilio, "Prince Von Bismarck," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 500 (July 1898).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER III, THE ANGLO-GERMAN CONVENTIONS OF AUGUST 30TH, 1898-JUNE-SEPTEMBER, 1898, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 27-41.

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER IV, SAMOA, AUGUST, 1898, TO NOVEMBER, 1899, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 42-73.

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Rescript of the Russian Emperor, August 24, 1898

Castelar, Emilio, "Prince Von Bismarck - II," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 502 (September 1898).

Temple, Richard, Right Hon. Sir, Bart, G.C.S.I., "An Anglo-American versus a European Combination," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 502 (September 1898).

Clancy, John J, M.P., "The Latest Reform in Ireland," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 502 (September 1898).

Winston S. Churchill: The Battle of Omdurman, 1898

Dunnell, Mark B., "Our Policy in China," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 503 (October 1898).

Letter from Sir F. Lascelles to the Marquess of Salisbury regarding Anglo-German Relations, December 21, 1898.

Spencer-Churchill, Winston, Lieutenant, "The Fashoda Incident," The North American Review, vol. 167, issue 505 (December 1898).

The Control of the Tropics By Benjamin Kidd, Edited by Jim Zwick (New York: Macmillan, 1898) (BoondocksNet Edition, 2000)

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Russian Circular January 11, 1899

The Gracious Manifesto of the Imperial Majesty, Tsar Nicholas, to the Grand Duchy of Finland given in St. Petersburg, on the 3/15th of February 1899.

Clarke, G. S, Colonel Sir, "Imperial Responsibilities a National Gain," The North American Review, vol. 168, issue 507 (February 1899).

Conant, Charles A., "Russia as a World Power," The North American Review, vol. 168, issue 507 (February 1899).

Boulger, Demetrius C.,"The Dissolution of the Chinese Empire," The North American Review, vol. 168, issue 508 (March 1899).

Jones, J. P, Rev, D.D., "British Rule in India," The North American Review, vol. 168, issue 508 (March 1899).

Jones, J. P, Rev, D.D., "British Rule in India - II," The North American Review, vol. 168, issue 509 (April 1899).

Mulhall, Michael G, F.S.S., "British Capital Abroad," The North American Review, vol. 168, issue 509 (April 1899).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER V, THE FIRST HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE, 1899, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 74-81.

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Instructions to the International (Peace) Conference at the Hague from US Secretary of State, John Hay, 18 April 1899

Decree to the Grand Duchy of Finland on the matter of conscription, June 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Paper Read by Captain Mahan Before the Second Committee of the Peace Conference on June 20, 1899

Brooks, Sydney, "England and the Transvaal," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 512 (July 1899).

Cunningham, William, "English Imperialism," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 84, issue 501 (July 1899).

Final Act Of the International Peace Conference. The Hague, 29 July 1899.

CONVENTION FOR THE PACIFIC SETTLEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES, Adopted 29 July 1899

CONVENTION FOR THE PACIFIC SETTLEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES (HAGUE I) (29 July 1899)

Laws and Customs of War on Land and Annexes (Hague II); July 29, 1899

Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of Principles of Geneva Convention of 1864 (Hague, III); July 29,1899

Prohibiting Launching of Projectiles and Explosives from Balloons (Hague, IV); July 29, 1899

Declaration on the Launching of Projectiles and Explosives from Balloons; July 29, 1899

Declaration on the Use of Projectiles the Object of Which is the Diffusion of Asphyxiating or Deleterious Gases; July 29, 1899

Declaration on the Use of Bullets Which Expand or Flatten Easily in the Human Body; July 29, 1899

Final Act of the International Peace Conference; July 29, 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: General Report of the United States Commission to US Secretary of State, John Hay, 31 July 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Report of Captain Crozier to the Commission of the United States of America to the International Conference at the Hague Regarding the Work of the First Committee of the Conference and its Sub-committee, 31 July 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Report of Captain Mahan to the United States Commission to the International Conference at the Hague, on Disarmament, etc., with Reference to Navies, 31 July 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Report of Captain Mahan to the United States Commission to the International Conference at the Hague, Regarding the Work of the Second Committee of the Conference, 31 July 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Report of Captain Crozier to the Commission of the United States of America to the International Conference at the Hague, Regarding the Work of the Second Sub-committee of the Second Committee of the Conference, 31 July 1899

Peace Conference at the Hague 1899: Report of Mr. White, Mr. Low, and Mr. Holls, to the American Commission to the International Conference at the Hague, Regarding the Work of the Third Committee of the Conference, 31 July 1899

Cunningham, William, "Prospects of Universal Peace," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 84, issue 502 (August 1899).

Jernigan, T. R., "Japan's Entry into the Family of Nations," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 513 (August 1899).

Gottheil, Richard, Ph.D., "The Zionist Movement," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 513 (August 1899).

The Atlantic, "The Break of China and Our Interest in It," August 1899

Letter from Mr. Rodd to the Marquess of Salisbury relaying Sir Herbert Kitchener's Report on the Fashoda Affair dated 21 September 1898

Engelenburg, F. V, Dr., "A Transvaal View of the South African Question," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 515 (October 1899).

De Martens, F., "International Arbitration and the Peace Conference at the Hague," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 516 (November 1899).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER VI, THE BOER WAR, 1899. PRELIMINARY CORRESPONDENCE, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 82-105.

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER VII, THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR, OCTOBER 1899. TO NOVEMBER, 1900. THE 'BUNDESRATH' INCIDENT, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 106-26.

Bryce, James, Right Hon, M.P., "The Historical Causes of the Present War in South Africa," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 517 (December 1899).

Bernhard von Bülow, Hammer and Anvil Speech before the Reichstag, December 11, 1899

Carnegie, Andrew, "The South African Question," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 517 (December 1899).

Ireland, Alleyne, "Briton and Boer in South Africa," The Atlantic Monthly, vol. 84, issue 506 (December 1899).

Boulger, Demetrius C., "A Possible Continental Alliance Against England," The North American Review, vol. 169, issue 517 (December 1899).

Heart of Darkness By Joseph Conrad

The Battles of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902

The South African War Virtual Library

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Mark Weber, "The Boer War Remembered"

Defending Victoria, The Boer War

The Boer War, "The Concentration Camps, 1899-1902,"  by Hennie Barnard

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Native Races and the War by Josephine Butler (London, Gay & Bird: 1900)

Pierre Loti: "When the Allies Entered Peking," 1900

Delbruck, Hans, Professor, "England, the Transvaal and the European Powers," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 518 (January 1900).

Holmstrem, Vladimir, et al., "Great Britain on the War-Path," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 518 (January 1900).

The Earl Grey, Rt. Hon., "England and the Transvaal," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 518 (January 1900).

Diplomatic Note from Russia to England on the Afghan-Russo border, transmitted by the Russian Embassy. February 6, 1900

Cust, Henry, "The Dutch in South Africa," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 519 (February 1900).

Howard, O. O, Major-General, U.S.A., "Military Problems in South Africa," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 519 (February 1900).

Hoenig, Fritz, "Strategic Problems in South Africa," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 519 (February 1900).

Voigt, J. C, Dr., "The Afrikanders in Natal," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 519 (February 1900).

Owen, John F, Lieutenant-General, R.A., "The Military Situation in South Africa," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 519 (February 1900).

Hutten, Thomas C., "The Doom of the Boer Oligarchies. A Netherlander's View of the South African Problem," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 520 (March 1900).

The Marquis of Lorne, Right Honorable, "Realities of the South African War," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 520 (March 1900).

Mahan, A. T, Captain, U.S.N., "The Merits of the Transvaal Dispute," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 520 (March 1900).

Du Barail, General Count, "A French General's Defense of the Boers," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 521 (April 1900).

Maddison, F, M.P., "Why British Workmen Condemn the War," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 521 (April 1900).

De Bloch, Jean, "Why England Should Stop the War," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 522 (May 1900).

Murdoch, James, "Japan and Russia in the Far East," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 522 (May 1900).

Boulger, Demetrius C., "Antagonism of England and Russia," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 523 (June 1900).

Temple, Richard, Right Hon. Sir, Bart., "Great Britain in Asia," The North American Review, vol. 170, issue 523 (June 1900).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER VIII, THE BOXER REBELLION, JUNE, 1900 TO MARCH, 1901. THE YANG-TSZE AGREEMENT, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 127-39..

Cronwright-Schreiner, S. C., "The Settlement in South Africa after the War," The North American Review, vol. 171, issue 524 (July 1900).

Boulger, Demetrius C., "America's Share in a Partition of China," The North American Review, vol. 171, issue 525 (August 1900).

Howard, O. O, Major-General, "British Strategy in South Africa," The North American Review, vol. 171, issue 525 (August 1900).

Crispi, F., "China and the Western Powers," The North American Review, vol. 171, issue 528 (November 1900).

Mahan, A. T, Captain, U.S.N., "Effects of Asiatic Conditions Upon International Policies," The North American Review, vol. 171, issue 528 (November 1900).

Yao Chen-Yuan: "My Adventures During the Boxer War," 1900

Fei Ch'i-hao: The Boxer Rebellion, 1900

Pierre Loti: When the Allies Entered Peking, 1900

William Henry Furness III: A Visit to a Head-Hunter of Borneo, 1901

The Platt Amendment, 1901

Kaiser Wilhelm II: A Place in the Sun, 1901

Letters From the Kaiser To the Czar - 22 August 1901-30 October 1904

The Genesis of the "A.B.C." Memorandum of 1901

"British Foreign Policy" by A.B.C., etc., National Review, November, 1901

Letters From the Kaiser To the Czar - 17 November 1904-27 July 1905

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER IX, THE BRITISH ALLIANCE PROPOSAL, 1901, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 140-52.

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER X, THE ANGLO-JAPANESE AGREEMENT, 1901-02, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 153-59.

John Hobson: Imperialism, 1902

Thorstein Veblen: Conspicuous Consumption, 1902

Joseph Conrad: from Heart of Darkness (1902)

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER XI, THE JOINT ACTION AGAINST VENEZUELA, 1902-03, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 160-65.

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER XII, THE WEAKENING OF THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE, 1902-03, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 166-70.

Edward Morel: The Black Man's Burden, 1903

"Leopold, Emperor of the Congo," by W. T. Stead, American Monthly Review of Reviews 28 (July 1903).

"Personal Observations of Congo Misgovernment," by Rev. William M. Morrison, American Monthly Review of Reviews 28 (July 1903).

GERMAN DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER XIII, THE FIRST SIGNS OF THE TRIPLE ENTENTE, 1903, Source: German Diplomatic Documents, 1871-1914, selected and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale, Volume III, "The Growing Antagonism, 1898-1910," (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930), pp. 171-76.

"Very Awful and Mysterious: An Open Letter to Roger Casement," by Joseph Conrad (Dec. 21, 1903).

THE HISTORY OF THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY BY IDA M. TARBELL, 1904

Declaration Between the United Kingdom and France Respecting Egypt and Morocco (the Entente Cordiale), together with the Secret Articles signed at the same time, April 1904.

The British March to Lhasa, Tibet, C. G. Rawlings, July 1904

"Cruelty in the Congo Country," by Booker T. Washington, The Outlook 78 (Oct. 8, 1904).

"The Mutual Relations of Races," Proceedings of the Thirteenth Universal Peace Congress, Advocate of Peace 67 (Feb. 1905).

Letters From the Kaiser To the Czar - 22 August 1905-26 March 1914

The Treaty of Portsmouth, 1905 - September 5, 1905, the Conclusion of the Russo-Japanese War, signed at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

King Leopold's Soliloquy: A Defense of His Congo Rule By Mark Twain (Boston: The P. R. Warren Co., 1905). (BoondocksNet Edition, 2001).

"Congo Free State Horrors," by Mark Twain (Nov. 5, 1905).

"What I Am Thankful For," by Mark Twain. Interview with W. O. Inglis, New York World Sunday Magazine (Nov. 26, 1905).

Twain Calls Leopold Slayer of 15,000,000, By Mark Twain New York World (Dec. 3, 1905).

John W. Foster: "The Chinese Boycott," from The Atlantic Monthly, January 1906

Congo Reform Association Circular, By Hugh P. McCormick (Boston: Congo Reform Association, Jan. 8, 1906).

Conditions in the Congo State (Boston: Congo Reform Association, circa Jan. 1906).

Report of the King's Commission of Inquiry and The Testimony Which Compelled It. Issued by The Congo Reform Association, No. 710 Tremont Temple, Boston [c. 1906]

A Protest Against the Congo Horrors, The Public 9 (Dec. 29, 1906).

The Anglo-Russian Entente, Agreement on Persia, 1907

The Congo News Letter (Boston: Congo Reform Association, April 1907).

Jabez T. Sunderland, "The New Nationalist Movement in India," Atlantic Monthly, October 1908

The Young Turks: Proclamation for the Ottoman Empire, 1908

The Imperial Japanese Mission to the United States, 1917, Appendix A, THE ROOT-TAKAHIRA EXCHANGE OF NOTES, 1908

Biography Of Sultan Abdul Hameed The Second And The Fall Of The Islamic Khilafa

Agreement between Germany and France Relative to Morocco. February 9, 1909

The Crime of the Congo By Arthur Conan Doyle (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1909). Fourth Edition

Anglo American Co-Operation Congo Reform Association, July 7, 1909. From E. D. Morel, Great Britain and the Congo (London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1909).

The Act passed by the State Council and the State Duma and most Graciously confirmed concerning the procedure to be complied with issuing laws and decrees of all-Empire significance for Finland, 17th of June, 1910.

L. T. Hobhouse: from Liberalism, 1911

The Millstone: British Naval Policy in the Mediterranean, 1900-1914, Chapter 7, "Agadir"

5 December, 1912, Expanded Version of the Triple Alliance

Treaty Between Tibet and Mongolia, January, 1913, Signed at Urga

PAN-GERMANISM BY ROLAND G. USHER, PH.D, Associate Professor of History, Washington University, St. Louis, BOSTON AND NEW YORK
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1913

SHORT HISTORY OF A U S T R I A - H U N G A R Y and Poland By H. WICKHAM STEED, Correspondent of The Times in Vienna; WALTER ALISON PHILLIPS, Lecky Professor of Modern History, Trinity College, Dublin; and DAVID HANNAY. ILLUSTRATED Reproduced from the 11th edition of the
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