Defending the rights of others : the great powers, the Jews, and international minority protection, 1878-1938

Carole Fink

When the Cold War ended between 1989 and 1991, statesmen and scholars reached back to the period after World War I when the victors devised minority treaties for the new and expanded states of Eastern Europe. This book is a study of the entire period between 1878 and 1938, when the great powers established a system of external supervision to reduce the threats in Europe's most volatile regions of irredentism, persecution and uncontrolled waves of westward migration. It is a study of the strengths and weaknesses of an early state of international human rights diplomacy as practised by rival and often uninformed Western political leaders, by ardent but divided Jewish advocates, and also by aggressive state minority champions, in the tumultuous age of nationalism and imperialism, bolshevism and fascism between Bismarck and Hitler.

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[目次]

  • List of maps
  • List of photographs
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • A note on place and personal names
  • Part I. From Empires to New States: 1. Prologue: the Congress of Berlin
  • 2. Bucharest, August 1913
  • 3. The Great War
  • 4. Lemberg
  • Part II. The Minority Treaties: 5. Paris
  • 6. Pinsk
  • 7. May
  • 8. The 'Little Versailles'
  • Part III. A New Era of Minority Rights?: 9. Geneva
  • 10. Berlin
  • 11. Epilogue: the road to Munich
  • Conclusions
  • Bibliography
  • Index.

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書名 Defending the rights of others : the great powers, the Jews, and international minority protection, 1878-1938
著作者等 Fink, Carole
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 2006, c2004
ページ数 xxvii, 420 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780521029940
NCID BA83092892
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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