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Plebiscites since the world war

Wambaugh, Sarah

Plebiscites since the world war

with a collection of official documents

by Wambaugh, Sarah

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Published by Carnegie endowment for international peace in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plebiscite.,
  • Self-determination, National.,
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Territorial questions.,
  • Tacna-Arica question.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: vol. I, p. [557]-603.

    Statementby Sarah Wambaugh.
    SeriesPublications of the Carnegie endowment for international peace, Division of international law, Washington
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX4054 .W32
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6297545M
    LC Control Number33033073
    OCLC/WorldCa260794

    Part of the Studies in International Security book series (SIS) Abstract. At the end of the First World War, the victorious powers provisionally assigned Vilna, the historic capital of Lithuania, to that resurrected state, and the new Soviet regime — the former overlord — concurred. Sarah Wambaugh, Plebiscites since the World War Author: Alan James. In armed conflicts since World War II, civilians have accounted for 80 per cent of war deaths. The development of improved artillery, aviation and weapons of mass destruction have led the international community to promote an extension of the application of humanitarian international law to civilians, and to formulate specific provisions to.

    The Northern Cameroons, which the Sardauna LGA of Taraba State constitutes a part, was neither a colony nor protectorate of Northern Nigeria, but a mandate of the League of Nations ( to   Research on Humanities and Social Sciences ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) (Online) Vol.4, No, The United Nations Plebiscites in the Northern Cameroons.

    Read this book on Questia. In the wake of the revival of European nationalism in and the dissolution of the Soviet Union in , Romano's essay explores the origin of the idea of the modern nation state between and when the citizen and the plebiscite replaced the subject as the legitimizing mechanism for national and multinational associations, and its subsequent evolution. Plebiscites since the world war: with a collection of official documents / by Sarah Wambaugh. JX W32 V.2 The problem of partition: peril to world peace / [by] Thomas E. Hachey.


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Plebiscites Since the World War (2 Volume Set) Hardcover – January 1, by Sarah Wambaugh (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — Author: Sarah Wambaugh. In view of the coming plebiscite in the Saar Basin, many students of international affairs will want to study this book.

Miss Wambaugh is an authority on the subject, and this new study is really the continuation of an earlier one which appeared in Since that time the author has been connected with the League as an expert, and also had a hand in the Tacna-Arica problem.

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Plebiscites since the world war by Wambaugh, Sarah,Carnegie endowment for international peace edition, in English. Plebiscites since the World War, with a collection of official documents.

Two volumes. Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Manufacturer: Washington, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Hitler's use of plebiscites is argued [by whom?] as the reason why, since World War II, there has been no provision in Germany for the holding of referendums at the federal level.

In recent years, referendums have been used strategically by several European governments trying to pursue political and electoral goals.

InBruton considered that. The Duchy of Schleswig had been a fiefdom of the Danish crown since the Middle Ages, but it, along with the Danish-ruled German provinces of Holstein and Lauenburg, which had both been part of the Holy Roman Empire, was conquered by Prussia and Austria in the Second War of n andPrussia and Austria ruled the entire region as a condominium, and they formalised.

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Wambaugh, Sarah, Plebiscites since the world war. Washington, Carnegie endowment for international peace, Australia has held two national plebiscites, in andrelating to the introduction of conscription during World War I.

Both were defeated. No specific rules exist about the running of a plebiscite. If another plebiscite is conducted, the Parliament will decide on. Sarah Wambaugh (March 6, – Novem ) was an American political was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of legal scholar Eugene earned an A.B.

in and an A.M. in from Radcliffe College, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she also later also carried out studies in England; in London and ity control: ISNI: X, LCCN:. Part of the Studies in International Security book series (SIS) Abstract.

As part of their endeavour to draw the boundaries of central and eastern Europe on a national basis, the victors in the First World War made provision in the several peace treaties (or subsequently) for plebiscites to be held in certain areas which gave rise to particular Author: Alan James.

particular with minorities, mention should be made of a book by British historian C. Macartney: National States and National Minorities (London, ) and of a Czech study by J. Chmelar: National Minorities in Central Europe (Prague, ). 2 Sarah Wambaugh: Plebiscites since the World War with a Collection of Official Documents.

PLEBISCITES SINCE THE WORLD WAR. Two volumes. By Sarah Wambaugh. Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. XXiV, ; XiV, 6I4. $ The reception given Miss Wambaugh's Monograph on Plebiscites 1 amounted to a recognition that this subject was her own without serious rivalry.

Ww2 World War Ii Jewish Hebrew British Army Raf Waaf Soldier Pin Badge Documents Vol - $ Vol Plebiscites Since The World War Wambaugh Map 2 Hc Book Lot Documents. 1. Agreed, but this was back in the s and s; between andthe pro-French vote in Alsace-Lorraine was much less (but still very significant, if not always a majority) than it was between and (however, it is possible that some voters in Alsace-Lorraine with pro-French views voted against pro-French parties beginning in in an attempt to have a greater influence in.

For instance, Wambaugh’s investigations into this matter for the Versailles Peace Conference were published in as Monograph on Plebiscites, with a Collection of Official Documents, followed by many other titles on the topic, such as La Pratique des plébiscites internationaux (), Plebiscites since the World War (), and The Saar.

A century ago Australia was divided by a plebiscite, as the nation voted on the issue of military conscription. There have only been three plebiscites held in the nation's history, Associate Professor Stefan Petrow from the University of Tasmania said, largely due to the controversy of the first two.

Sarah Wambaugh, Plebiscites since World War I, 2 vols, Washington, (Wambaugh,was an American political scientist who became a world authority on plebiscites. This has a very useful account of the Upper Silesian Plebiscite based on sources available at.

Before World War II, plebiscites were often alluded to by prominent scholars of social and political inquiry such as Robert Michels ( 43) and Eric Voegelin (). Vol Plebiscites Since The World War Wambaugh Map 2 Hc Book Lot Documents.

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established after the conclusion of World War I. It called for a Author: Lorraine Boissoneault.SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN - Prussia's Northern Province.

For many years I maintained the position that the only fair plebiscites that had taken place in Germany after the fall of the German Empire in following the First World War were those of East Prussia (Ostpreußen) and Schleswig-Holstein ().The East Prussian plesbiscite was an overwhelming vote for Germany and a decisive rejection.

This book gets an only holistic view about nations and nationalism on this subject. I suggest reading Gellner's theory instead of Anderson and other post-structuralist academics. Of course, they share a common core on some points, but the book differs from other books on historical analysis and the sociological imagination/5.