Description - The Illusion of Peace by Sally Marks
Sally Marks' analysis of European diplomacy between World War I and Hitler's advent explores the reasons why a lasting peace failed to occur in the interwar era. Building on the theories of the first edition, Marks argues that the Allied failure to bring defeat home to the German people, and the consequences of this oversight, were partly to blame, and she reassesses Europe's leaders and the policies of the powers. Revised and updated in the light of scholarly and documentary research, the second edition of this text also includes new material, maps and an extended bibliography.
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Author Biography - Sally Marks
SALLY MARKS is Professor Emerita of Rhode Island College. She is the author of Innocent Abroad: Belgium at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 (1981) which won the American Historical Association's George Louis Beer Prize in International History and the Phi Alpha Theta Senior Scholar Award, and The Ebbing of European Ascendancy: An International History of the World, 1914-1945 (2002).