Table of contents for Railways and international politics : paths of empire, 1848-1945 / edited by T.G. Otte and Keith Neilson.

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(1) K. Neilson and T.G. Otte,??Railpolitik?: An Introduction?
(2) Dennis E. Showalter, ?Railroads, the Prussian Army, and the German Way of War in the 
Nineteenth Century.?
(3) Anthony J. Heywood, ??The Most Catastrophic Question?: Railway Development and 
Military Strategy in Late Imperial Russia.?
(4) F.R. Bridge, ?The Sanjak of Novibazar Railway Project.?
(5) Nigel Brailey, ?The Railway-Oceanic Era, the India-China and India-Singapore Railway 
Schemes, and Siam.?
(6) T.G. Otte, ??The Baghdad Railway of the Far East?: The Tientsin-Yangtze Railway and 
Anglo-German Relations, 1898-1914.?
(7) John Fisher, ?Lord Curzon and British Strategic Railways in Central Asia before, during and 
after World War I.?
(8) Keith Neilson, ?The Baghdad to Haifa Railway: The Culmination of Railway Planning for 
Imperial Defence East of Suez.?
(9) Martin Thomas, ?Managing the Hajj: Indian Pilgrim Traffic, Public Health, and 
Transportation in Arabia, 1918-1930.?
(10) Greg Kennedy, ?Barometer of War: British Views of Imperial Security in the Far East, 
Russo-Japanese Relations and the Chinese Eastern Railway, 1929-1935.?
(11) Neville Wylie, ?Swiss-Transalpine Railway Lines: Strategic Railways and the Strategy of 
Deterrence.?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Railroads -- History -- 19th century.
Railroads -- History -- 20th century.
World politics -- 19th century.
World politics -- 20th century.