Table of contents for At the eleventh hour : reflections, hopes and anxieties at the closing of the Great War, 1918. / [edited by Hugh Cecil & Peter H. Liddle].


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Part I INTRODUCTORY
Chapter 1   Hugh Cecil & Peter Liddle: Armistice: National
Reactions and Reflections, September/November I9I8  3
Chapter 2   Bullitt Lowry: Negotiating and Signing the Armistices  17
Part II THE ELEVENTH OF NOVEMBER ARMISTICE
Chapter 3   Heinz Hagenliicke: Germany and the Armistice      33
Chapter 4  Peter Liddle: Britons Overseas                     52
Chapter 5  Peter Liddle: Britons on the Home Front            68
Chapter 6  Allain Bernede: The French                         84
Chapter 7  Mark Derez: Belgium: A Soldier's Tale            Io8
Chapter 8  James Cooke: The Americans                        142
Chapter 9  Ashley Ekins: Australians at the End of the Great War  157
Chapter 10  Dean Oliver: A Canadian Armistice                181
Chapter 11    Sanjoy Bhattacharya: Anxious Celebrations: British
India and the Armistice                           I89



Chapter 12  Christopher Pugsley: New Zealand: "The Heroes
Lie in France"                                   zoo
Chapter 13  Bill Nasson: Armistice 1915 and 1918: The South African
Experience                                       213
Chapter 14  Naoko Shimazu: Detached and Indifferent: The Japanese
Response                                         224
Part III  THE BULGARIAN, TURKISH AND AUSTRIAN ARMISTICES,
THE BALKANS AND ITALY
Chapter 15  Imanuel Geiss: Armistice in Eastern Europe and the
Fatal Sequels: Successor States and Wars 1918-23  237
Chapter 16  Richard Crampton: Deprivation, Desperation and
Degradation: Bulgaria in Defeat                  255
Chapter 17  Erik Ziircher: The Ottoman Empire and the Armistice of
Mudros                                           266
Chapter 18  Avihai Shivtiel: The Arabs from War to Peace     276
Chapter 19  Mark Cornwall: Austria-Hungary                   285
Chapter 20  Irene Guerrini & Marco Pluviano: Italy:
A Difficult Peace                                301
Part IV  THE LEGACY
Chapter 21  John Bourne: The European and International Consequences
of the Armistice                                 315
Chapter 22  Hugh Cecil: "I say it is a victory": The Armistice in British,
French, German and American Literature           327 7
Chapter 23  Matthew Richardson: A Changing Meaning for Armistice
Day                                              347








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: World War, 1914-1918 Armistices, World War, 1914-1918 Social aspects