History Theses 1901-1970: Historical research for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1976.
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The place of the olive in the economy of the Mediterranean region. Kathleen de la Mare. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.
A geographical study of wheat and the wheat trade in Europe. Agatha Booker. Oxford B.Litt. 1929.
Climatic fluctuations in Europe in the late historical period. D.J. Schove. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1953.
The development of the sundial between A.D. 1400 and 1800. Kathleen Higgins. Oxford B.Sc. 1951.
Studies in the reputation and influence of the Abbot Joachim of Fiore, chiefly in the 15th and 16th centuries. Marjorie E. Reeves. London Ph.D. 1932.
From analogy to experiment: the role of the analogy between the whole and the parts of nature in the development of early modern thought (15th to 17th centuries). Mrs. Dorothy M. Koenigsberger. Nottingham Ph.D. 1969.
The history of theories of painting in Italy and France, 1400–1700, with special reference to Poussin. A.F. Blunt. Cambridge Ph.D. 1934/5.
The relation of the Eastern Church to the Western Churches from the 16th to the 18th century. T.P. Themelis. Oxford B.Litt. 1907.
Issues dividing western Christendom on the doctrine of the church in the 16th and 17th centuries. R.H. Wilmer. Oxford D.Phil. 1948.
Methods of political reasoning in the 16th and 17th centuries: the argument by correspondence and historical and scientific empiricism. W.H. Greenleaf. London Ph.D. 1954.
The political theories of Martin Luther and Ulrich Zwingli: a study in contrasts. E.B. Moore. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1965.
Religious controversies in the 16th century, their influence in France and England. I. Georgević. Oxford B.Litt. 1918.
The problem of war to the religious thinker of the 16th century. R.F. Wright. London Ph.D. 1937.
The development of the 'just war' conception, especially since Grotius. G.D. Roos. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.
Public worship in 16th-century Calvinism. F.O. Reed. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.
The Anabaptist movement. R.J. Smithson. Glasgow Ph.D. 1933.
Studies in the emergence and dissemination of the modern Jewish stereotype in western Europe. I. Shachar. London Ph.D. 1967.
Jewish medical ethics: a comparative and historical study of the Jewish religious attitude to medicine and its practice, with special reference to the 16th century. I. Jakobovits. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1955.
Cardinal Contarini at Regensburg: a study in Ecumenism, Catholicism and Curialism. P.C. Matheson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1968.
The Jesuits and the Council of Trent. G. Duckworth. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.
The preliminary reduction of wind and pressure observations in north-west Europe, A.D. 1648–1955. D.J. Schove. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1958.
An historical and critical study of the Christian Unity movements since the peace of Westphalia. G.J. Slosser. London Ph.D. 1928.
The Triple Alliance and the War of Devolution. Margaret O. Noël-Paton. London Ph.D. 1931.
The history of enthusiasm as a factor in the religious and social problems of the 18th century. E.C. Walker. London Ph.D. 1930.
The conception of history and progress in some writers of the European Enlightenment. R.V. Sampson. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.
The maritime powers and the evolution of the war aims of the Grand Alliance, 1701–4. P.J. Welch. London M.A. 1940.
The Great Peace: negotiations for the treaty of Utrecht, 1710–13. A.D. Maclachlan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.
Privateering in the Seven Years War. D.N. Topley. Durham M.A. 1963.
The peace of Paris of 1763. Zenab E. Rashed. Liverpool Ph.D. 1949.
The relations between Great Britain and the papal states, 1792–1817. S.T. Leonard. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
The German policy of the pre-Fructidorian Directory. S.S. Biro. Oxford D.Phil. 1928/9.
The economic history of the brush-making industry in England, France, Holland and the German-speaking countries up to the end of the 19th century. R.H. Kirby. London Ph.D. 1953.
Municipal tribunals and international law: the development of international law by English and French courts in the 19th century. Dorothy B. McCown. London Ph.D. 1938.
The politics of violence in the 19th century. G.L. Hearn. London Ph.D. 1954.
Nationalist currents in 19th-century socialist doctrines. V.T.C.E.F. Egger. London Ph.D. 1949.
Density of population in Europe, including special treatment of two countries about 1801 and 1861. J.P. Ryder. Manchester M.A. 1935.
The social and economic background of attempts at a Concert of Europe from 1804 to 1825. H.G.A.V. Schenk. Oxford D.Phil. 1943.
The Concert of Europe in German and British international theory, 1851–1914. C. Holbraad. Sussex D.Phil. 1967.
The European Concert, June 1854 - July 1855. G.B. Henderson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1933/4.
The Belgian and Polish revolutions of 1830 in international relations. J.A. Betley. Bristol M.A. 1954.
Religion and the city, with reference to Bristol and Marseilles, 1830–80: a study in the comparative sociology of religion. R.M. Goodridge. London M.Phil. 1969.
The educational work of the Congregation of the Assumption in Europe, 1839–1951. E.H. Whitaker. London M.A. 1952.
A comparative study of secondary education in England and France in the 19th century. G.W.H. Cobby. London M.A. 1956.
The influence of 1848 on education. Olive W. Sinclair. London M.A. 1916.
Political economy and laissez faire, 1848–93. Joan E. Slater. London M.Sc. 1951.
The policy of Great Britain with reference to the continental revolutions of 1848–9. C.F. Strong. London M.A. 1921.
The European Powers and the question of the Hungarian refugees of 1849. Y.T. Kurat. London Ph.D. 1958.
The Black Sea question during the Crimean War. I.F.D. Morrow. Cambridge Ph.D. 1926/7.
The genesis of the Crimean War. H.E. Howard. London M.A. 1932.
Napoleon III and Russia. A.S. Walker. Birmingham M.A. 1917.
England and the First International 1864–72. H.J. Collins. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.
The German Social Democrats and the First International, 1864–72. R.P. Morgan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1958.
Anti-Semitism in Germany and Austria, 1867–1918. P.G.J. Pulzer. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.
Aspects of a political theory of mass behaviour in the works of H. Taine, G. Le Bon and S. Freud, 1870–1930. J.S. McClelland. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.
Coal production and the growth of industry in the coalfields of north-west Europe in the later 19th century. E.A. Wrigley. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956/7.
Technical change, the labour force and education in the British and German iron and steel industries from 1860. P.W. Musgrave. London Ph.D. 1964.
A study of the relationship between the diplomatic and commercial policies of France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Austria-Hungary, 1871–1914. W. Koren. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.
European alliances and ententes, 1879–85: a study of contemporary British information. Agatha Ramm. London M.A. 1937.
The Russo-German Re-insurance Treaty, 1887–90. G. Lewinson. London Ph.D. 1953.
The financial aspect of the Franco-Russian alliance, 1894–1914. Mrs. Olga Crisp. London Ph.D. 1954.
The Franco-Russian alliance, 1894–1904, with special reference to Great Britain. H.S. Robinson. London Ph.D. 1966.
The Franco-Italian rapprochement, 1898–1902. E.R. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1937.
British and continental labour policy: the political labour movement and labour legislation in England, France and the Scandinavian countries, 1900–20. B.G. de Montgomery. Oxford D.Phil. 1922.
The Anglo-French and Anglo-Belgian military and naval conversations, from the 'Entente' to the Great War. D.C. Wadman. Wales M.A. 1939.
The British attitude to the Second Hague Conference - a study of newspaper opinion in England, 1906–7. R.J. Parry. Wales M.A. 1937.
British policy and opinion and the Second Hague Conference. H.S.W. Corrigan. London M.A. 1934.
The Second International, 1914–23. Mrs. Hildamarie Meynell. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.
French policy and the Russian Revolution, '1917–24. A.C.E. Quainton. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.
Britain, Italy and the Versailles settlement, 1917–22. J.A. Stern. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.
The organisation and procedure of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. F.S. Marston. London Ph.D. 1943.
Parliaments and the peace treaty: a comparative study of the reactions of the British and French parliaments to the treaty of peace of 1919. Bio Ling. London Ph.D. 1938.
The new constitutions of Europe, a comparative study of post-war constitutions, with special reference to Germany, Poland, Czecho-Slovakia, Jugoslavia and the Baltic states. Agnes Headlam Morley. Oxford B.Litt. 1925/6.
German relations with Italy, 1920–32, with special reference to the Danubian region. F.G. Stambrook. London Ph.D. 1960.
Germany's political and military relations with Soviet Russia, 1918–26. G. Freund. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.
German-Russian relations, 1921–34. L.E. Kochan. London Ph.D. 1951.
The search for security (Autumn 1924 - Spring 1926): a study in English and French public opinion. S.R. Cottereau. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.
Franco-Italian relations, 1935–40. P.C. Kent. London M.Sc. 1961.
Franco-Polish relations, 1935–8: a study in policy and opinion. G. Sakwa. London M.Phil. 1968.
The influence of Britain on French and Czechoslovakian policies in the Sudeten crisis, October 1937 to September 30, 1938. Françoise Domergue. London M.Sc. 1967.
The planning of the bombing offensive in the Second World War and its contribution to German collapse. A.N. Frankland. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.
CENTRAL AND SOUTH-EAST EUROPE
The Danube as an international waterway: an historical, political and economic survey. A. Puscariu. Birmingham Ph.D. 1928.
Dubrovnik, 1358-1806: the vicissitudes of an east Adriatic port. F.W. Carter. London M.A. 1967.
The history of the Serbian Church under Turkish rule. P. Yevtić. Oxford B.Litt. 1919.
Stanislaw Orzechowski (1513–66). Halina-Maria Swiderska. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.
A history of commercial relations between Scotland and Poland from 1550 to 1750. E.G. Macdonald. Strathclyde M.Litt. 1970.
The origin, history and character of the pacta conventa of Henri de Valois, king of Poland. P. Skwarczynski. London Ph.D. 1953.
The court of Rudolf II and the culture of Bohemia, 1576–1612. R.J.W. Evans. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
The history of Jewish education in Central Europe from the beginning of the 17th century to 1782 (the edict of toleration issued by Joseph II of Austria). I. Fishman. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1941.
The Czech exiles and the Thirty Years War. W.V. Wallace. London M.A. 1953.
The breakdown of the Anglo-Austrian alliance, 1748–56. Margaret B.B. Cobb. London M.A. 1935.
The career of Prince Kaunitz, Austrian chancellor, 1753–92. M.G. Tucker. Bristol M.A. 1937.
Anglo-Austrian relations during the reign of the Emperor Joseph II. H.F. Schwarz. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.
The role of men of science in the Czech national revival movement, 1790–1848. J.G.F. Druce. London M.A. 1942.
Fear of Jacobinism and the Jacobin trials in Austria. E. Wangermann. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
Anglo-Montenegrin relations, 1803–14. I. Avakumović. London M.A. 1954.
Metternich and the English government from the peace of Schönnbrün (14 October 1809) to Austria's final adherence to the allies (10 August 1813). C.S.B. Buckland. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.
The origins of Anglo-Rumanian relations and the problem of the Russian protectorate in the principalities, 1821–59. R.R.N.A.R. Florescu. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.
The colonisation of the Baragan (S.E. Romania), 1829–1964. T.R. McGlynn. London M.A. 1965.
Eduard von Bauernfeld and Austrian politics, 1830–50. J.D.A. Warren. Bristol M.Litt. 1970.
Polish society and the rebellion of November 1830. R.F. Leslie. London Ph.D. 1951.
Pro-Polish agitation in Great Britain, 1832–67. Mrs. Maria J.E. Copson-Niećko. London Ph.D. 1968.
Count Beust: a study in lost causes. J.F. Embling. Bristol M.A. 1934.
British opinion in regard to Austria (1848–67). Baron D.K.J. von Hirsch. Cambridge Ph.D. 1945.
British policy towards Serbia, 1837–9. S. Pavlowitch. London M.A. 1959.
The international relations of Serbia from 1848 to 1860. Elizabeth F. Malcolm-Smith. Cambridge Ph.D. 1925/6.
The diplomatic relations between England and Serbia from the return of Milos to the death of Michael, 1859–67. E. Frances Robinson. London M.A. 1925.
The antecedents of the 19th-century Hungarian state concept: an historical analysis. L.F. Péter. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
Wielopolski's reforms and the January uprising. Irena M. Roseveare. London M.Phil. 1967.
British public opinion and the Polish insurrection of 1863. K.S. Pasieka. Nottingham M.A. 1956.
Great Britain and the Polish question. W.F.F. Grace. Cambridge Ph.D. 1925.
Anglo-Hungarian economic relations, 1867–1914. Y. Don. London Ph.D. 1961.
Some political parties and party leaders among the German Austrians, 1867–1914. J.C.P. Warren. Sheffield M.A. 1958.
The relations between Great Britain and Austria-Hungary from the rising of Herzegovina to the conference of Constantinople. C.L. Wayper. Cambridge Ph.D. 1949.
Serbia in international politics from the insurrection of Herzegovina (1875) to the Congress of Berlin (1878). M.D. Stojanović. London Ph.D. 1930.
The Bulgarian atrocities agitation: a study in the politics of 'Virtuous Passion', 1876. R.T. Shannon. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.
British policy in south-east Europe, with particular reference to the European Danube Commission, 1878–1904. L.A. Maher. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
The German-Czech national conflict in Bohemia, 1879–93. H.G. Skilling. London Ph.D. 1940.
An analysis of Czech nationalism, 1880–1914, with special reference to T.G. Masaryk. J. Bradley. Cambridge M.Litt. 1960.
The oil industry in Roumania, 1895–1948: a study in the relationship between the Roumanian state and private capital. M.G. Pearton. London Ph.D. 1966.
The emergence of the Macedonian problem and relations between the Balkan states and the Great Powers, 1897–1903. Mrs. Dorothy B. Goodman. London Ph.D. 1955.
Great Britain and the Macedonian question, 1903–8. Mrs. May A. Harben. London M.Sc. 1963.
The diplomatic relations between Great Britain and Austria-Hungary, 1906–12. F.R. Bridge. London Ph.D. 1966.
Count Aehrenthal: a study in the foreign policy of Austria-Hungary, 1906–12. C. Petherick. Bristol M.A. 1936.
Parliamentary government in Habsburg Austria with particular reference to the electoral reform of 1907 and to the parliamentary history of the years 1907–14. J. Clompus. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.
The Friedjung and Vasic trials in the light of the Austrian diplomatic documents, 1909–11. T.V. Gjurgjevic. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.
The economic, military and political background to the entry of Greece into the Balkan Wars. G.S. Georghallides. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
The policy of the Habsburg monarchy towards the Bohemian question, 1913–18. F.B.M. Fowkes. London Ph.D. 1967.
British attitudes towards the Czechoslovak problem, 1914–38, with particular reference to the years 1914–29. M. Le Guillou. Hull M.A. 1963.
The Habsburg monarchy in British policy, 1914–18. W.B. Fest. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
British opinion about the dissolution of the Habsburg monarchy and independence for the Czechs and Slovaks, 1914–18. H.H. Hanak. London M.A. 1958.
The Czechs and the Habsburg monarchy, 1914–18. Z.A.B. Zeman. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.
Monetary reconstruction in Czechoslovakia. S. Konovaloff. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.
The origin and development of the Communist party of Czechoslovakia (until 1938). M.P. Mabey. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.
A history of the Communist party of Bulgaria to 1935. J.A. Rothschild. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.
History of the Communist party of Yugoslavia - an interim study. I. Avakumović. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.
Political aspects of the agrarian problem in Roumania, 1918–45. H.L. Roberts. Oxford D.Phil. 1948.
Relations between Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, 1918–41. D. Shepherd. Durham M.A. 1969.
The struggle between Bolshevism and social democracy in Austria, 1918–20. R.A. Hine. Sussex M.Phil. 1969.
Foreign trade of Poland between 1918 and 1939, with special reference to the trade with Britain. S. Florecki. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1944.
Polish-Ukrainian relations, 1919–39. Z. Sliwowski. Oxford B.Litt. 1947.
The problem of Austria at the Peace Conference, 1919. K.R. Stadler. London M.A. (Ext.) 1952.
Britain and the Polish settlement 1919. F.R. Bryant. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
British policy and the Polish question at the Paris Peace Conference. P. Schofield. Kent M.A. 1969.
Pilsudski and parliament: the crisis of constitutional government in Poland, 1922–31. A.B. Polonsky. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
Germany, Austria, and the Anschluss question, 1929 to 1938. J.D.W. Gehl. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.
The assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia in 1934, and the political background of the crime. G. Cserenyey. London Ph.D. 1954.
Austrian resistance to German rule and the development of Austrian national aspirations, 1938–45. K.R. Stadler. Nottingham Ph.D. 1970.
The Balkans, the Great Powers and the European War, 1939–40. F.O. Marzari. London Ph.D. 1966.
The French invasions of England from the 12th century to the 19th (1101-1860). A.R. Rhys-Pryce. Belfast M.A. 1928.
Histoire générale de la ville de Chauny (Aisne) de sa fondation au commencement de la Troisième République. R.S. Clegg. Leeds M.A. 1939.
The passing of the middle age and the advent of the Renaissance in French art. G.N. Kates. Oxford D.Phil. 1930.
The constitutional history of the French Church, 1438–1682, with special reference to the relations of church and state. F. Streatfeild. Oxford D.Phil. 1921.
The movements of gold and silver money in the economic life of France, 1493–1660. F.C. Spooner. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.
Francis Lambert of Avignon (1487–1530): a study in Reformation origins. R.L. Winters. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1935/6.
The Constable de Bourbon. F.J. Weaver. London M.A. 1906.
The press of Robert Estienne, 1526–50: a historical study. A. Elizabeth Tyler. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.
André Thévet: his work as a geographer. Rachel E. Fowler. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.
Sixteenth-century ideas on the education of women in France. Margaret L.T. Enthoven. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.
Guillaume Rondelet and his circle. Mrs. Ruth G. Lewis, née Morton. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
Some Cambridge contacts with France during Tudor and early Stuart times. T.S. Wyatt. Cambridge M.Litt. 1937/8.
The writings of Florens Wilson in relation to evangelical humanism. M.P.D. Baker-Smith. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.
Some 16th-century French artists having connections with Scotland: the Quesnel family and Jehan Decourt. Sheila M. Percival. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1962.
The diplomatic relations between England and France during the years 1558 to 1564. Millicent Booth. London M.A. 1933.
The secretaries of state in the age of Catherine de Medici. Nicola M. Sutherland. London Ph.D. 1958.
The political theory of the Huguenots from the massacre of St. Bartholomew to the publication of the Vindiciae contra Tyrannos (1579). R.N.C. Hunt. Oxford B.Litt. 1925.
The duc de Mercoeur and the structure of the League in Brittany. B. Taylor. Oxford B.Litt. 1968.
Relations between England and France, 1589–1603. Elsie M. Griffiths. Birmingham M.A. 1921.
The fall of La Rochelle and the revival of the French monarchy. D. Parker. Liverpool Ph.D. 1968.
Sully and the development of a national administration in France, 1598–1610. D.J. Buisseret. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.
Sully - l'homme et son oeuvre d'après Les économies royales. Elsie Westall. Liverpool M.A. 1947.
Religious toleration in the conflict of ideas in 17th-century France. W.J. Stankiewicz. London Ph.D. 1952.
The contribution to 17th-century French culture of the members of the Order of Minims. P.J.S. Whitmore. London Ph.D. 1964.
Edmond Richer and the revival of Gallicanism, 1600–30. D.O. Soper. London Ph.D. 1929.
The embassy of Sir Thomas Edmondes in Paris, 1610–17. Ann Le Vin. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.
The assistance of the poor in Paris and in the northeastern French provinces, 1614–60, with special reference to the letters of S. Vincent de Paul. Elizabeth Archer. London Ph.D. 1936.
Buckingham's influence on England's policy with regard to France (from October 1623). Ella S. Goitein. London M.A. 1926.
The English Republic and the Fronde: diplomacy, sea-war and intervention in Anglo-French relations, 1648–53. H.J. Smith. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.
The financial administration of the French monarchy, 1653–61. J. Dent. London Ph.D. 1965.
Cromwell and Mazarin, 1656 to 1658: an account of the Anglo-French alliance leading to the conquest of Dunkirk. J.A. Williamson. London M.A. 1909.
The influence of Hobbes and Locke in the shaping of the concept of sovereignty in French political thought. I.M. Wilson. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
The relations between England and France during the Great Rebellion: the Civil War. Dorothy A. Bigby. London M.A. 1912.
The problem of Anglo-French commercial rivalry in the reign of Charles II. Margaret A. Priestley. Oxford B.Litt. 1949.
The commercial relations between England and France from 1660 to 1714. Ann Hambrook. London M.Sc. 1928.
The aristocratic opposition to monarchical absolutism in French political thought during the reigns of Louis XIV and Louis XV. V.J. Buranelli. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951.
The political theory of Louis XIV. P.W. Fox. London Ph.D. 1959.
The machinery of repression under Louis XIV and its limitations, with special reference to the repression of the revolt of the Camisards. Esther J. Heap. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1962.
The French Church and the monarchy in the reign of Louis XIV: an administrative study. Mrs. Cynthia A. Dent, née Goulden. London Ph.D. 1967.
The role of the higher aristocracy in France under Louis XIV, with special reference to the 'Faction of the Duke of Burgundy' and the provincial governors. R.C. Mettam. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.
Jean-Baptiste Colbert, marquis de Torcy. Ethel Allerton. Leeds M.A. 1932.
The Oratory in France under Abel Louis de Sainte-Marthe, 1672–96. H.G. Judge. London Ph.D. 1959.
Deistic thought in France, 1675–1745. C.J. Betts. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
A critical examination of Bossuet's attitude on the question of the Gallican Church. V.A.A. Barry. Oxford B.Litt. 1920.
Leclerc et la république des lettres. Annie M. Barnes. Oxford D.Phil. 1935.
Madame de Maintenon. Adeline Crutchley. Birmingham M.A. 1912.
Madame de Maintenon. R.H.D.G. Byrne. Leeds M.A. 1915.
Madame de Maintenon and St. Cyr. H.C. Barnard. London M.A. 1928.
The history of free trade in France during the 18th and 19th century, with special reference to the individual thinkers. Marjorie M. Collinson. Birmingham M.Com. 1944.
The movement for internal free trade in France during the 18th century. J.F. Bosher. London Ph.D. 1957.
Development and evolution of the educational theory and practice of John Baptist de la Salle in the Congregation of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, in France, in the 18th and 19th centuries. W. Moran. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1966.
A social and economic study of the town of Vannes and its region during the 18th century. T.J.A. Le Goff. London Ph.D. 1970.
History of trade relations between Bordeaux and Britain in the 18th century, with special reference to the wine and spirit trade. Annie E. Roberts. Wales M.A. 1926.
Town administration in France in the 18th century, with special reference to a group of towns in the département de l'Yonne. Nora C. Temple. London Ph.D. 1959.
The administrative noblesse of France during the 18th century, with special reference to the intendants of the Généralités. G.J. de C. Mead. London Ph.D. 1954.
Studies in the history and influence of the education of boys at Port Royal and in the older Oratorian colleges of France. W.N. Littlejohns. London M.A. 1948.
Some aspects of the history of Jansenism in the 18th century. H.A.V. Moreton. Durham M.Litt. 1962.
The political academies of France in the early 18th century; with special reference to the Club de l'Entresol, and to its founder the Abbé Pierre-Joseph Alary. E.R. Briggs. Cambridge Ph.D. 1931/2.
The intellectual relations of Lord Bolingbroke with France. D.J. Fletcher. Wales M.A. 1953.
The political role of the Parlement of Paris, 1715–48. J.H. Shennan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.
Critical and historical edition of B.L. de Muralt's Letters describing the Character and Customs of the English and French Nations, 1726, with an introduction and notes. S.C. Gould. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.
Montesquieu's interpretation of religion. J.K. McDonald. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.
The life and ministry of Chauvelin, with particular reference to French foreign policy between 1731 and 1737. A.M. Wilson. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.
A study of the policy of Mahé de la Bourdonnais, 1735–47. P.D. Hollingworth. Durham M.A. 1957.
The factions at the court of Louis XV and the succession to Cardinal Fleury, 1737–45. (With a critical catalogue of 18th-century memoirs.). Evelyn G. Cruickshanks. London Ph.D. 1956.
Luc de Clapiers, marquis de Vauvenargues (1715–47). May G. Wallas. London Ph.D. 1926.
Edmé Bouchardon. Mrs. Nadia Zaki. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
Jean Nicholas Grou (1731–1803): the man and his work. R.C. Pitts. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.
The influence of England on the French 'Agronomes', 1750–89. A.J.M.A. Bourde. Cambridge Ph.D. 1948.
The attack on 'feudalism' in 18th-century French thought. J.Q.C. Mackrell. London Ph.D. 1963.
The educational ideas of the Encyclopaedists. T.J. James. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1946.
L'Abbé Guillaume Francis Raynal: his life and his political influence on the French Revolution. Marguerite C. Flockhart. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.
Atheism and materialism in the French Enlightenment, 1746–78. J.P. Reid. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.
The pays de Bray: a study in land use change, 1750–1965. H.D. Clout. London M.Phil. 1968.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Jacobins. D. Higgins. Sheffield Ph.D. 1952.
The influence and interpretation of the political ideas of Rousseau in France up to 1791. Joan E. Bedale. London Ph.D. 1956.
The study of the thermal properties of gases in relation to physical theory, from Montgolfier to Regnault. R. Fox. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.
Choiseul's foreign policy relative to England. Mrs. Mary J. Clark. Liverpool M.A. 1911.
Turgot, social and economic reformer. Eliza A. Gearing. Liverpool M.A. 1911.
Turgot: intendant of Limoges, 1761–74. D. Dakin. London Ph.D. 1936.
Condorcet and the concept of social science in 18th-century France. K.M. Baker. London Ph.D. 1964.
The social relations of England and France, 1763–93, in connection with their effect on the Revolutionary era. C.H. Lockitt. London M.A. 1911.
The evidence of English visitors on the social and economic conditions of France, 1763–89 (May). J.A.R. Pimlott. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.
The social and economic causes of the decline in the French birth-rate at the end of the 18th century. J.G.C. Blacker. London Ph.D. 1957.
Revolution and evolution: the role of direct action in history, exemplified by the theories of F.N. Babeuf (1760–97), Henri, comte de Saint-Simon (1760–1825) and F.C.M. Fourier (1772–1837). P.E.J. Seltman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.
Henri de Saint-Simon and the idea of organism. Mrs. Barbara A. Haines. Wales Ph.D. 1969.
The Parlementaires of Bordeaux at the end of the 18th century, 1775–90. W. Doyle. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
Trends in radical propaganda on the eve of the French Revolution (1782–8). R.C. Darnton. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.
Anglo-French colonial rivalry, 1783–1815. J.R.W. Gwynne-Timothy. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
The comte de Mirabeau in England, 1784–5. W.R. Fryer. Oxford B.Litt. 1940.
Calonne and the Counter-Revolution, 1787–92. J.A. Johnson. London Ph.D. 1955.
The role of the French bishops in the aristocratic revolt, 1787–8. Barbara A. Luckner. Manchester M.A. 1969.
A social study of the town of Bayeux on the eve of the French Revolution. Olwen H. Hufton. London Ph.D. 1962.
National sentiment in French socialism, 1789–1871. L.S. Edwards. London Ph.D. 1966.
The clerical order on the eve of the French Revolution and its role in the Estates-General, May-June 1789. M.G. Hutt. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.
Administrative study of the implementation of the civil constitution of the clergy in the diocese of Lisieux. Winifred Edington. London Ph.D. 1958.
The noblesse in France in 1789: a study of opinion. B. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1950.
The rural third estate in France in 1789: a study in opinion. A. Davies. Wales M.A. 1939.
The control of education in France during the period 1789 to 1880. A.A.F. Timms. London M.A. 1952.
Education in France during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic era, 1789–1815. E.W. Bishop. London M.A. 1927.
A critical study of the educational activity of the French Revolution. J.G. Worth. Oxford B.Litt. 1921.
'Bourgeois' and 'Bourgeoisie' from 1789 to 1844: a study in the evolution of French political theory. Mrs. Shirley M. Gruner. Durham M.A. 1967.
The reception and reputation of some thinkers of the French Enlightenment in England between 1789 and 1824. S.F. Deane. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
British policy and the problem of monarchy in France, 1789–1802. N.F. Richards. London Ph.D. 1955.
Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution. Ruth E.A. Jones. Wales M.A. 1947.
Popular thought in the French Revolution, 1789–94. R. Miliband. London Ph.D. 1957.
An inquiry into the nature, extent and implications of the socialism of the French Revolution, during the period of the revolutionary government. Joan C. Searle. London Ph.D. 1935.
The concept of fraternity and its place in the French Revolution, 1789–94. P.B. Harris. London Ph.D. 1962.
The annexation policy of the French Revolution, 1789–93. J.P. McLaughlin. London Ph.D. 1951.
The Parisian wage-earning population and the insurrectionary movements of 1789–91. G.F.E. Rudé. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1950.
The clubs and the press: a survey of their role in the development of the French Revolution, October 1789 - September 1791. I.J.G. Macgregor. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1970.
Great debates of the French Revolution: a study and evaluation of the oratory of the Constituent Assembly (May 1789 - September 1791), with special regard to those speeches commonly attributed to Mirabeau. Rosemary Carter. London M.A. 1966.
The idea of the sovereignty of the people, and the constitutional legislation of the French National Assembly, 1789–91. E. Thompson. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1948.
Les Enragés and the French Revolution: an early attempt at practical socialism. R.B. Rose. Manchester M.A. 1953.
A study of Bertrand Barere and the French Revolution. Anne E. Shipley. St. Andrews M.Litt. 1969.
The commune of Paris, 1790–2. J.R. Firth. Leeds M.A. 1913.
Political élites and social conflicts in the Sections of Revolutionary Paris, 1792 - Year III. R.M. Andrews. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The composition and characteristics of the Girondin party in the Convention. M.J. Sydenham. London Ph.D. 1953.
The structure of terrorism in the French provinces in the year II: a case study. C.R. Lucas. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
The administration of the transport service during the war against Revolutionary France, 1793–1802. Mary E.A. Condon. London Ph.D. 1968.
The dechristianisation movement in the French Revolution, 1793–5. R.T.B. Lamb. Wales M.A. 1952.
The relations of the British government with the émigrés and Royalists of western France, 1793–5. Agnes King. London Ph.D. 1931.
Great Britain and the French Royalists from 1794 to 1797. H. Mitchell. London Ph.D. 1954.
The background and outbreak of the Anglo-French War of 1793. J.T. Murley. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.
William Windham and the Counter-Revolution in the north and west of France, 1793–1801. J.R. Taylor. Manchester M.A. 1967.
The revolutionary tribunal at Marseilles and the repression of the Federalist revolt, 1793–4. W. Scott. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
The conflict of ideas between the Gironde and the Montagne as reflected in the press, with particular references to the period February to June 1793. Muriel J. Harrison. Manchester M.A. 1960.
The first Committee of Public Safety, April to July 1793. F.H. Brittenden. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.
The political ideas of Saint-Just, with special reference to the work of the Committee of Public Safety. J.-P. Yang. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.
St. Just: his place in the French Revolution. Lilian P. McCarthy. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.
The life and political career of Couthon. D.S. Bain. Manchester M.A. 1954.
Jean-Baptiste Carrier and the Terror in the Vendée. Elsé H. Carrier. Liverpool M.A. 1915.
Robespierre: the last phase. J.L. Tomlinson. Leeds M.A. 1913.
The organisation and personnel of French central government under the Directory, 1795–9. C.H. Church. London Ph.D. 1963.
British relations with France from the establishment of the Directory to the coup d'état of Fructidor. J.R. Bracken. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.
The French diplomatic service, 1799–1814. E.A.L. Whitcomb. London Ph.D. 1970.
The changing land use of the Sologne in the 19th century. K. Sutton. London M.A. 1967.
The prefecture of Jeanbon Saint-André in the department of Mont-Tonnerre, 1802–13. G.D. Clack. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The contemporary English view of Napoleon. F.J. MacCunn. Oxford B.Litt. 1913.
The changes effected in the character of secondary education in France under Napoleon. H. Armstrong. London M.A. 1939.
Napoleon Bonaparte and the sale of Louisiana to the United States. E.W. Lyon. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.
Madame de Genlis, educationist. Phyllis J. Ward. Cambridge Ph.D. 1933/4.
Charles Fourier's conception of a social science. I.D. Lloyd-Jones. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.
The personnel of French public education, 1809 to 1830: a study of Angers and Paris during the Empire and Restoration. P.M. Pressly. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The personnel of the French Prefectoral Corps under the Restoration, 1814–30. N.J.M. Richardson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.
Liberal political thought in France, 1814–48. P.W.E. Curtin. London Ph.D. 1939.
The political importance of the newspaper press in the French Restoration period, 1814–30. Irene Fozzard. Oxford B.Litt. 1949.
A study of the French banking system, with special reference to the financing of industry and to the French investment policy during the period 1815–1914. C. Fodrio. London Ph.D. 1941.
French political parties and their influence on the foreign policy of France, 1815–30. Katharine E.C. Cox. London M.A. 1956.
The White Terror in the department of the Gard, 1814–21. G. Lewis. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
Anti-Protestant riots and massacres in the department of the Gard and British Nonconformist reactions, 1815–20. G. Lewis. Manchester M.A. 1961.
The ultra-royalist movement at Toulouse under the second Restoration, 1815–30. D.C. Higgs. London Ph.D. 1964.
Conspiracy to overthrow the Bourbon monarch in France, 1815–30. P.W.H. Savigear. Exeter Ph.D. 1969.
The influence of Wellington on the internal politics of France, 1815–18. Alwen I. Jones. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.
The final settlement of French reparations and the evacuation of France in 1818: a study of finance in diplomacy. R.C. Kent. London Ph.D. 1970.
The Revue Britannique, its origins in 1825 and its early history to 1840. Kathleen M. Jones. Wales M.A. 1938.
England and the Bourbon Restoration. Doris Higgins. Liverpool M.A. 1922.
The Revolution of 1830 and the establishment of the Orleanist monarchy in the departments of the Haute-Marne, Côte d'Or, Doubs and Vosges. Pamela M. Cartlidge. London Ph.D. 1966.
Louis Philippe, king of the French. Catherine I. Gavin. Aberdeen M.A. 1931.
Socialism and Romanticism in France, 1830–48. H.J. Hunt. Oxford D.Phil. 1930/1.
The political philosophy of de Tocqueville. Mary Lumby. Leeds M.A. 1921.
The social and political thought of Count Gobineau. M.D. Biddiss. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
Aberdeen and Anglo-French diplomatic relations, 1841–6. J.R. Baldwin. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.
The relations between England and France during the Aberdeen-Guizot ministries, 1841–6. G. Wozencroft. London Ph.D. 1932.
The relations between Louis Napoleon and Great Britain from 1848 to the outbreak of the Crimean War. F.W. Wright. Birmingham M.A. 1925.
British diplomacy and the recognition of Louis Napoleon. Millicent E. Clark. London M.A. 1922.
The Basses-Pyrénées from 1848 to 1870: a study in departmental politics. V. Wright. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1965.
French legitimism and Catholicism from the coup d'état of 1851 until 1865. A.G. Gough. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.
Art and society in mid 19th-century France. J.R. Gilling. Cambridge M.Litt. 1954.
The life and work of Stanislas Lépine. J.G. Couper. Oxford B.Litt. 1963.
The Parliamentarians of the Second Empire in France. T. Zeldin. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.
Some developments in French secondary education during the Second Empire. R.D. Anderson. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.
The Congress policy of Napoleon III. W.F.F. Grace. Liverpool M.A. 1925.
The duc de Persigny, 1808–72. S.B. Barnwell. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.
The character of British relations with France, 1859–65. Mary A. Anderson. London M.A. 1949.
Napoleon III and the panic of 1859. H.G. Fox. Birmingham M.A. 1930.
The annexation of Savoy and Nice by Napoleon III. F.R. Scott. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.
Anglo-French commercial relations, 1860–82. K.B. Clayton. Manchester M.A. 1954.
The isolation of France, 1868–70. J.R. Lester. Birmingham M.A. 1937.
Catholic opinion and the ecclesiastical policy of the government in France (1869–70). J.W. Pickersgill. Oxford B.Litt. 1933.
The political activities of Paul Brousse, 1870–81. D.A.T. Stafford. London Ph.D. 1968.
Anglo-French relations, 1871–1904, with special reference to the problem of Franco-German rivalry. M.H. Jones. Wales M.A. 1938.
The 'Ecole unique' in France: an historical survey of the movement, an appreciation of its aims, with some reference to political and social implications, and an account of the objects hitherto achieved. W.H. Porter. London M.A. 1938.
The Committees (Commissions) in the Chambers of the French parliament (1875 to present time) and their influence on ministerial responsibility. R.K. Gooch. Oxford D.Phil. 1924.
The British attitude towards French colonisation, 1875 to 1887. Mrs. Joan P. Schwitzer. London Ph.D. 1954.
General Boulanger. S.S. Gee. Bristol M.A. 1938.
Agricultural syndicats and interest groups in French politics, 1880–1910. G.R.I. Neave. London Ph.D. 1967.
Education for industry and commerce in French public elementary and secondary schools during the 19th century: some historical and comparative aspects. N.J. Graves. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1964.
Some historical and comparative aspects of the teaching of geography in French public secondary schools during the 19th and 20th centuries. N.J. Graves. London M.A. 1957.
Workers' education in France, 1890 to 1914. T.B. Caldwell. Leeds Ph.D. 1962.
The political career of René Viviani. S.V. Gallup. Oxford B.Litt. 1966.
The foreign policy of Théophile Delcassé to 1905. C.M. Andrew. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.
The diplomatic relations between England and France from 1898 to June 1905: the policy of M. Delcassé and the making of the Anglo-French Entente. E.J. Parry. Wales M.A. 1932.
The development of variety chain-stores in France, 1900–60. Susan P. Thomas. Manchester M.A. 1964.
French Catholics and the question, of the separation of church and state, 1902–6. M.J.M. Larkin. Cambridge Ph.D. 1958.
Anglo-French relations, 1904–6. J.D. Hargreaves. Manchester M.A. 1948.
Background to the Newfoundland clauses of the Anglo-French agreement of 1904. F.F. Thompson. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.
The parliamentary Right in France, 1905–19. M. Anderson. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.
The nationalist revival in France, 1905–14. E.J. Weber. Cambridge M.Litt. 1956.
The relationship of intellectuals to the Communist party in France, 1914–58. J.D. Caute. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.
The political record of Maurice Paléologue. R.P. Ground. Oxford B.Litt. 1962.
A study of the technical education of the French industrial worker since 1918 considered with reference to parallel developments in England and Wales. Phyllis J. Lamb. London M.A. 1965.
The problems of French security, 1918–20, with special reference to the military terms of the western frontier of Germany. W.M. Jordan. London Ph.D. 1940.
The nature and methods of parliamentary control over foreign policy in France since the signature of the treaty of Versailles, 28 June 1919. J. Howard. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.
From Versailles to London: a study of public opinion and Anglo-French relations from the treaty of Versailles to the treaty of London, 1919–24. V.T. Owen. Wales M.A. 1964.
The disintegration of the Cartel des Gauches and the politics of French government finance 1924–8. D.B. Goldey. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.
Recent critiques of the doctrine of the sovereignty, with special reference to the writings of Professor Léon Duguit. W.D. Handcock. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.
The politics of 'moral revolution' in France, 1926–51: a study of Liberal Catholicism. D.L. Lewis. London Ph.D. 1962.
Strategy and diplomacy in France: some aspects of the military factor in the formulation of French foreign policy, 1934–9. R.J. Young. London Ph.D. 1969.
French foreign policy, April 1938 - September 1939, with special reference to the policy of M. Georges Bonnet. A.P. Adamthwaite. Leeds Ph.D. 1966.
Anglo-French relations, May to December 1940. P.M.H. Bell. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.
The debate over defence policy in France, with special reference to nuclear armament, 1945–60. W.M.L. Mendl. London Ph.D. 1966.
Matthias Grünewald. C. Mitchell. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.
The theology of Wolfgang Musculus, 1497–1563. R.B. Ives. Manchester Ph.D. 1965.
John Sturm: a pioneer of secondary education. J. Harvey. Glasgow Ph.D. 1926.
The Liturgia Sacra and Professio Fidei Catholicae of Valerandus Pollanus (Valérand Poullain), first minister of the Reformed Church at Frankfort, 1554: transcribed and translated, with a historical introduction and notes. J. Gordon. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1928.
Humanism in the universities of Freiburg im Breisgau, Ingolstadt and Tübingen, 1485–1520. T.G. Heath. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
The Scottish abbey in Würzburg, 1595–1696. G.M. Dilworth. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1968.
The political relations between England and Germany during the Thirty Years War, with an introductory chapter on their relations between 1603 and 1618. E.A. Beller. Oxford D.Phil. 1923.
Anglo-Palatine relations, 1612–32. J.M. Dennis. Liverpool Ph.D. 1967.
North-west Germany, Lippe and the Empire in early modern times. G. Benecke. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1970.
The imperial supreme judicial authority under the Emperor Charles VI and the crises in Mecklenburg and East Frisia. M. Hughes. London Ph.D. 1969.
Field-Marshal Maximilian von Browne, 1705–57. C.J. Duffy. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.
The Dunkers: their origins, migrations, doctrines and development. J.T. Peters. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1942.
The international legal relations between Great Britain and Hanover, 1714–1837. I.B. Campbell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.
Enlightened absolutism and revolution in the electorate of Mainz, 1743–93. T.C.W. Blanning. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.
Hans David Ludwig von York and the development of Prussian light infantry, 1786–1812. P. Paret. London Ph.D. 1960.
The intellectual development of Wilhelm von Humboldt to 1809. R.E. Goldsmith. Oxford B.Litt. 1968.
Wilhelm von Humbold's ideas on education and his practice of them in the service of the Prussian state. E. Ashmore. Sheffield M.A. 1958.
Heinrich von Kleist's participation in the political movements of the years 1805–9. R. Samuel. Cambridge Ph.D. 1937/8.
Aspects of the changing patterns of population in Bavaria. L. James. London Ph.D. 1967.
Humanism in German secondary education: an attempt to trace its influence in the 19th and 20th centuries. L.P. de la Perrelle. London Ph.D. 1940.
The grain trade between England and Germany, 1815–70. H.G. Arnold. Manchester M.A. 1930.
Anglo-German trade, 1815–53. Hilda E. Fitter. London M.A. 1962.
Heinrich Luden and the origins of the German nationalist movement. W.E. Brown. Birmingham M.A. 1929.
Johann Gottlieb Fichte and the genesis of the nationalist movement in Germany. C.J. Child. Birmingham M.A. 1934.
The development of the consciousness of German nationality in Schleswig-Holstein, 1815–48. W. Carr. Sheffield Ph.D. 1955.
British attitudes to the Schleswig-Holstein question, 1848–50. S.H. Short. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1969.
Wilhelm Roscher: his life and works. W.D.D. Brewer. Birmingham M.Com. 1924.
The Ruhr: an economic survey from the eighteen-forties up to present times. J.S. Dugdale. Liverpool M.A. 1955.
British policy towards German unification 1848–51: from the March Revolution to the Dresden Conferences. G.G.M. Gillessen. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.
The influence of American ideas at Frankfurt-am-Main, 1848–9. J.A. Hawgood. London M.A. 1928.
Working-class associations in the German revolutions of 1848–9. P.H. Noyes. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.
Policy of Baron von Holstein. M.P. Hornik. Oxford D.Phil. 1942.
Bavaria and modern Germany. A.M. Brown. Durham Ph.D. 1935.
Austro-British relations, 1863–6, with special reference to the German question. Nancy E.V. Smith. London M.A. 1935.
Tirpitz and the birth of the German battle fleet. J. Steinberg. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.
The political career and influence of Georg, Ritter von Schönerer. J.C.P. Warren. London Ph.D. 1963.
British Germanophiles, 1870–1914. G. Hollenberg. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.
The theory of sovereignty in Germany from 1871 to 1921. R. Emerson. London Ph.D. 1927.
The role of military and naval attachés in the British and German service, with particular reference to those in Berlin and London and their effect on Anglo-German relations, 1871–1914. L.W. Hilbert. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.
Real wages in Germany, 1871–1913. A.V. Desai. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.
Bismarck and the press: the example of the National Liberals, 1871–84. R.H. Keyserlingk. London Ph.D. 1965.
Anglo-German relations, 1871–8. Maria D. Zier. London M.Sc. 1966.
Lord Odo Russell as British ambassador in Berlin, 1872–8. Winifred A. Taffs. London Ph.D. 1932.
The rise and decline of the German Social Democratic party. N. Herman. Sheffield M.A. 1949.
The social policy of Bismarck. Annie Ashley. Birmingham M.A. 1912.
The foreign policy of Bismarck from the Congress of Berlin until the initiation of the negotiations for the Dreikaiserbund, 1878–80. B. Waller. London Ph.D. 1963.
Arnim and Bismarck. G.O. Kent. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.
The British attitude to German colonial development, 1880–5. Margaret Adams. London M.A. 1935.
The Anglo-German 'colonial marriage', 1885–94. R.J.P. Bünemann. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.
Political attitudes in German universities during the reign of Wilhelm II. G.M. Schwarz. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.
Lord Salisbury's foreign policy, 1888–92, with special reference to Anglo-German relations. D.R. Gillard. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1952.
The cultural, commercial and political relations between the State of Hamburg and Great Britain from 1890 to 1914. O.J.M. Jolles. Wales M.A. 1938.
The German officer corps, 1890–1914. J.M. Kitchen. London Ph.D. 1966.
The Kolonialrat, its significance and influence on German politics, 1890–1906. H.J.O. Pogge von Strandmann. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The search for new forms of government in Germany after Bismarck's fall, 1890–6. J.C.G. Röhl. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.
The evolution of British public opinion with regard to Germany, as reflected in the press and journals of opinion between 1895 and 1903. R.E. Houseman. London M.A. 1934.
Germany and Zionism, 1897–1917. I. Friedman. London Ph.D. 1964.
The Anglo-German conventions of 1898 and their position in Anglo-German relations. P.M. Ridd. Bristol M.A. 1932.
Anglo-German diplomatic relations between 1898 and 1904. A.S. Trickett. Manchester Ph.D. 1935.
The diplomatic relations between England and Germany, 1898–1902. S.E. Lewis. London M.A. 1930.
Left-wing Liberalism in Germany, 1900–19. S.T. Robson. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
The development of British military planning for a war against Germany, 1904–14. N.W. Summerton. London Ph.D. 1970.
Some aspects of the Anglo-German naval rivalry to 1914. M. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1968.
Clausewitz and Schlieffen: a study of the impact of their theories on the German conduct of the 1914–18 and 1939–45 Wars. J.L. Wallach. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.
German diplomacy and peace negotiations: August 1914 - November 1917. L.L. Farrar. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.
The Independent Social Democratic party and the German Revolution, 1917–20. A.J. Ryder. London Ph.D. 1958.
The German Independent Social Democratic party, 1918–22. D.W. Morgan. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
The German democratic press and the collapse of Weimar democracy. M. Eksteins. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
'Der Stahlhelm, Bund der Frontsoldaten', 1918–35. V.R. Berghahn. London Ph.D. 1964.
The political attitudes of the German Protestant Church leadership, November 1918 to July 1933. J.R.C. Wright. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
America and the Weimar Republic: a study of the causes and effects of American policy and action in respect to Germany, 1918–25. J.M. Hester. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.
The German Communist movement, 1918–23. N.B. Blumberg. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.
Patterns of intra-Western European trade, 1919–39, with special reference to Britain and Germany. H.C. Smith. Edinburgh M.Sc. 1970.
Official German attitudes and policies towards Danzig, 1919–34. C.M. Kimmich. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.
The influence of the multi-party system on representative government in Germany under the Weimar constitution (1919–30). C.H. Jepsen. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
Central and local government in Germany, with reference to the Weimar constitution of 1919. D.A. Worgan. Wales M.A. 1932.
The influence of Swiss theory and practice on the Weimar constitution, 1919. R.D. Milne. London M.A. 1934.
The foreign policy of Poincaré - France and Great Britain in relation with the German problem (1919–24). J.E.L. Loyrette. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.
Britain's relations with France, with special reference to the German problem, 1919–21. J. Onek. London M.A. 1964.
German policy towards the Baltic states of Estonia and Latvia, 1920–6. J.w. Hiden. London Ph.D. 1970.
German foreign policy between East and West, 1921–6. Eleonore C.M. Breuning. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
The N.S.D.A.P. in lower Saxony, 1921–33: a study of National Socialist organisation and propaganda. J.D. Noakes. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
Combination in German industries, 1924–8. Doreen Warriner. London Ph.D. 1930.
The National Socialist party in southern Bavaria, 1925–33: a study of its development in a predominantly Roman Catholic area. G.F.M. Pridham. London Ph.D. 1969.
A critical examination of the German delegation's policy at the World Disarmament Conference, 1932. P.S. Bagwell. London Ph.D. 1950.
Ernst Jünger and the National Bolshevists. D.C.K. Jones. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.
The political journalism of Carl von Ossietzky. Mrs. Jean F. Pritchard, formerly Thomas. Cambridge M.Litt. 1970.
Class and status in the Third Reich. D.L. Schoenbaum. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.
The impact of the United States on German foreign policy, 1933–41. J.V. Compton. London Ph.D. 1964.
The relationship between the German army and the Nazi party 1933–9. R.J. O'Neill. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.
British government policies towards refugees from the Third Reich, 1933–9. A.J. Sherman. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
German public opinion and Hitler's policies, 1933–9. A.R. Wells. Durham M.A. 1968.
England and the nature of the Nazi regime: a critical assessment of British opinion, 1933–9. H.B. Gotlieb. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
The British press and Germany, 1936–9. F.R. Gannon. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
German foreign policy, 1937–9. J.S. Conway. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.
The German settlement of the 'incorporated territories' of the Wartheland and Danzig-West Prussia, 1939–45. W.C. Wiseley. London Ph.D. 1955.
German planning for an invasion of Great Britain, 1939–42. R.R.A. Wheatley. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.
The armaments industry in the German economy in the Second World War. A.S. Milward. London Ph.D. 1960.
GREECE AND GREEK ISLANDS
Cyril Lucaris, his life and work. G.A. Hadjiantoniou. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1948.
The light thrown by the Klephtic ballads on the history of Greece in the period (1715 to 1821) before the War of Independence. J.W. Baggally. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.
British occupation of the Ionian Islands, 1815–64. S.F. Markham. Oxford B.Litt. 1926.
The Ionian Islands under British administration, 1815–64. J.J. Tumelty. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.
The Ionian Islands under the administration of Sir Thomas Maitland, 1816–24. B.R. Pearn. London M.A. 1924.
The administration of Colonel Charles James Napier in the island of Cefalonia, 1822–30. Audrey H. Heron. London M.A. 1952.
The campaign of the Roumeliot chieftains in western Greece under General Church, 1827–9. Mrs. Domna Dontas. London M.A. 1957.
The relations of Count Capodistrias, president of Greece, with the Conference of London, 1828–31. D.C. Fleming. London M.A. 1958.
British policy in Greece, 1832–43. L.J. Agourides. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.
British policy towards the change of dynasty in Greece in the years 1862–3. E. Prevelakis. Oxford B.Litt. 1949.
The policy of the European powers towards Greece, 1863–75. Mrs. Domna Dontas. London Ph.D. 1964.
A study of the official and unofficial relations between Greece and Turkey from the armistice of Mudros to the present day. E.L.B. Curtis. London M.Sc. 1933.
Politics and propaganda under Giovanni II Bentivoglio. R.D.H. Gardner. Oxford B.Litt. 1963.
Biblical humanism and Catholic reform: a study of Renaissance philology and New Testament criticism from Laurentius Valla to Pietro Martire Vermigli. M.W. Anderson. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1964.
The Lodi dynasty, 1451–1526. S.A. Shere. London M.A. 1934.
Egidio da Viterbo, 1469–1518: a study in Renaissance and reform history. F.X. Martin. Cambridge Ph.D. 1959.
Francesco Vettori: his place in Florentine diplomacy and politics. Rosemary J.F. Hughes. London Ph.D. 1958.
The development of the institutions of public finance at Florence during the last sixty years of the Republic, c. 1470–1530. L.F. Marks. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.
The financial policy of the Florentine Republic, 1494–1512. L.F. Marks. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.
The commercial development of Ancona, 1479–1551. P. Earle. London Ph.D. 1969.
The last period of the Sienese Republic (1487–1552), with particular reference to the ascendancy of the Petrucci family. D.F. Corcos. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.
Politics and society in Perugia, 1488–1540. C.F. Black. Oxford B.Litt. 1967.
Filippo de' Nerli, 1485–1556: politician, administrator and historian. Mrs. Kathryn V. Brown, née Underhill. London Ph.D. 1968.
The diplomatic career of Machiavelli. G.A. Brucker. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.
The grand tour in Italy in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Elizabeth M. Hutton. Cambridge Ph.D. 1936/7.
Studies in the religious life of Venice in the 16th and early 17th centuries: the Venetian clergy and religious orders, 1520–1630. O.M.T. Logan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.
The service of the Scuole Grandi to the state and people of Venice in the 16th and early 17th centuries. B.S. Pullan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.
The effect of the religious Reformation in Italy between 1520 and 1550. G.K. Brown. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1930/1.
Reginald Pole and the evangelical religion: some problems of Italian Christian humanism in the early Counter-Reformation. D.B. Fenlon. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.
The sack of Rome, 1527. Mrs. Judith A. Hook. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1970.
The last Florentine Republic: 1527 to the fall of Niccoló Capponi. C. Roth. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.
The last Florentine Republic, 1527–30. C. Roth. Oxford D.Phil. 1924.
Anglo-Italian trade from the reign of Elizabeth to the French Revolution, with special reference to the port of Leghorn. Elizabeth R. Poyser. Cambridge M.Litt. 1951.
Piero Soderini, gonfaloniere a vita of Florence, 1502–12. Roslyn L. Cooper. London Ph.D. 1965.
Daniele Barbaro, patriarch elect of Aquileia, with special reference to his circle of scholars and to his literary achievement. P.J. Laven. London Ph.D. 1957.
The family and early life of Sextus V. W.T. Selley. Bristol M.A. 1934.
The Pallavicini and Spinole in their relations to the Elizabethan government. G.W. Stafford. Manchester M.A. 1924.
Italian financiers of the 15th and 16th centuries, with special reference to Pallavicino and Spinola and their share in Elizabethan finance. Bertha Hall. London M.Sc. 1928.
The intellectual status of women in Italy in the later 16th century, with special reference to treatises on women and the position of women in literary academies. C.F. Fahy. Manchester Ph.D. 1954.
The relations between James VI and I and Carlo Emanuele I, duke of Savoy. J. Thompson. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1941.
The economy of certain Piedmontese noble families in the reign of Victor Amadeus II. S.J. Woolf. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.
Anglo-Florentine cultural relations in the second half of the 18th century. B. Moloney. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.
Bishop Scipio dei Ricci and the synod of Pistoia: a critical survey. C.A. Bolton. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.
Francesco Melzi d'Eril: an Italian statesman, 1796–1805. J. M. Roberts. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
The educational work and thought of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati (1797–1855), with special reference to his minor works. P.K. O'Leary. Belfast M.A. 1959.
The educational work of John Bosco (1815–88). J. Kilcullen. Belfast M.A. 1959.
Palmerston and the dawn of Italian independence, 1830–51. C.F. Strong. London Ph.D. 1925.
Carlo Cattaneo and his interpretation of the Milanese insurrection of 1848. R.G. Murray. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.
The influence of the Italian question on Anglo-French relations, 1856–60, from the treaty of Paris to the annexation of Savoy and Nice. H.M. Vincent. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.
British public opinion and the Italian Risorgimento, with special reference to the period 1859–61. D.F. Mackay. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.
The Italian question and English politics, 1859–60. D.E.D. Beales. Cambridge Ph.D. 1957.
The influence of English diplomacy on Italy. V. Eleanor L. Doorly. London M.A. 1912.
Tuscany and the Italian Risorgimento, 1859–60. F.J. Skinner. London M.A. 1921.
Anglo-Italian economic relations, 1861–83. P. Bolchini. London Ph.D. 1967.
Great Britain and the Roman question. Elizabeth M. Wiskemann. Cambridge M.Litt. 1927/8.
The foreign policy of Baron Ricasoli, 1861–2. J.R. Whittam. London Ph.D. 1968.
British policy in the Italian question, 1866–71. H.E. Priestley. London Ph.D. 1931.
The distribution of industry and settlement in the Milan area, with special reference to population changes since 1880. J.P. Cole. Nottingham Ph.D. 1961.
Anglo-Italian relations, 1887–96. C.J. Lowe. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1959.
The traditional friendship: a study of British foreign policy towards Italy, 1902–15. R.J.B. Bosworth. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.
Italy 1914–15: from neutrality to intervention. R. Pryce. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.
Fiume as a problem in Anglo-Italian relations, 1915–20. S.G. Doree. London Ph.D. 1969.
Factory councils and the Italian labour movement, 1916–21. M.N. Clark. London Ph.D. 1966.
Italy's Austrian heritage, 1918–46. D.I. Rusinow. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.
Pre-Fascist Italy: the rise and fall of the parliamentary régime. Margot Hentze. London Ph.D. 1938.
The problem of regionalism in Italy: its historical background and present constitutional importance. B. Chapman. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.
Historical development of towns in the Netherlands. G.L. Burke. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1951.
Nicolai Clenardi epistolae. L.J.F. Welton. Liverpool Ph.D. 1935.
The administration of the earl of Leicester in the United Provinces. Lilian A. Hodgkinson. Liverpool M.A. 1925.
The earl of Leicester's governorship of the Netherlands, 1586–7. Frederika G. Oosterhoff. London Ph.D. 1967.
The rise of the Dutch East India Company. F.J. Tickner. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.
The royal palace at Amsterdam: an introduction to the city's 17th-century town hall and the sources of information concerning it. Katherine D.H. Fremantle. London Ph.D. 1956.
Relations between England and Flanders, 1603–18. Nancy Applegate. Leeds M.A. 1948.
The Rotterdam patriciate, 1650–72. J.L. Price. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1969.
The First Dutch Wars, 1652–4. A.C. Dewar. Oxford B.Litt. 1916.
The British attitude, public and official, to the Dutch alliance during the War of the Spanish Succession. D.S. Coombs. London Ph.D. 1953.
The Dutch barrier, 1709–19. Isabel A. Morison. London Ph.D. 1929.
Diplomatic relations between Great Britain and the Dutch Republic, 1714–21. Ragnhild M.R.H. Hatton. London Ph.D. 1947.
The study of Politica in the Netherlands in the early 18th century. C.R. Emery. London Ph.D. 1967.
The Anglo-French struggle for the control of Dutch foreign policy, 1755–63. Mrs. Alice M.C. Carter, née Le Mesurier. London M.A. 1933.
England and the establishment of the kingdom of the Netherlands, 1813–16. G. Renier. London Ph.D. 1929.
Great Britain and the Scheldt, 1814–39. S.T. Bindoff. London M.A. 1933.
Free trade and protection in the Netherlands, 1819–25. H.R.C. Wright. Cambridge Ph.D. 1948.
Technological education in Belgium, 1830–1914. R.S. Betts. London M.Phil. 1968.
Anglo-Belgian relations, and their influence on British foreign policy in general, 1833–9. Norah P. Righton. London M.A. 1927.
The development of the Dutch political party system, 1848–1901. H.H. Ginsburg. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.
Population movements in Luxembourg between 1861 and 1964. Kathleen M. Griffin. Nottingham M.A. 1966.
The policies of Stanley, Granville and Gladstone towards Luxemburg, Belgium and Alsace-Lorraine, 1867–71. M.R.D. Foot. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.
The Luxemburg crisis of 1867, with special reference to British policy. G.A. Craig. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.
British policy towards Belgium from the Armistice to the fall of Lloyd George. Sally J. Marks. London Ph.D. 1968.
MEDITERRANEAN AND ISLANDS
The changing landscape of Malta during the rule of the order of St. John of Jerusalem, 1530–1798. B.W. Blouet. Hull Ph.D. 1964.
The fortification of Malta by the knights of St. John, 1530–1798. Mrs. Alison M. Hoppen, née Buchan. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1970.
The architecture of Malta during the period of the knights of St. John of Jerusalem, 1530–1798. J.Q. Hughes. Leeds Ph.D. 1952.
Factors, historical and geographical, which have affected the location and development of the town of Leucosia (Nicosia), Cyprus. F.S. Maratheftis. Bristol M.A. 1958.
The origins and development of the Royal University of Malta. E.W.N. Roe. London M.A. (Ext.) 1958.
Cyprus under the Turks, 1571–8. H.C. Luke. Oxford B.Litt. 1919.
British diplomatic relations with the Mediterranean, 1763–78. M.S. Anderson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1952.
Trends in the economic geography of Malta since 1800. W.H. Charlton. Durham Ph.D. 1960.
Education in the Maltese Islands, 1800–1966. E.L. Galea. Southampton M.Phil. 1969.
British strategy in the Mediterranean, 1803–10. P.G. Mackesy. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
Minorca under British rule. Ella Murdie. London M.A. 1931.
Lord William Bentinck and the British occupation of Sicily, 1811–14. G.A. Rosselli. Cambridge Ph.D. 1952.
The colonial administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland. C.W. Dixon. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.
Malta as a British colony, 1824–51. Hilda I. Lee. London M.A. 1949.
Maltese emigration 1826–85: an analysis and a survey. C.A. Price. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.
The foreign policy of Charles Albert (1848–9), with special reference to England. J.P.H. Myres. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.
Anglo-Sardinian relations, January 1859 - March 1860. Mildred Whibley. London M.A. 1923.
The economic geography of Cyprus, 1878–1960. F.S. Walmsley. Liverpool M.A. 1963/4.
The contribution of the Christian Orthodox Church of Cyprus to Cyprus education from 1878 to 1959. P.K. Persianis. London M.A. 1961.
Education in Cyprus under the British administration, 1878–1958. A.K. Kouros. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1959.
RUSSIA AND THE U.S.S.R.
The history of the conflict between the 'Possessors' and the 'Non-Possessors' in Russia and its reflexion in the literature of the period - the end of the 15th century and the first half of the 16th century. J.L.I. Fennell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951.
Old Russian diplomatic vocabulary: a study based on the documents of the Posol'skiy Prikaz relating to the Holy Roman Empire, 1488–1699. Sunray C. Gardiner. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1965.
Economic relations between England and Russia in the 16th century. Mildred W. Smith. Wales M.A. 1918.
The fall of Shaikh Ahmed Khan and the fate of the people of the Great Horde, 1500–4. L.J.D. Collins. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1970.
Maxim the Greek and the intellectual movements of Muscovy. J.V. Haney. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The historical geography of Western Belorussia, 1550–1600. R.A. French. London Ph.D. 1968.
The Russia Company. Gwen M. Posnette. Birmingham M.A. 1919.
The policy and activities of the Muscovy Company in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Mildred Wretts-Smith. London M.Sc. 1920.
The archpriest Avvakum and his Scottish contemporaries. Catherine B.H. Cant. London M.A. 1959.
The patriarch Nicon and the Russian Church. C.L. Graves. Oxford B.Litt. 1966.
The origin and early history of the theatre in Russia, 1672–1756. Bertha Malnick. London Ph.D. 1936.
A survey of the stage in Russia from 1741 to 1783, with special reference to the development of the Russian theatre. M.A.S. Burgess. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.
The church reform of Peter the Great, with special reference to the Ecclesiastical Regulation of 1721. J.E. Cracraft. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
The place of Russia in British foreign policy, 1748–56. J.R.J. Gwyn. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.
St. Tikhon of Voronezh. Mrs. Nadejda Gorodetzky. Oxford D.Phil. 1944.
The Russian nobility and the legislative commission of 1767. P. Dukes. London Ph.D. 1964.
Anglo-Russian relations during the War of American Independence, 1778–83. Isabel M. de Madariaga. London Ph.D. 1959.
Development of Pan-Slavist thought in Russia (from Karamzin to Danilevski, 1800–70). F.L. Fadner. London Ph.D. 1949.
History of Russian educational policy, 1801–1917. N. Hans. London Ph.D. 1926.
The secret committee and reforms of 1801–3 in Russia. Olga A. Narkiewicz. Manchester M.A. 1964.
Alexander Herzen: a study of his years in Russia, 1812–47. Monica A. Partridge. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1953.
The Romantic movement in Russia. L. Segal. Birmingham M.A. 1919.
Russia and the West in the teaching of the Slavophiles: a study of a Romantic ideology. N.V. Riasanovsky. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.
The Anglo-Russian grain trade, 1815–61. Mrs. Susan E.Fairlie. London Ph.D. 1959.
The Third Department: an examination of the establishment and practices of the political police in the Russia of Nicholas I. P.S. Squire. Cambridge Ph.D. 1958.
Great Britain, Russia, and the Eastern question, 1832–41. G.H. Bolsover. London Ph.D. 1933.
British conceptions of Russia and Russian policy, 1837–41. J.H. Gleason. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.
The relations between Great Britain and Russia from 1848 to 1856. A.R. Cooke. Birmingham M.A. 1920.
The industrial geography of St. Petersburg, 1850–1914. J.H. Bater. London Ph.D. 1969.
A study of the Russian 'reactionary' writers in the second half of the 19th century. K.R.S. Tidmarsh. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.
British views of Russia during the period of reform, 1856–66. Mrs. Catherine K. Marshall. London M.A. 1963.
A critical survey of the Narodnik movement, 1861–81. Anne I.S. Branfoot. London Ph.D. 1926.
Social thought in the writings of Konstantin D. Ushinski. S. Ziring. London Ph.D. 1965.
N.K. Mikhailovsky and Russian radical thought in the final third of the 19th century. J.H. Billington. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.
The relations between Great Britain and Russia, 1870–99. A.E. Jones. Birmingham M.A. 1917.
The reactions of England and the Great Powers to the remilitarisation of the Black Sea by Russia, 1870–1. J.H. Laws. Wales M.A. 1962.
The Jewish question in the district of Wilno in 1880–1914. H.M. Winawer. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.
Anglo-Russian relations, 1880–1907. D.W. Anthony. Wales M.A. 1952.
Russian economic development, 1881–1914, with special reference to the railways and the role of government. B.E. Hurt. London Ph.D. 1963.
Peasant colonisation of Siberia: a study of the growth of Russian rural society in Siberia, with particular emphasis on the years 1890 to 1918. H.J. Ellison. London Ph.D. 1955.
Movements for Anglo-Russian reconciliation and alliance from March 1890 to December 1903. H.H. Page. Birmingham M.A. 1933.
Socialism and Jewish nationalism in Russia, 1892–1907. J. Frankel. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.
'Legal Marxism' in Russia. R.K. Kindersley. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956/7.
Lord Salisbury's attempts to reach an understanding with Russia, June 1895 - November 1900. A.W. Palmer. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.
The Jewish Bund and the Russian Social-Democratic party 1897–1903/5. H. Shukman. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.
The development of social-democracy in Russia, 1898–1907. J.L.H. Keep. London Ph.D. 1954.
The social composition, structure and activity of Russian Social Democratic groups, 1898–1907. D.S. Lane. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.
Julius Martov: his role and place in Russian social democracy. I. Getzler. London Ph.D. 1965.
The growth and interrelations of political groups and parties in Russia, 1898 - May 1906. D.W. Treadgold. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.
The legal trade union movement in Russia - the police socialism (1898–1903). D. Pospielovsky. London M.Phil. 1967.
The economics of Russian farming, with particular reference to the years 1900–16. G.A. Pavlovsky. London Ph.D. 1929.
Anglo-Russian relations and the formation of the Anglo-Russian agreement, 1903–7. A.W. Hopkins. Wales M.A. 1937.
The British labour movement and its policy towards Russia from the first Russian Revolution until the treaty of Locarno. G.A. Ritter. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.
The Liberation movement and its role in the first Russian Revolution. S. Galai. London Ph.D. 1967.
The rise of the Constitutional-Democratic party in Russia, 1904–6. P.W. Enticott. London M.Phil. 1968.
The Right radical movement in Russia, 1905–17. E.R. Zimmermann. London Ph.D. 1968.
The Octobrists in Russian politics, 1905–17. J.F. Hutchinson. London Ph.D. 1966.
The economic development of Russia from 1905 to 1914, with special reference to trade, industry and finance. Margaret S. Miller. London Ph.D. 1925.
A political evaluation of P.A. Stolypin, 1906–11. G.B. Tokmakoff. London Ph.D. 1963.
The Russian peasant movement, 1906–17. L.A. Owen. London Ph.D. 1933.
The socio-economic mobility of the Russian peasantry, 1910–25, and the political sociology of rural society. T. Shanin. Birmingham Ph.D. 1969.
Government and Duma in Russia (1907–14). G.A. Hosking. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.
British intervention in Russia, November 1917 to February 1920: a study in the making of foreign policy. R.H. Ullman. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.
The United States and the Russian provisional government: the special diplomatic mission to Russia in the summer of 1917. J.G.K. Tengey. Aberdeen M.Litt. 1969.
The development of the Soviet budgetary system, 1917–41. R.W. Davies. Birmingham Ph.D. 1955.
The foreign policy of Soviet Russia in Europe, 1917–39. E. Bogomas. London M.Sc. 1945.
Soviet Russia's policy towards India and its effect on Anglo-Soviet relations, 1917–28. Z. Imam. London Ph.D. 1964.
Lenin's foreign policy, 1917–22: ideology or national interest? R. Gregor. London Ph.D. 1966.
L.D. Trotsky and the economics of Soviet isolation. R.B. Day. London Ph.D. 1970.
The East Karelian autonomy question in Finnish-Soviet relations, 1917–22. S. Churchill. London Ph.D. 1967.
The commissariat of education under Lunacharsky (1917–21). Mrs. Sheila M. Bruce, née Fitzpatrick. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.
Paul Milyukov and the Constitutional Democratic party. F.J. Piotrow. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.
The Russian peasant and the failure of rural government, March-October 1917. R.P. Bonine. London Ph.D. 1960.
The formation of the ruling class in Soviet society. S.Utechin. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.
The organisation of Soviet youth: a history of the All-Union Leninist Communist League of Youth (Komsomol). S.I. Ploss. London Ph.D. 1957.
The hetmanate of P.P. Skoropadsky in the Ukraine in 1918. Valentina Woropay. London M.A. 1959.
Nationality policy and nationalism in the Soviet Ukraine, 1920–9. W. Mykula. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.
Anglo-Soviet trade relations, 1920–3. A.M. Martin. Manchester M.A. 1969/70.
Problems of rural and industrial administration in the Soviet Union, 1923–7. Olga A. Narkiewicz. Manchester Ph.D. 1968.
The Russian village community, 1925–30. D.J. Male. Birmingham M.Com. 1967.
British policy towards the U.S.S.R. and the onset of the Second World War: March 1938 - August 1939. S. Aster. London Ph.D. 1969.
For Russia in Asia see under CENTRAL ASIA
SCANDINAVIA AND FINLAND
Dr. Johannes Macchabaeus - John MacAlpin: Scotland's contribution to the Reformation in Denmark. M.A.F. Bredahl Petersen. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1937.
The Counter-Reformation in Sweden. C.J.A. Oppermann. London M.A. 1922.
The overseas trade of Scotland, with particular reference to the Baltic and Scandinavian trades, 1660–1707. T.C. Smout. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.
The position of England towards the Baltic Powers -i.e. Denmark and Sweden, including the Hanse towns - 1689–97. Margery Lane. London M.A. 1911.
Marriage and population growth in Norway, 1735–1865. K.M. Drake. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.
Anglo-Scandinavian economic and diplomatic relations, 1755–63. H.S.K. Kent. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.
Agricultural ideas and practice and social conditions in Denmark, 1756–86. Mrs. Norma Heigham. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.
Plans for agrarian reform in Denmark (1767–72). Mrs. Norma Heigham. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.
Changes in Icelandic social structure since the end of the 18th century, with particular reference to trends in social mobility. J. Nordal. London Ph.D. 1954.
Finland and Britain, 1854–1914. G.E. Maude. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1970.
The economic geography of the Norrbotten iron ore mining industry. E.A. Smith. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1967.
A commercial geography of the port of Piteå from 1860 to the present day. I.G. Layton. London M.A. 1968.
Sweden: parliamentary development, 1866–1921. D.V. Verney. Liverpool Ph.D. 1953/4.
Norway's relations with belligerent powers in the First World War. O. Riste. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
New evidence for the study of the historical geography of Galatia. I.W. MacPherson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1959.
The revival of the Roman triumphal procession in Europe, and the history of the royal entry in Spain prior to 1600. C.A. Marsden. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.
Castles of Castilian seigneurial type built in the 15th and 16th centuries. A.E.W. Cooper. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.
The revolt of the comuneros in Castile, 1520–1. P. Byrne. Newcastle M.Litt. 1967.
Education and the state in Habsburg Spain. R.L. Kagan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
Anglo-Spanish trade in the early Tudor period. G.E. Connell-Smith. London Ph.D. 1950.
The government of Sicily under Philip II of Spain: a study in the practice of empire. H.G. Königsberger. Cambridge Ph.D. 1949.
War and administrative devolution: the military government of Spain in the reign of Philip II. I.A.A. Thompson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.
Spanish sea power in the Mediterranean during the reign of Philip II. C.A.H. Hartmann. Oxford B.Litt. 1922.
English trade with peninsular Spain, 1558–1625. J. Pauline Croft. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The trading relations and rivalry between England and Spain, 1558–88. W.E. Kaye. Manchester M.A. 1921.
Anglo-Spanish relations, 1558–63. J.E. Straukamp. London Ph.D. 1966.
The Spanish Road and the army of Flanders: a study of the formation and disintegration of a European army, 1567–1647. N.G. Parker. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
The causes of the second rebellion of the Alpujarras, 1568–71. K. Garrad. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.
The embassy of Bernardino de Mendoza to England, 1578–84. G.Tejón. Oxford B.Litt. 1957.
The Irish College at Salamanca, its early history and the influence of its work on Irish education. Mary B. Blake. Liverpool M.A. 1956/7.
Spain and the English Catholic exiles, 1580–1604. A.J. Loomie. London Ph.D. 1957.
The relations between the disaffected Irish with Spain during the reign of Elizabeth Tudor. Thomasina Huston. Belfast M.A. 1937.
A commentary on certain aspects of the Spanish Armada drawn from contemporary sources. J.P.R. Lyell. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.
Some aspects of the life and works of Don Carlos Coloma. Olga Turner. London Ph.D. 1950.
Castile and Catalonia during the ministry of the Conde Duque de Olivares. J.H. Elliott. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.
Philip II, Don Luis de Requesens, and the Netherlands: a Spanish problem in government, 1573–6. A.W. Lovett. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.
Spain and the origins of the Thirty Years War. P. Brightwell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.
The economic decline of Spain in the 17th century: contemporary Spanish views. H.G. Hambleton. London Ph.D. 1964.
Anglo-Spanish relations, 1603–25. A. MacFadyen. Liverpool M.A. 1960.
The Spanish province of Valencia, 1609–50. J.G. Casey. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.
Aristocracy, war and finance in Castile, 1621–65: the titled nobility and the house of Béjar during the reign of Philip IV. C.J. Jago. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.
Anglo-Spanish relations 1625–60. A. MacFadyen. Liverpool Ph.D. 1967.
Anglo-Spanish relations from the Restoration to the peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, 1660–8. R.A. Stradling. Wales Ph.D. 1968.
Spanish economic policy and its relation to trade with England culminating in the treaty of 1667. J.C. Salyer. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.
Don Pedro Ronquillo and Spanish-British relations (1674–91). C.F. Scott. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1955.
Portuguese society in the reigns of D. Pedro II and D. Joao V, 1680–1750. J.F.H. Villiers. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.
Anglo-Portuguese trade, 1700–70. H.E.S. Fisher. London Ph.D. 1961.
Administrative reform and economic recovery in Spain during the reign of Philip V, with particular attention to the years 1700–24. B.J. Roud. Cambridge M.Litt. 1959.
Anglo-Portuguese relations during the War of the Spanish Succession. Mary E. Turner. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.
Spain during the War of the Succession, with special reference to French policy, 1700–15. H.A.F. Kamen. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.
Diplomatic relations between Great Britain and Spain, 1711–14. M.A. Martin. London Ph.D. 1962.
Gibraltar as a British possession to 1783. C.P.R. Clarke. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.
Anglo-Spanish diplomatic and commercial relations, 1731–59. Jean O. McLachlan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1936/7.
Reaction in Spain to the Lisbon earthquake of 1755. N. Graveson. London M.Phil. 1967.
England, Spain and the family compact, 1763–83. J.A. Lalaguna Lasala. London Ph.D. 1968.
Jaime Balmes and the Roman Catholic revival of the 19th century. A.L. Schutmaat. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.
The French administration in Spain, 1808–13. W. Topham. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1950.
The attitude of the British government to the Portuguese revolution of 1826–34. Phyllis M. Cowell. London M.A. 1927.
The place of the army in Spanish politics, 1830–54. E. Christiansen. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.
George Villiers, British ambassador at Madrid, 1835–8, with special reference to Anglo-French relations and the British Auxiliary Legion. J.S. Leeming. London Ph.D. 1963.
British policy and the Spanish marriages, 1841–6. E. Jones Parry. London Ph.D. 1934.
Anglo-Portuguese relations, 1851–61. W.H.C. Smith. London Ph.D. 1965.
The significance of British policy towards Spain, 1859–68. Suzanne Doyle. London M.A. 1949.
The diplomatic relations of England and Spain, 1868–80. C.J. Bartlett. London Ph.D. 1956.
Francisco Pi y Margall and the Spanish Federal Republican party, 1868–74. C.A.M.S. Hennessy. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.
The influence of Emilio Castelar on the formation and fortunes of the Spanish Republic of 1873. J.A. Brandt. Oxford B.Litt. 1924/5.
The development of education in Spain since 1900. J.C. Develin. Oxford D.Phil. 1935.
Revolution and social revolution: a contribution to the history of the anarcho-syndicalist movement in Spain, 1930–7. S.J. Brademas. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.
The Carlist movement in Spain, 1931–7. R.M. Blinkhorn. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.
The Right under the second Spanish Republic, 1931–6, with special reference to the C.E.D.A. R.A.H. Robinson. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.
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