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  • Journal

    Williamson, S. R.

    Influence, Power, and the Policy Process: The Case of Franz Ferdinand, 1906–1914

    1974 - The Historical Journal

    In-text: (Williamson, 1974)

    Your Bibliography: Williamson, S. (1974). Influence, Power, and the Policy Process: The Case of Franz Ferdinand, 1906–1914. The Historical Journal, 17(02), p.417.

  • Book

    Bingham, C.

    Wit and Wisdom: A Public Affairs Miscellany

    1982 - Melbourne University Press - Carlton, Vic.

    In-text: (Bingham, 1982)

    Your Bibliography: Bingham, C. (1982). Wit and Wisdom: A Public Affairs Miscellany. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press, p.118.

  • Book

    Vagts, A.

    A History of Militarism

    1981 - Greenwood Press - Westport, Conn.

    In-text: (Vagts, 1981)

    Your Bibliography: Vagts, A. (1981). A History of Militarism. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

  • Journal

    Gray, C. S.

    The Arms Race Phenomenon

    1971 - World Politics

    In-text: (Gray, 1971)

    Your Bibliography: Gray, C. (1971). The Arms Race Phenomenon. World Politics, 24(01), pp.42-43.

  • Magazine

    Hansen, F.

    The Average American and the Next War

    1935 - Literary Digest

    In-text: (Hansen, 1935)

    Your Bibliography: Hansen, F. (1935). The Average American and the Next War. Literary Digest, p.42.

  • Journal

    Schmitt, B. E.

    Triple Alliance and Triple Entente, 1902-1914

    1924 - The American Historical Review

    In-text: (Schmitt, 1924)

    Your Bibliography: Schmitt, B. (1924). Triple Alliance and Triple Entente, 1902-1914. The American Historical Review, 29(3), p.449.

  • Journal

    Patnaik, P.

    Lenin, Imperialism, and the First World War

    2014 - Social Scientist

    In-text: (Patnaik, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Patnaik, P. (2014). Lenin, Imperialism, and the First World War. Social Scientist, 42(7/8), pp.29-46.

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