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Confidential print was intended for circulation internally within the Foreign Office and to the monarch, the Prime Minister, the Cabinet, other government departments and diplomatic missions abroad and was printed for the convenience of users. Have you found an error with this catalogue description? Let us know.

Kenneth Bourne, D. Cameron Watt, Michael Partridge, Paul Preston. Although it is long and ambitious, the book is very narrowly focused on a particular way of thinking about history. British Documents on Foreign Affairs: Reports and Papers from the Foreign Office Confidential Print. Bethesda: University Press of America, 2003. Whereas many works place the ideas of Hegel at the center of the German approach to historical thinking, Toews's book is about opponents of Hegel's philosophy. The nature of this "Historical School's" hostility to Hegel and the "Hegelian school" remains largely outside his story.

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Donald Cameron Watt, Kenneth Bourne, Michael Partridge. Materials were selected because they cover one of five areas: general international developments; changes in the economic and financial strength (as perceived in London) of Britain's potential allies or enemies; attempts to transform the League of Nations into an economic body; the economic effects of Hitler's policies; American economic rivalry, and the attempt by the Foreign Office to spur the home.

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