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THE BALKAN WARS

1912-1913

JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN

THIRD EDITION

1916


Table of Contents

THE BALKAN WARS
JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN
THIRD EDITION
  PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
  JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN.
  INTRODUCTION
  J. G. S.
  J. G. S.
  I
  TURKEY AND THE BALKAN STATES
  THE TURKISH EMPIRE IN EUROPE
  THE EARLIER SLAV EMPIRES
  TURKISH OPPRESSION OF SLAVS
  GREEK ECCLESIASTICAL DOMINATION OF SLAV
  SERVIAN INDEPENDENCE
  GREEK INDEPENDENCE
  BULGARIAN INDEPENDENCE
  THE BALKAN COUNTRIES
  CAUSES OF THE FIRST BALKAN WAR
  THE BALKAN LEAGUE
  GREECE AND THE LEAGUE
  GREEK AND BULGARIAN ANTIPATHIES
  THE CRETAN PROBLEM
  MR. VENIZELOS'S SOLUTION
  THE WAR
  GREEK MILITARY AND NAVAL OPERATIONS
  SERB MILITARY OPERATIONS
  BULGARIAN MILITARY OPERATIONS
  THE COLLAPSE OF TURKEY
  THE TERMS OF PEACE
  II
  THE WAR BETWEEN THE ALLIES
  RIVAL AMBITIONS OF THE ALLIES
  ALBANIA A CAUSE OF FRICTION
  RECOIL OF SERVIA TOWARD THE AEGEAN
  TREATY RESTRICTIONS
  THE APPLE OF DISCORD
  THE CLAIM OF BULGARIA
  RACIAL PROPAGANDA IN MACEDONIA
  RACIAL FACTS AND FALLACIES
  PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
  THE ATTITUDE OF SERVIA
  PROPOSED REVISION OF TREATY AND ARBITRATION
  DELAY AND OPPOSITION OF BULGARIA
  BULGARIA'S UNCOMPROMISING POLICY
  THE CONCILIATORY SPIRIT OF GREECE
  BULGARIA BEGINS HOSTILITIES
  TERMS OF PEACE
  THE ATTITUDE OF ROUMANIA
  THE WORK AND REWARD OF MONTENEGRO
  THE PROBLEM OF ALBANIA
  THE AEGEAN ISLANDS AND CRETE
  KING CONSTANTINE
  COST OF THE WAR
  THE FUTURE OF THE BALKANS


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