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100 1  Peterecz, Zoltán 
245 10 Jeremiah Smith, Jr. and Hungary, 1924-1926 :|bThe United 
       States, the League of Nations, and the Financial 
       Reconstruction of Hungary 
264  1 Warschau/Berlin :|bWalter de Gruyter GmbH,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (324 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- beggining -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- 
       Abbreviations -- Introduction -- The International 
       Landscape in the early 1920s -- Chapter 1 -- An American 
       in Paris -- 1.1 The Last months of World War I in Europe -
       - 1.2 Smith at the Paris Peace Conference -- Chapter 2 -- 
       The United States, the League of Nations, and the Postwar 
       Financial Scene -- 2.1. The New World Order after the War 
       -- 2.2. The US and the Financial Advisory System -- 
       Chapter 3 -- The Beginning of the European Financial 
       Rehabilitation -- 3.1. The First Steps -- 3.2. The 
       Austrian Reconstruction -- Chapter 4 -- Hungary's Appeal 
       to the League of Nations -- 4.1. The Postwar Situation -- 
       4.2. The Economic Situation and Attempts for a Loan -- 
       Chapter 5 -- The Selection of Jeremiah Smith, Jr. -- 5.1. 
       Search for the Commissioner-General -- 5.2. Enter Mr. 
       Smith -- Chapter 6 -- Raising the Hungarian Loan -- 6.1. 
       The Unsuccessful Attempts -- 6.2. Flotation of the 
       Reconstruction Loan -- 6.3. The Adviser to the New 
       National Bank -- Chapter 7 -- The Technical Side of the 
       Hungarian Reconstruction -- 7.1. The First Year -- 7.2. 
       The Year of 1925 -- 7.3. The Closing Accords of the Great 
       Work -- 7.4. Balance Sheet -- Chapter 8 -- The Personal 
       Side of the Hungarian Reconstruction -- 8.1. The Human 
       Side at Work -- 8.2. Smith's Great Magnanimity -- 8.3. 
       Difference of Personalities -- Chapter 9 -- Post-
       Reconstruction Relations between an American and Europe --
       9.1. Smith and Hungary -- 9.2. Smith and the League of 
       Nations -- 9.3. The Last Years -- Chapter 10 -- The 
       Financial Reconstructions in Europe -- 10.1.  Two Schemes,
       One Aim: The Comparison of the Austrian and Hungarian 
       Reconstructions -- 10.2. Other Schemes in Europe by the 
       League -- 10.3.  Reconstruction Programs outside the 
       League -- 10.4.  The Three American Financial Controllers 
       in Europe in the 1920s -- Conclusion -- Index 
505 8  Appendix 1. -- Works Cited 
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650  0 Finance -- Hungary.;Judges -- United States -- 
       Biography.;Smith, Jeremiah, 1870-1935 
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