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100 1  O'Connell, Vincent,|eauthor 
245 14 The annexation of Eupen-Malmedy :|bbecoming Belgian, 1919-
       1929 /|cby Vincent O'Connell 
264  1 New York :|bPalgrave Macmillan US :|bImprint: Palgrave 
       Macmillan,|c2018 
300    1 online resource (xv, 316 pages) :|billustrations, maps 
       (some color), digital ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  1. Introduction -- 2. On the Threshold of Transition: 
       Eupen-Malmedy in 1919: Between Occupation and Annexation -
       - 3. 'Sounding Them Out': Herman Baltia and the 
       Installation of the Eupen-Malmedy Government -- 4. Farce 
       and Tragedy in Eupen-Malmedy: The Public Expression of 
       Opinion and Its Discontents -- 5. 'Making Good Belgians': 
       Political Incorporation and National Assimilation, 1920-
       1925 -- 6. 'Road to Abandonment': Belgium's Approach to 
       Eupen-Malmedy, 1925-1929 
520    This book examines the history of Belgium's annexation of 
       the former German territories of Eupen and Malmedy during 
       the interwar period. Focusing on Herman Baltia's 
       transitory regime and Belgium's ambivalence about the fate
       of its new territories, the book charts the strained 
       relations between Baltia's regime and Brussels, the 
       regime's path to dissolution, and the failed retrocession 
       of the territory to Germany. Through close analysis of 
       primary source material, Vincent O'Connell investigates 
       the efforts of Baltia's provisional government to 
       assimilate the region's inhabitants into Belgium. The 
       ultimate failure of that assimilation, he argues, may be 
       traced back not only to incessant pro-German agitation, 
       but to flawed Belgian policy from the outset. Framed in 
       the context of a post-Versailles Europe, the book offers 
       an interesting case study not only of the ebbs and flows 
       of international politics across the frontier zones of 
       Europe in the interwar years, but of how populations react
       to changes in national sovereignty 
650  0 Acquisition of territory|zBelgium 
650 14 History 
650 24 History of Germany and Central Europe 
650 24 History of Military 
650 24 Diplomacy 
650 24 Social History 
651  0 Eupen-Malmedy (Belgium)|xHistory|y20th century 
651  0 Germany|xAnnexation to Belgium 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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