Diplomacy Revealed

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DIPLOMACY

REVEALED


BY

E. D. MOREL

Author of "Nigeria: its peoples and its problems"; "Affairs of West

Africa"; King Leopold's Role in Africa"; "Red Rubber"; "Great Britain and the Congo"; "The British Case in French Congo"; "Africa and the Peace of Europe"; "Ten Years of Secret Diplomacy"; "Truth and the War": "The Black Man's Burden"; 'Thoughts on the

War; the Peace and Prison."






THE NATIONAL LABOUR PRESS, LTD.,

8 & 9, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, London, E.G. 4; 30, Blackfriars Street, Manchester.

CONTENTS.


PAGE
Dedication iii.
Contents v.
Key vii.
Forward ix.
Introduction to the Dispatches ix.
PART I. (1905) 2
Chronology of Principal Events 3
Despatches from the Belgian Ministers in London,

Paris, and Berlin, and from the Belgian Charge

d'Affaires in Berlin

5
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 31
PART II. (1906) 37
Chronology of Principal Events 39
Despatches from the Belgian Charge d'Affaires in

London, the Belgian Minister in Paris, the

Belgian Minister in Berlin, and the Belgian

Minister in London

41
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 51
PART III. (1907) 59
Chronology of Principal Events 60
Despatches from the Belgian Minister in Paris,

the Belgian Minister in London, the Belgian

Minister in Berlin, and the Belgian Charge

d'Affaires in London

61
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 95
PART IV. (1908) 103
Chronology of Principal Events 105
Despatches from the Belgian Minister in Berlin and

the Belgian Minister in Paris

109
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 134
PART V. (1909) 141
Chronology of Principal Events 143
Despatches from the Belgian Minister and the Belgian

Charge d'Affaires in Paris and the Belgian

Minister in Berlin

145
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 160
PART VI. (1910-1911) 163
Chronology of Principal Events 165
Despatches from the Belgian Minister in Paris, the

new Belgian Minister in Paris, the Belgian

Minister in Berlin, the Belgian Minister in

London, and the Belgian Charge d'Affaires in

Paris

167
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 214
PART VII. (1912-1913) 221
Chronology of Principal Events 223
Despatches from the Belgian Minister in London, the

Belgian Minister in Berlin, the new Belgian

Minister in Berlin, the Belgian Minister in

Paris

227
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 261
PART VIII. (1914 to the murder of the Austrian heir-apparent.) 273
Chronology of Principal Events 275
Despatches from the Belgian Minister in Paris, the

Belgian Minister in Berlin, and the Belgian

Minister in London

279
Explanatory Footnotes to Text 301


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