Table of Contents
Part I. 'Austria Infelix'
2. The 'Monstrous Child' of the New Europe
3. British Missions in the Austrian Republic
4. Britain and the Policy of Reconciliation
5. The 'Habsburg Bogey' and Austro-Czech Rivalry
6. Britain and the Reconstruction of Austria
7. The Failed Hopes of an 'Eastern Locarno'
Part II. 'The Special Relationship'
8. Seton-Watson and Steed, 'the Twin Erinyes of Magyarism'
9. 'One Russia is Enough for Us': Two Revolutions in Budapest
10. The Clerk Mission and the Establishment of the Horthy Regime
11. Anglo-French Rivalry and the Treaty of Trianon
12. Hungarian Reconstruction and the Austrian Model
13. Revision Versus Reconstruction: British Withdrawal from Hungary
Part III. 'The Lynchpin of Central Europe'
14. 'The Best Justification of the Peace Conference'
15. Prague: A 'Political Observatory' in Central Europe
16. Anglo-Czech Relations and the Tarnished Reputation of Benes
17. From Locarno to Munich