Publications

Sidney Aster’s Publications, 1971-2016.my books

• “Ivan Maisky and Parliamentary Anti-Appeasement,” in Lloyd George, Twelve Essays, edited by A.J.P. Taylor (Hamish Hamilton, London, 1971; Atheneum, New York, 1971).
• “Ivan Maisky and Parliamentary Anti-appeasement,” in Lloyd George, Twelve Essays, edited by A.J.P. Taylor (Gregg Revivals, 2nd rev. ed., Aldershot, 1994).
19391939, The Making of the Second World War (André Deutsch, London, 1973); History Book Club Alternate Choice, September 1973.
1939, The Making of the Second World War (Simon and Schuster, New York, 1974).
1939, The Making of the Second World War (Gregg Revivals, 2nd rev. ed., Aldershot, 1993).
• Les Origines de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale (Librarie Hachette, Paris, 1974).
A.P. Young, The “X” Documents, The Secret History of Foreign Office Contacts with the German Resistance 1937-1939 (André Deutsch, London, 1974); with 22 page Appendix, “Carl Goerdeler and the Foreign Office”.
A.P. Young, Die X-Dokumente: Die geheimen Kontakte Carl Goerdelers mit der britischen Regierung, 1938/1939 (R. Piper, Munich, 1989); with 26 page Anhang, “Carl Goerdeler und das Foreign Office.”
Anthony Eden, A Biography (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 1976).
Anthony Eden, A Biography (St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1977).
The Second World War as a National Experience (Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 1981); with Introduction and Suggestions for Further Reading. Posted on http://www., by the Department of National Defence, 2003. See
http://www.forces.gc.ca/hr/dhh/downloads/Official_Histories/Natl_exp.pdf.
• “Britain, From Empire to Welfare State, 1906-Present,” and “Topics in Twentieth Century British Diplomacy,” in Selected Reading Lists and Course Outlines from American Colleges and Universities: Modern European History, 1789 to the Present, Vol. 1, Chronological and National Courses, edited by John Santore (MarkusWiener, New York, 1983, 3rd rev. ed., 1990).
British Foreign Policy, 1918-1945: A Guide to Research and Research Materials (Scholarly Resources, Wilmington, DE, 1984).
British Foreign Policy, 1918-1945: A Guide to Research and Research Materials (D.J. Costello Publishers, Tunbridge Wells, 1984).
• British Foreign Policy, 1918-1945: A Guide to Research and Research Materials (Scholarly Resources, Wilmington, DE, and D.J. Costello Publishers, Tunbridge Wells, 1991); extensively expanded and revised second edition.
• “’Guilty Men:’ The Case of Neville Chamberlain,” in Paths to War: New Essays on the Origins of the Second World War, edited by Robert Boyce and Esmonde M. Robertson (Macmillan, London, 1989, St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1989).
• “Salter’s Soviet,” in Power, Personalities and Policies: Essays in Honour of Donald Cameron Watt, edited by Michael Graham Fry (Frank Cass, London, 1992, Portland, OR, 1992).
• “Chamberlain: The Guiltiest Man?” in British Appeasement and the Origins of World War II, editedby R.J.Q. Adams (D.C. Heath, Lexington, MA, 1994).
• “’Mapping the Archives,” Documents on British Foreign Policy and Documents on British Policy Overseas,” in Diplomatic Documents and Their Users: Proceedings of the Third Conference of Editors of Diplomatic Documents, Ottawa, 11-13 May 1994, edited by John Hilliker and Mary Halloran (Historical Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Ottawa, 1995).
• “Guilty Men,’ The Case of Neville Chamberlain,” in The Origins of the Second World War, edited by Patrick Finney (Arnold, London, 1997).
• “Military Planning and the Origins of the Second World War: Afterword,” in Military Planning and the Origins of the Second World War, edited by B.J.C. McKercher and Roch Legault (Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT, 2001).
• “Viorel Virgil Tilea and the Origins of the Second World War: An Essay in Closure,” in Diplomacy and Statecraft, vol. 13, no. 3, September 2002, pp. 153-174.
• “Chamberlain, Neville, 1869-1940,” pp.244-245, and “Eden, Sir Anthony, Lord Avon, 1897-1977,” pp. 419-420, in Reader’s Guide to British History, 2 vols., edited by David Loades (Fitzroy Dearborn, London, 2003).
• “Sir William Seeds: Diplomat as Scapegoat?” in Leadership and Responsibility: Collected Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Vogel, edited by Brian Farrell (McGill Queen’s University Press, Montreal, 2004).Appeasement and All Souls
Appeasement and All Souls: A Portrait with Documents, 1937-1939 (Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society, Cambridge, 2005).untitled2
• “Appeasement: Before and After Revisionism,” Diplomacy and Statecraft, vol. 19, no. 3, September 2008, pp. 443-480.
Dealing with Josef Stalin: The Moscow Blue Book, 1939 (Argonaut Papers, London, 2009).
Power, Policy and Personality:  The Life and Times of Lord Salter, 1881-1975 (2016).

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