Douglas Newton, “How Did Australia Enter the Great War in 1914?”, in Alison Broinowski, ed., How Does Australia Go To War? A Call for Accountability and Change (Melbourne: Australians for War Powers Reform, 2015), pp. 16-18.
Douglas Newton, ‘At Daggers Drawn: The International Women’s Movement and the Struggle to Avert War, July-August 1914’, in Philip Deery and Julie Kimber, ads, Fighting Against War: Peace Activism in the Twentieth Century (Melbourne: Leftbank Press, 2015), pp. 10-31. Click here for full article.
‘Disillusionment in the “Academic Garrison”: The Political Intelligence Department of British Foreign Office and the German Revolution of 1918-1919’, in Andrew Bonnell, Greg Munro and Martin Travers, eds., Power, Conscience and Opposition: Essays in German History in Honour of John A. Moses (Peter Lang Publishers, New York, 1996), pp. 45-73.
‘World War I’ (3,000 words) in William H. McNeill, ed., The Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, Volume V, 0-9743091-0-9 (Berkshire Publishing: Great Barrington MA, 2005), pp. 2079-2084.
‘The Treaty of Versailles’ (2,000 words), in William H. McNeill, ed., The Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, Volume V, 0-9743091-0-9 (Berkshire Publishing: Great Barrington MA, 2005), pp.1901-1903.
‘“This black horror of inconceivability”: Dissenters in British Foreign Policy and Britain’s Rush to War, July-August 1914’, in Bernard Mees and Samuel P. Koehne, eds., Terror, War, Tradition: Studies in European History (Australian Humanities Press, Unley, South Australia, 2007), pp. 17-40.
Articles in scholarly journals
Douglas Newton, ‘”We have sprung at a bound”: Australia’s Leap Into the Great War, July-August 1914’, in John Lack, Judith Smart, and John Arnold, eds., The La Trobe Journal, NO. 96 (September 2015), Special Issue: Victoria and the Great War (Melbourne: State Library of Victoria, 2015), pp. 6-27.
‘At the Birth of Anzac: Labor, Andrew Fisher and Australia’s Offer of an Expeditionary Force to Britain in 1914’, in Frank Bongiorno, Raelene Frances and Bruce Scates, eds., Labour and the Great War: The Australian Working Class and the Making of Anzac, special edition of Labour History, 106 (May 2014), pp. 19-41.
‘The Lansdowne “Peace Letter” of 1917 and the Prospect of Peace by Negotiation with Germany’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 48, 1 (2002), pp. 16-39.
‘The British Power Elite and the German Revolution of 1918-1919’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, Vol. 37, No. 3 (1991), pp. 446-65.
‘Days of Hope in Germany: from the Peace Resolution to the Armistice, 1917-1918’, Teaching History, Vol. 20, Part 4 (January, 1987), pp. 3-19.
‘The Promotion of Militarism and the Origins of the First World War: Some Evidence from Britain’, Teaching History, Vol. 15, Part 4 (January, 1982), pp. 27-56.
Refereed Papers In Conference Proceedings
‘“A Lasting Peace”, The British Radical Liberals and the Campaign for a Negotiated Peace with Germany, 1914-1918’, in Franz Oswald and Maureen Perkins, eds., Europe – Divided or United? (Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European Historians, 1999) (Canberra: Southern Highlands Publishers, 2000), pp. 211-230
‘Should the British have fought on to Berlin in November 1918 for German Democracy’s sake?’, in J. Perkins and J. Tampke, eds., Europe: Retrospects and Prospects (Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European Historians, 1995) (Sydney: Southern Highlands Publishing, 1996), pp. 222-232.
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