Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Miss Frances Gregory
After the end of the Napoleonic wars, the appearance of Europe was changed almost to that of the eighteenth century. France had been returned to her old borders, the multitude of little kingdoms in Italy and Germany had been reinstated, and Russia had taken back the portion of Poland that she had acquired in 1793. The general alliance of all European countries against a superior France was discontinued as soon as France had lost that position. It had been nothing more than one of the agreements that European countries made when they were under pressure. The enemy was only the enemy for the moment. The wars had not changed that time-honoured method of diplomacy.
Day, Patricia M., "Edward VII and the Anglo-French Entente of 1904" (1971). Honors Theses. 430.