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Europe Reborn: A History, 1914-2000.

D424

2005-357232

0-582-21533-1

Europe reborn; a history, 1914-2000.

James, Harold. (Longman history of modern Europe)

Longman, [c]2003

492 p.

$26.00 (pa)

With an emphasis on the core values of liberal democracy, market economics, and the international order, James (history, Princeton U.) presents a survey of European history from 1914-2000. Particular attention has been paid to the experiences of smaller states (such as Turkey and Portugal), which are often glossed over in other accounts of Europe's twentieth century. Pedagogical features include boxed case studies, short biographies, chronologies, and a statistical appendix.
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