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Post-War Reconstruction in Europe By Mark Mazower

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This collection offers new insights into the aftermath of the Second World War. Contributors explore key arenas, such as the the re-foundation of the state, its legitimacy and its monopoly of armed force, the legacies of empire, the treatment of dislocated populations and refugees, and the role of international organisations.

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Post-War Reconstruction in Europe: International Perspectives, 1945-1949 by Mark Mazower

This collection of essays offers new insights into the aftermath of the Second World War. Rather than treating the years 1945 to 1949 as mere precursors of the Cold War, it takes them to be a crucial period in the reconstruction of European states and the re-modeling of European societies. Contributors explore key arenas, such as the revival of material production, the re-foundation of the state, its legitimacy and its monopoly of armed force, the legacies of empire, the treatment of dislocated populations and refugees, and the role of international organisations. As a result, the volume sets European reconstruction in a genuinely global framework for the first time. This supplement was edited by Mark Mazower, Jessica Reinisch, and David Feldman.

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Preface ; Reconstruction: The Historiographical Issues ; War, Reconstruction, and the Nationalization of Britain, 1939-1951 ; Reassessing the Moral Economy of Post-war Reconstruction: The Terms of the West German Settlement in 1952 ; Reconstruction in East-Central Europe: Clearing the Rubble of Cold War Politics ; The Soviet Union after 1945: Economic Recovery and Political Repression ; Stalin and the European Communists after World War Two (1943-1948) ; Establishing Order in Post-war Eastern Germany ; At the Borders of Force: Violence, Refugees, and the Reconfiguration of the Yugoslav and Italian States ; Regaining the Monopoly of Force: Agents of the State Shooting Fugatives in and around Belgium, 1940-1950 ; Reconstructing Empire in British and French Africa ; Reconstructing Europe through Rejuvenating Empire: The British, French, and Dutch Experiences Compared ; Reconstructing the 'Plural Society': Asian Migration Between Empire and Nation, 1940-1948 ; Internationalism in Relief: The Birth (and Death) of UNRRA ; The Multiple Contexts of Bretton Woods ; 'A Blessing in Disguise': Reconstructing International Relations Through Atomic Energy, 1945-1948 ; 'A Human Treasure': Europe's Displaced Children Between Nationalism and Internationalism

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GOR010381796
Post-War Reconstruction in Europe: International Perspectives, 1945-1949 by Mark Mazower
Mark Mazower
Past and Present Supplement
Used - Like New
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2011-06-14
0199692742
9780199692743
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