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Resilient Europe By Peter Calvocoressi

Resilient Europe
by Peter Calvocoressi

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Studying the period 1870 to 1990 and offering an opinion on future developments, this book examines threats to European stability from such countries as Germany and Russia. Topics covered range from Bismarck, Hitler and Stalin to the growth of the superpowers.
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Resilient Europe: A Study of the Years 1870-2000 by Peter Calvocoressi

First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 The German menace: Bismarck's Reich; interreich; the changed face of Central and Eastern Europe; Hitler's Reich. Part 2 The Russian menace: Moscow to Berlin; Stalin's empire in Europe; the American response; the depreciation of the superpowers. Part 3 New patterns: France and Germany - recovery and entente; Great Britain perplexed; the European Community; Europe and the world.

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Resilient Europe: A Study of the Years 1870-2000 by Peter Calvocoressi
Peter Calvocoressi
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Pearson Education Limited
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