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Modern Europe in world perspective: 1914 to the present.

Eugene Newton Anderson

Modern Europe in world perspective: 1914 to the present.

by Eugene Newton Anderson

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Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe -- History -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesRinehart books in European history
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 884 p. illus. ;
    Number of Pages884
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18780912M

    Since the Armistice, a vast literature has been produced on the First World War and its repercussions. In this book, two leading historians from the United States and France have produced a fully comparative analysis of the ways in which this history has been written and interpreted. The book identifies three generations of historians, literary scholars, film directors and writers who. the Great War (). That cataclysm brought to a crashing demise the world of the late 19 th century.. By war’s end, the Russian, Austro-Hungarian, Ottoman, and German empires that had dominated Europe for centuries no longer existed, broken up into a new constellation of nation-states, fledgling democracies, and political experiments such as Bolshevik communism.

      This volume is devoted to reconsidering the history of historical preservation from an international perspective. 1 Even though the origins of modern preservationism are often traced back to early eighteenth-century Europe, the aim is to address the broader factors behind the global spread of this changing historical sensibility toward ancestral pasts in the nineteenth and twentieth by: 6. The period from to represented the high-water mark of nineteenth-century globalization, which, as Chapter 4 in Volume 1 showed, had been developing since the end of the Napoleonic Wars. This chapter will explore several dimensions of this globalization, as well as Cited by:

      The Nineteenth Century: Europe Paperback – May 1 will cover the history of Europe from Classical Greece to the present in eleven volumes. In each, experts write to their strengths tackling the key issues including society, economy, religion, politics, and It was the century when most of the ideologies of the modern world /5(8).   Yet in interpreting Europe’s history between and as a “religious” war, and by treating the combatants as akin to religious zealots, he in fact mobilises the language and concepts.


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