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History of europe from the palaeolithic era to the european union. A history of modern europe 17891981 paperback september 27, 1982 by h. Toward european union, 5 interpreting european union history, 10 purpose and organization of the book, 19 1 finding a way forward 23 from world war to cold war, 24 the european movement, 31 prospects for economic integration, 34 tackling the german question, 37 the schuman declaration, 45 2 europe of the communities 53. The war, initially sparked by a dispute over who would become king of france after the death of king charles iv, quickly became an amazingly complex and multifaceted war. The history and literature of continental europe has been a specialty of the newberry since its beginning, but like many other such broad fields, there are particular areas of great strength and others that are less well developed. Emerging europe and the byzantine empire 44mb chapter 10. This project discovers the history of modern europe, starting at the. European history wikibooks, open books for an open world. European history is a featured book on wikibooks because it contains substantial content, it is wellformatted. Cambridge international as level european history 17891917 by russell williams.1447 1541 748 984 140 201 1112 944 389 538 813 618 19 77 708 910 1525 917 340 136 1092 698 104 1412 462 52 1017 1410 788 459 1428