Europe from War to War, 1914-1945

Europe from War to War, 1914-1945

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Europe from War to War, 1914-1945 explores this age of metamorphosis within European history, an age which played a crucial role in shaping the Europe of today. Covering a wide range of topics such as religion, arts and literature, humanitarian relief during the wars, transnational feminism and efforts to create a unified Europe, it examines the social and cultural history of this period as well as political, economic, military and diplomatic perspectives. Thematically organized within a chronological framework, this book takes a fully comparative approach to the era, allowing the reader to follow the evolution of key trends and ideas across these thirty turbulent years. Each period is analysed from both an international and a domestic perspective, expanding the traditional narrative to include the role and impact of European colonies around the world while retaining a close focus on national affairs, everyday existence within Europe itself and the impact of the wars on people's lives. Chapters include discussion of regions such as Scandinavia, the Balkans and Iberia that are less frequently covered, emphasizing the network of connections between events and places across the continent. Global in scope, accessibly written and illustrated throughout with photographs and maps, this is the perfect introductory textbook for all students of early twentieth-century European history.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 174 x 246mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1st ed.
  • 16 black & white illustrations
  • 1138999156
  • 9781138999152

About Alice-Catherine Carls

Alice-Catherine Carls is Tom Elam Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Tennessee at Martin, USA. Her publications include La Ville Libre de Dantzig en Crise Ouverte, 1938-1939 (1982) and numerous book chapters and journal articles. Stephen D. Carls is University Professor of History at Union University, USA. His publications include Louis Loucheur and the shaping of Modern France, 1916-1931 (1993, also published in France in revised form in 2000).show more

Table of contents

List of figures List of maps Preface Methodology and Organization of the Book Part One: World War I and After, 1914-1923 Chapter 1: The War's International Dimensions and Aftermath Chapter 2: The Home Fronts Part Two: Brave New World, 1919-1929 Chapter 3: In Search of Collective Security Part Three: Dress Rehearsals for War, 1929-1939 Chapter 5: Revisionism and Realignments Chapter 6: Life as Usual? Part Four: World War II, 1939-1945 Chapter 7: International Dimensions of the War Chapter 8: The Home Fronts Part Five: European Culture in the Crucible, 1914-1945 Chapter 9: Culture in the Crucible, 1914-1945 Epilogue Indexshow more