By David S. Mason
Highlighting the most important occasions, rules, and members that experience formed sleek Europe, this clean and vigorous publication presents a concise heritage of the continent from the Enlightenment to the current. Drawing at the enduring subject of revolution, David S. Mason explores the political, financial, and clinical factors and effects of revolution; the advance of human rights and democracy; and problems with eu identification and integration. He intentionally avoids an in depth chronology of each kingdom and period of time via emphasizing the main an important occasions that experience formed Europe. Fourteen concentrated chapters handle such topical matters because the Enlightenment; the French Revolution and Napoleon; the economic Revolution; the theories and influence of Marx and Darwin; the revolutions of 1848, 1917, and 1989; the unifications of Germany and Italy; ecu imperialism; the 2 global wars; the chilly struggle; the evolution and growth of the eu Union; and present demanding situations confronting Europe. Any reader who wishes a wide sweep of eu background will locate this ebook a fascinating narrative, supplemented with maps, timelines, sidebars, photographs, and a glossary.
“David Mason’s account of ecu background from the Enlightenment to the current deals an authoritative synthesis of significant advancements during this different and complicated interval. Written in a lucid and fascinating sort, truly established and concise, this survey is either entire and readable. it truly is compatible as an introductory textbook for school undergraduates.” —Jolanta T. Pekacz, Dalhousie collage
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