Twisted Paths: Europe 1914-1945 by Robert GerwarthTwisted Paths: Europe 1914-1945 by Robert Gerwarth

Twisted Paths: Europe 1914-1945

EditorRobert Gerwarth

Paperback | June 9, 2008

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A concise introduction to European history between 1914 and 1945, this series of succinct interpretations written by leading scholars offers a new introduction to the period. Covering historical developments in all areas within Europe's natural borders - from the Atlantic to the Arctic Ocean,from the Bosporus to the Urals and the Mediterranean, the book moves beyond the view that the history of this period can only be understood in terms of catastrophe. Instead it argues for a more balanced perspective, suggesting that both 'darker' and 'lighter' elements in Europe's history werecapable of evolving simultaneously. Without neglecting the more familiar stories of war, genocide, and economic depression, each chapter demonstrates that political stability and regime collapse, social progress and mass poverty, the crisis of European civilization and remarkable culturalachievements, existed alongside each other. Emphasising the histories of the smaller states, and the multi-faceted nature of the period, Twisted Paths illuminates the diversity of Europe's experiences in the first half of the twentieth century.
Robert Gerwarth is a Lecturer at the School of History at the University College Dublin.
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Title:Twisted Paths: Europe 1914-1945Format:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.97 inPublished:June 9, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199545308

ISBN - 13:9780199545308

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Table of Contents

Robert Gerwarth: IntroductionMary Hilson: ScandinaviaRoss McKibbin: Great BritainAlvin Jackson: The Two IrelandsMartin Conway and Peter Romijn: Belgium and the NetherlandsJoan Tumblety: FranceFrances Lannon: IberiaR.J.B. Bosworth: ItalyStefan Berger: GermanyR.J.W. Evans: The Successor StatesRichard J. Crampton: The BalkansKristina Spohr Readman: Finland and the Baltic StatesHubertus F. Jahn: RussiaPatricia Clavin: Europe and the League of NationsNicholas Doumanis: Europe and the Wider WorldSelect Chronology