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The Struggle for Mastery in Europe: 1848-1918 by Alan J. P. Taylor1954
Spain 1808-1939 by Raymond Carr1966
The Russian Empire, 1801-1917 by Hugh Seton-Watson1967
Germany 1866-1945 by Gordon A. Craig1978
The Low Countries 1780-1940 by E. H. Kossmann1978
Spain, 1808-1975 by Raymond Carr1982
German History, 1770-1866 by James J. Sheehan1989
Rumania 1866-1947 by Keith Hitchins1994
The Transformation of European Politics 1763-1848 by Paul W. Schroeder1994
A People Apart: The Jews in Europe, 1789-1939 by David Vital1999
The Lights That Failed: European International History, 1919-1933 by Zara Steiner2005
Bulgaria by Richard Crampton2007
Ireland: The Politics of Enmity 1789-2006 by Paul Bew2007
The Triumph of the Dark: European International History, 1933-1939 by Zara Steiner2011
The Shock of America: Europe and the Challenge of the Century by David Ellwood2012

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