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The End of the European Era: 1890 to the Present

by Felix Gilbert

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An overview of the last century, for most of our lives out century. Some great photos an cartoons, including Stalin and Lenin together (smiling) ( )
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One afternoon early in the twentieth century a member of the British aristocracy, a great landowner, stood with one of his guests on the terrace extending along the back of his large country house.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0393976424, Paperback)

Since its first publication over thirty years ago, The End of the European Era: 1890 to the Present has offered students a concise and authoritative historical narrative of the events that shaped twentieth-century Europe.

The Fifth Edition retains these strengths while embracing recent developments and current research. The text covers a century of rapid and tumultuous change, from increased population and migration in the early 1900s through the ongoing unrest in the Balkans.

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The Fifth Edition retains these strengths while embracing recent developments and current research. The text covers a century of rapid and tumultuous change, from increased population and migration in the early 1900s through the ongoing unrest in the Balkans.… (more)

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