Europe since 1939, by Arthur J. May.

New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1966] .

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Subjects Histoire universelle -- 1945- ...
History, Modern -- 1945-1989.
History, Modern.
Description xi, 787 pages illustrations, maps, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 751-772).
Contents World War II. The aftermath -- Prologue to conflict -- The ascendency of the axis -- Enter the giants -- The swing of the pendulum -- Triumph of the grand alliance -- Retrospect on the war -- The coming of the Cold War -- The nations since 1945. Russia after the war -- A new Soviet Union? -- the Soviet satellites -- Neighbors of the satellites -- The two Germanys -- Republican Italy -- Two French republics -- Spain and the smaller states of the west -- The United Kingdom and Eire -- The collapse of colonialism in Asia -- Africa for the Africans -- International affairs. The Communist offensive -- In the shadow of Stalin -- Neither war nor peace -- Loosening of the alliances -- The social and intellectual record. Society and science -- Other phases of scientific development -- Religion and its organizations -- Guidelines in philosophy -- Perspective on western literature -- Literature of the Soviets and of smaller gstates -- A broad view of the fine arts.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)398537
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WorldCat Identities May, Arthur James, 1899-1968.
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