Twentieth century Europe, a history, by C.E. Black and E.C. Helmreich.

; Helmreich, Ernst Christian, joint author
2d ed., rev.. New York, Knopf, 1959.

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Other Authors Helmreich, Ernst Christian,
Subjects Europe -- History -- 20th century.
Description xx, 865, xxii pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Maps on lining papers.
Bibliography: pages [803]-865.
Contents The heritage of the twentieth century -- The dynamic age -- The ideologies of progress -- The European state system -- Europe and the world -- The coming of the crisis -- Testing the alliance systems -- Tensions in Southeastern Europe -- The alliance systems -- The outbreak of hostilities -- World War I -- The first year -- The war of attrition -- The turn of the tide -- Victory of the Allies -- The Treaty of Versailles -- The Paris Peace Conference -- The drafting of the treaty -- The basis of the treaty -- The boundaries of Germany -- The colonial settlement and mandates -- Disarmament of Germany -- Reparations -- The honor clauses -- Final provisions -- An evaluation of the treaty -- The Eastern peace treaties -- Victors and vanquished -- The Habsburg settlement -- The borderlands of Russia -- Bulgaria and the Treaty of Neuilly -- Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire -- The great powers and the search for an equilibrium -- Experiments in international organization -- The League of Nations -- The international labor organization -- The permanent court of international justice -- Other international organizations -- The minority treaties -- Attemmpts to improve the league's security system -- Disarmament -- Security through alliances -- The Soviet Union -- The revolution -- Ideology of the Soviet State -- From war Communism to NEP -- Institutions and policies -- The Weimar Republic -- The German constitution -- Reparations -- Economic development -- The establishment of fascist Italy -- Postwar Italy -- The rise of fascism -- Fascist theory.
The reorganization of the govcenment -- The party organization -- The corporate state -- Cultural policy -- Foreign policy -- France during the twenties -- Political development -- Economic development -- Alsace-Lorraine -- Religious policy in France -- The empire -- Foreign policy -- The United Kingdom and the Empire -- Political development -- Economic policy -- Religion and education -- Ireland -- The British Empire -- Foreign policy -- The World Depression -- The end of an era -- Impact of the Depression -- Economics and politics -- The lowlands, Scandinavia, and Switzerland -- Danubian Europe -- the new governments -- Economic reconstruction -- Religious problems -- Political development -- Postdepression economic problems -- International relations -- The new States of the Baltic region -- Republican Finland -- The Baltic states -- Poland -- The Eastern Mediterranean region -- Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean region -- Postwar Greece -- The Turkish Republic -- The independent Arab states -- The Arab mandates -- Italy, France, and Great Britain in the thirties -- National Socialist Germany -- Factors underlying the collapse of the German republic -- National Socialist theory -- National socialism in action -- Russia under the five-year plans -- Socialism in one country -- The transformation of a society -- The victory of Stalinism -- The failure of the league system -- Revolution and aggression -- the Manchurian crisis -- The Ethiopian crisis -- The Spanish Crisis -- The Chinese incident -- Shifting alliances -- Immediate background of World War II -- Germany and Europe -- The Austrian crisis -- The Czechoslovak crisis -- Prelude to war -- World War II -- Predominance of the Axis -- Expansioin of the war -- The great coalition -- Initiative of the United Nations -- The defeat of the Axis -- The reconstruction of Europe -- The United Nations Organization -- Drafting of the charter -- Structure of the United Nations Organization -- Pacific settlement of disputes -- The international court of justice -- Negotiations for peace -- Postwar balance of power -- The European peace treaties -- The Japanese peace treaty -- The United Kingdom, France, and Italy after the war -- Germany and the small states of Western Europe -- Germany under four-power control -- The German Federal Republic -- The German Democratic Republic -- Berlin and the issue of reunification -- Austria -- Switzerland -- The lowlands -- The Scandinavian states -- The Iberian states -- The Soviet orbit -- Evolution of Soviet policy -- Pattern of Soviet change -- Eastern Europe -- The Eastern Mediterranean region -- Greece and Turkey -- The Arab world.
Europe an dthe world -- The Cold War -- Consolidation of Western Euopre -- Twentieth-century trends.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm01027697
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