Contemporary Europe: A History (Paperback)James D. Wilkinson (author)
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For sophomore/senior-level courses in 20th Century Europe, Europe Since 1914, Contemporary Europe. Earlier editions have also been used in advanced (A.P.) high school courses on European history.
Clearly written and organized, this classic survey of European political, social, economic, and intellectual history covers events throughout the Continent from 1914 to the present within a broadly comparative context, treating Europe as a single unit. The author begins with a view of Europe in 1914 with an emphasis on Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, the Mediterranean as well as on Western Europe. New edition features thoroughly updated final chapter with the latest research on contemporary topics.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 640
Weight: 1040 g
Dimensions: 232 x 177 x 33 mm
Edition: 10th edition
"I have been using this text for over twenty years. I do believe that, for an undergraduate survey, it is the best on the market, as it provides an excellent balance between factual narrative and analysis." - Peter Pastor, Montclair State University
"The single most impressive aspect of the book, and the reason why I chose it years ago and continue to use it, is its outstanding scholarship, structured and written in a way that students can understand." - Charles A. Endress, Angelo State University
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