Europe in the 20th Century / Edition 3

Europe in the 20th Century / Edition 3

by Robert O. Paxton
     
 

ISBN-10: 015503779X

ISBN-13: 9780155037793

Pub. Date: 08/28/1996

Publisher: Harcourt College Publishers

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780155037793
Publisher:
Harcourt College Publishers
Publication date:
08/28/1996
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
768
Product dimensions:
7.01(w) x 9.19(h) x 1.13(d)

Table of Contents

Preface v
Maps
xi
Europe At Zenith, 1914
1(46)
Europe and the World
2(6)
European Landscapes: Urban and Rural
8(3)
The Rich and the Poor
11(8)
Women and Families
19(4)
Political Systems and Mass Movements
23(7)
Inherited Creeds
30(5)
Toward a New Consciousness
35(12)
The Coming of War
47(28)
The July Crisis of 1914
49(8)
Escalation: From Local War to Continental War
57(7)
A Longer View of the Causes of War
64(11)
The Marne and After, 1914--1917
75(24)
War Fever
75(4)
The First Battle of the Marne
79(2)
The Eastern Front
81(3)
The Search for a Breakthrough in the West
84(6)
The Widening War
90(2)
The War at Sea
92(2)
The United States Enters the War
94(5)
The Impact of Total War
99(30)
Adjusting to a War of Attrition
100(1)
War Governments: A Comparative Look
101(10)
The Social Impact
111(4)
The Economic Impact
115(2)
The Impact on Internal Order
117(5)
The Intellectual Impact
122(7)
Revolution, 1917--1920
129(40)
The Russian Revolutions, 1917
129(8)
The Bolshevik Regime
137(8)
Revolutionary Stirrings in Western Europe, 1917
145(2)
The German Revolution, 1918--1919
147(5)
The Dissolution of Austria-Hungary, 1918--1919
152(6)
Britain, France, Italy: The Unrest of 1919--1920
158(3)
Aftermath and Results
161(8)
The Paris Peace Settlement
169(44)
The Setting: Ideals, Interests, and Ideology
170(6)
The Settlement
176(1)
The League of Nations Covenant
177(2)
The Western European Settlement
179(6)
The Eastern European Settlement
185(8)
Applying the Peace Settlement
193(12)
A New Diplomacy?
205(8)
Revolution against Revolution: Fascism
213(28)
Fascism in Italy
214(9)
National Socialism in Germany
223(4)
Counterrevolution in Hungary
227(4)
A Closer Look at Fascism
231(10)
"Normalcy": Europe in the 1920s
241(40)
A Return to "Normalcy"
242(3)
Britain
245(5)
France
250(4)
Weimar Germany
254(7)
Eastern Europe
261(6)
The Iberian Peninsula
267(2)
Fascist Italy
269(1)
Revolutionary Russia in a Stabilized World
270(6)
A Fragile Stability: Neoliberalism Assessed
276(5)
Mass Culture and High Culture between the Wars
281(32)
Mass Culture: The Age of Radio and Movies
282(6)
The New Leisure
288(4)
The Effects of Mass Culture and Leisure
292(3)
High Culture between the Wars
295(5)
The Settings of Interwar Culture
300(13)
Depression and Its Effects, 1929--1936
313(34)
The Origins and Course of the Great Depression
316(3)
Depression Remedies
319(3)
Depression Politics in the Liberal States
322(11)
Depression Politics in the Authoritarian States
333(8)
Conclusion
341(6)
The Authoritarian 1930s and the Spread of Fascism
347(34)
Germany: National Socialism in Power
348(13)
Clerical Authoritarianism
361(5)
Fascism in Eastern Europe
366(3)
Fascist Minorities in Western Europe
369(7)
The Appeal of Fascism
376(5)
The Popular Front Era, 1934--1939
381(28)
From "Class against Class" to Popular Front
382(6)
The Popular Front in France
388(8)
Spain: Republic, Revolution, and Civil War
396(6)
European Intellectuals and the Popular Front
402(2)
The European Left after the Popular Front
404(5)
The Paris Peace Settlement Dismantled: Aggression and Appeasement, 1933--1939
409(30)
Hitler's First Moves
409(3)
The Remilitarization of the Rhineland, March 1936
412(3)
Italy Shifts Sides
415(3)
Hitler's Designs in the East
418(4)
Czechoslovakia and Appeasement, 1938
422(9)
The Polish Crisis, 1939: Descent into War
431(3)
The Origins of the Second World War
434(5)
Hitler's Europe: Conquest, Collaboration, and Resistance, 1939--1942
439(38)
The Nature of the Conflict in 1939
440(2)
War in the East, 1939--1940
442(2)
War in the West, 1940
444(6)
War in the East, 1941--1942
450(3)
Hitler's "New Order"
453(7)
Collaboration
460(4)
Resistance
464(13)
From Hot War to Cold War, 1942--1949
477(40)
American Hegemony in the West
478(7)
Soviet Hegemony in the East
485(5)
The Big Three and the Future of Europe
490(8)
Origins of the Cold War
498(6)
First Battlegrounds of the Cold War
504(7)
A World in Two Blocs, 1947--1949
511(6)
Ruin and Reconstruction, 1945--1953
517(26)
The Work of Reconstruction
519(6)
The Labour Government in Britain, 1945--1951
525(4)
The French Fourth Republic
529(3)
Postwar Italy
532(3)
The Two Germanies
535(3)
Reconstruction and Orthodoxy in the Soviet Union
538(5)
The Soviet Bloc from Stalin to Khrushchev
543(22)
The Soviet Union: From Repression to De-Stalinization
543(2)
Eastern Europe, 1945--1953: The Successor States as Soviet Satellites
545(12)
Eastern Europe: Thaw and Rebellion, 1953--1956
557(3)
The Fall of Khrushchev, 1964
560(5)
Europe in the Cold War: Between the Superpowers, 1947--1961
565(26)
Europe Under the Mushroom Cloud
566(2)
Western Europe: Cold War Politics at Home and Abroad
568(8)
Western Europe: The Movement for Union
576(9)
Soviet Ripostes in Eastern Europe
585(6)
The "New Europe": Consumer Societies and Mass Culture in the West, 1953--1973
591(28)
Consumer Societies
593(6)
Politics in Consumer Societies, 1953--1968
599(4)
Mass Culture and High Culture in the "New Europe"
603(7)
Discontent in Consumer Societies: 1968 and After
610(9)
Divided Europe: Polycentrism and Detente, 1962--1975
619(26)
The Cold War: From Thaw to Detente
620(2)
Polycentrism in the Communist World
622(4)
Gaullism and the Western "Third Force"
626(2)
The Common Market Redirected
628(3)
The United States and Europe and Economic Rivals
631(4)
Rival Versions of Detente
635(10)
The Soviet Bloc in the Brezhnev Era
645(16)
Soviet Problems
646(3)
Troubled Eastern Europe: From the Czechoslovak Springtime to the Brezhnev Doctrine, 1968--1985
649(8)
Brezhnev's Legacy: Stagnation and Missiles
657(4)
Western Europe, 1973--1989: Recession and New Doubts
661(28)
Economic Strains: Oil, Jobs, and Trade
662(5)
Welfare States Under Stress
667(13)
The European Community in the Depression
680(2)
Intellectual and Spiritual Certainties Challenged
682(7)
The Revolution of 1989 and After
689(29)
The Gorbachev Experiment, 1985--1991
689(10)
The Morning After
699(12)
Western European Responses to the Revolution of 1989
711(7)
Epilogue 718(1)
Europe on the Eve of the Third Millennium 718(2)
Credits 720(1)
Index 721

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