Europe Between the Wars: A Political History / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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It had seemed 'the war to end wars', yet within twenty-one years the unthinkable had become the inevitable and Europe was burning again. How did it happen? In this sober yet compelling account of Europe between the wars, Martin Kitchen traces the course of the deepening crisis in Europe by looking first at the peace settlement itself, and then at the economic and social problems of the interwar years.
Table of Contents
1. The Peace Treaties2. Economics: Inflation and Depression3. Collective Security, Disarmament and the League of Nations4. The Soviet Union5. Eastern Europe6. Italian Fascism.7. The Weimar Republic8. Britain9. France10. The Spanish Civil War11. Nazi Germany12. The Origins of the Second World War