Rebuilding Europe: Western Europe, America, and Postwar Reconstruction

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Longman, 1992 - History - 270 pages
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With the end of the Cold War and the prospect of a federal Europe ever closer, this book is a timely reassessment of the processes by which western Europe was reborn out of the devastation and despair of 1945. Concentrating on the first postwar decade and making rich use of the latest research findings, David Ellwood gives a detailed account of the practicalities of reconstruction - how it was done, what it cost, who paid for it, and what those involved hoped for, expected and actually received.

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Contents

Introduction
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Chapter Two The Realities of Survival 194547
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Chapter Three Managing the Shift to Peace
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