A Chronological History of the European Union 1946-1998
'This reference work should prove invaluable to students, academics and professionals interested in the development of the European Union.' - European Access 'The chronology focuses on conferences, discussions, ideas, and concepts that were major steps toward integration, and it describes major milestones and events. the entries are thorough and well written.' - P.W. Wilkin, Choice This seminal reference tool provides a detailed chronological account of the development of European integration from the fragmentation at the end of the Second World War to the launch of the Euro on 31st December 1998. It offers a descriptive summary of important events, measures, arrangements, conferences and ideas that shaped the progress towards integration.
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