European Unity in Context: The Interwar Period
Peter M. R. Stirk
Pinter Publishers, 1989 - History - 225 pages
This examination of the question of European unity in the interwar period 1918-1939 aims to bring out the diversity of the various schemes for union or images of unity and to emphasize that those ideas were taken seriously by political actors of the time, even though they were doomed to failure in the light of the clash of political and economic interests and underlying social and cultural disparities.
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