History and Its Interpretations, Volume 673
Council of Europe, Jan 1, 1997 - Europe - 97 pages
This book underlines what is a stake in the learning of history in Europe. History plays a key political function in Europe today, allowing as it can for better understanding, tolerance & trust between individuals & nations of Europe. The book contains contributions from personalities from the world of academe & the media. Introduction by Marc Ferro.
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