Rebuilding Europe: Western Europe, America, and Postwar Reconstruction

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The Postwar World

General Editors; A. J. Nicholls and Martin S. Alexander

As distance puts events into perspective, and as evidence accumulates, it begins to be possible to form an objective historical view of our recent past. The Postwar World is an ambitious new series providing a scholarly but readable account of the way our world has been shaped in the crowded years since the Second World War. Some volumes will deal with regions, or even single nations, others with important themes; all will be written by expert historians drawing on the latest scholarship as well as their own research and judgements. The series should be particularly welcome to students, but it is designed also for the general reader with an interest in contemporary history:

Decolonization in Africa J. D. Hargreaves

The Community of Europe: A History of European Integration since 1945, Second Edition Derek W. Urwin

Northern Ireland since 1945 Sabine Wichert

A History of Social Democracy in Postwar Europe Stephen Padgett and William E. Paterson

"The Special Relationship": A Political History of Anglo-American Relations since 1945 C. J. Bartlett

Rebuilding Europe: Western Europe, America and Postwar Reconstruction D. W. Ellwood

The Pacific Basin since 1945: A History of The Foreign Relations of the Asian, Australasian and American Rim States and the Pacific Islands Roger C. Thompson

Central Europe since 1945 Paul G. Lewis

International Relations since 1945. A History in Two Volumes

John Dunbabin The Cold War: The Great Powers and their Allies The Post-Imperial Age: The Great Powers and the Wider World

Modern Indonesia: A history since 1945 Robert Cribb and Colin Brown

Peace Movements: International Protest and World Politics since 1945 April Carter

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