France And The Construction of Europe

The Birth of the West: Rome, Germany, France, and the Creation of Europe in the Tenth Century

Paul Collins, "The Birth of the West: Rome, Germany, France, and the Creation of Europe in the Tenth Century"
ISBN: 161039013X, 1610393686 | 2013 | EPUB | 496 pages | 2 MB

Neal Pease - Poland, the United States, and the Stabilization of Europe, 1919-1933  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Nov. 4, 2016
Neal Pease - Poland, the United States, and the Stabilization of Europe, 1919-1933

Neal Pease - Poland, the United States, and the Stabilization of Europe, 1919-1933
1986 | ISBN: 0195040503 | English | 246 pages | PDF | 17 MB

The Fall of the Iron Curtain and the Culture of Europe  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at Oct. 20, 2016
The Fall of the Iron Curtain and the Culture of Europe

Peter I. Barta, Katalin Bogyay, "The Fall of the Iron Curtain and the Culture of Europe"
English | ISBN: 0415592372 | 2013 | 140 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Russell Grenfell - Unconditional hatred: German war guilt and the future of Europe  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Aug. 29, 2016
Russell Grenfell - Unconditional hatred: German war guilt and the future of Europe

Russell Grenfell - Unconditional hatred: German war guilt and the future of Europe
1971 | ASIN: B0006WNLXA | English | 273 pages | PDF | 1 MB
The Edge of the World: A Cultural History of the North Sea and the Transformation of Europe

The Edge of the World: A Cultural History of the North Sea and the Transformation of Europe by Michael Pye
2015 | ISBN: 1605986992 | English | 360 pages | EPUB | 0.6 MB

Immigration and the Transformation of Europe (repost)  

Posted by interes at April 30, 2013
Immigration and the Transformation of Europe (repost)

Immigration and the Transformation of Europe by Craig A. Parsons and Timothy M. Smeeding
English | 1 edition | October 2, 2006 | ISBN-10: 0521861934 | 504 pages | PDF | 3,2 Mb

A new kind of historic transformation is underway in twenty-first-century Europe. Twentieth-century Europeans were no strangers to social, economic and political change, but their major challenges focused mainly on the intra-European construction of stable, prosperous, capitalist democracies.
Coal, Steel, and the Rebirth of Europe, 1945-1955: The Germans and French from Ruhr Conflict to Economic Community

John Gillingham Coal, Steel, and the Rebirth of Europe, 1945-1955: The Germans and French from Ruhr Conflict to Economic Community
Cambridge University Press | 1991 | ISBN: 0521400597 | 416 pages | PDF | 14,5 MB

This is the first large-scale historical investigation of the critical first stage of European integration, the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). John Gillingham discusses the thirty year Franco-German struggle for heavy industry mastery in Western Europe, describes the dreams and schemes of Jean Monnet, who designed the heavy industry pool, reveals the American vision that inspired his work, and discloses how his transatlantic partners used their great authority to assure its completion. Gillingham also lays bare the operating mechanisms of the coal-steel pool, showing that contrary to the hopes of Monnet and his supporters, the ECSC restored rather than reformed the European economy, leaving as a legacy not a detrustified industry, but one still dominated by the giant producers of the Ruhr.
 Martyrs and Murderers: The Guise Family and the Making of Europe

Stuart Carroll Martyrs and Murderers: The Guise Family and the Making of Europe
Cambridge University Press | 2009 | ISBN: 0199229074 | 368 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Martyrs and Murderers tells the story of three generations of treacherous, bloodthirsty power-brokers. One of the richest and most powerful families in sixteenth-century France, the House of Guise played a pivotal role in the history of Europe. Among the staunchest opponents of the Reformation, they whipped up religious bigotry throughout France. They overthrew the king, ruled Scotland for nearly 20 years through Mary Queen of Scots, plotted to invade England and overthrow Elizabeth I, and ended the century by unleashing the bloody Wars of Religion, before succumbing in a counter-revolution that made them martyrs for the Catholic cause. The story of the Guise family is sensational but true. Though parts of the story are familiar–such as their crucial role in the murder of 4,000 Protestants in the infamous Massacre of Saint Bartholomew–the full scope of their influence has never been told before. Stuart Carroll unravels the legends about this cultivated, charismatic, and violent dynasty, and challenges traditional assumptions about one of Europe's most turbulent eras.
Relocating Modern Science: Circulation and the Construction of Knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650-1900.

Kapil Raj, "Relocating Modern Science: Circulation and the Construction of Knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650-1900".
Publisher: 2007 | ISBN: 0230507085 | 2007 edition | PDF | 285 Pages | 2.83 MB

Relocating Modern Science challenges the belief that modern science was created uniquely in the West and that it was subsequently diffused elsewhere. Through a detailed analysis of key moments of knowledge construction in botany, cartography, terrestrial surveying, linguistics, scientific education, and colonial administration, it demonstrates the crucial roles of intercultural encounter and circulation for their emergence.It engages with questions central to imperial, colonial, and South Asian history and presents a heuristic model for other world regions, periods, and fields of knowledge, as also for transnational and global studies.

Pindar and the Construction of Syracusan Monarchy in the Fifth Century B.C. (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bookwarrior at Aug. 8, 2016
Pindar and the Construction of Syracusan Monarchy in the Fifth Century B.C. (Repost)

Pindar and the Construction of Syracusan Monarchy in the Fifth Century B.C. By Kathryn A. Morgan
2015 | 480 Pages | ISBN: 0199366853 | PDF | 14 MB