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The Legacies of Two World Wars : European Societies in the Twentieth Century

By: Kettenacker, Lothar.
Contributor(s): Riotte, Torsten.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2011Description: 1 online resource (331 p.).ISBN: 9780857452238.Subject(s): Europe -- History, Military -- 20th century | Europe -- Social conditions -- 20th century | War and society -- France -- History -- 20th century | War and society -- Germany -- History -- 20th century | War and society -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century | War and society -- Italy -- History -- 20th century | World War, 1914-1918 -- Influence | World War, 1914-1918 -- Social aspects -- Europe | World War, 1939-1945 -- Influence | World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Legacies of Two World Wars : European Societies in the Twentieth CenturyDDC classification: 940.3 | 940.3/1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The Legacies of Two World Wars; Contents; Foreword; Chapter 1 - 'Old Europe' and the Legacy of Two World Wars; Chapter 2 - Prevention or Regulation of War? The Hague Peace Conferences as a Limited Tool for Reforming the International System before 1914; Chapter 3 - 'The Spirit of 1914': A Critical Examination of War Enthusiasm in German Society; Chapter 4 - Construction and Deconstruction of the Idea of French 'War Enthusiasm' in 1914; Chapter 5 - The Mood in Britain in 1914; Chapter 6 - The First World War in the History of the Weimar Republic
Chapter 7 - Fascism and the Legacy of the Great WarChapter 8 - The French Desire for Peace and Security in the 1920s; Chapter 9 - Britain in the Wake of the Great War; Chapter 10 - Germany: War without Public Backing?; Chapter 11 - The French Entry into the War in September 1939: Between Reluctance and Resignation; Chapter 12 - Great Britain: Declaring War as a Matter of Honour; Chapter 13 - Disillusionment, Pragmatism, Indifference: German Society after the 'Catastrophe'; Chapter 14 - The French after 1945: Difficulties and Disappointments of an Immediate Post-War Period
Chapter 15 - Great Britain: Remembering a Just War (1945-1950)Chapter 16 - Italy after 1945: War and Peace, Defeat and Liberation; Bibliography; Notes on Contributors; Index
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The Legacies of Two World Wars; Contents; Foreword; Chapter 1 - 'Old Europe' and the Legacy of Two World Wars; Chapter 2 - Prevention or Regulation of War? The Hague Peace Conferences as a Limited Tool for Reforming the International System before 1914; Chapter 3 - 'The Spirit of 1914': A Critical Examination of War Enthusiasm in German Society; Chapter 4 - Construction and Deconstruction of the Idea of French 'War Enthusiasm' in 1914; Chapter 5 - The Mood in Britain in 1914; Chapter 6 - The First World War in the History of the Weimar Republic

Chapter 7 - Fascism and the Legacy of the Great WarChapter 8 - The French Desire for Peace and Security in the 1920s; Chapter 9 - Britain in the Wake of the Great War; Chapter 10 - Germany: War without Public Backing?; Chapter 11 - The French Entry into the War in September 1939: Between Reluctance and Resignation; Chapter 12 - Great Britain: Declaring War as a Matter of Honour; Chapter 13 - Disillusionment, Pragmatism, Indifference: German Society after the 'Catastrophe'; Chapter 14 - The French after 1945: Difficulties and Disappointments of an Immediate Post-War Period

Chapter 15 - Great Britain: Remembering a Just War (1945-1950)Chapter 16 - Italy after 1945: War and Peace, Defeat and Liberation; Bibliography; Notes on Contributors; Index

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<p>Lothar Kettenacker was deputy director of the German Historical Institute London (1975- 2004) and held an adjunct professorship at the Goethe University Frankfurt. He did his PhD on Nazi occupation policy in Alsace. He has published on the history of the Third Reich, Anglo-German relations and the history of the Federal Republic. His most recent book is Germany 1989: In the Aftermath of the Cold War (2009).</p>

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