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eBook Britain and European Unity, 1945-1999 (British History in Perspective) ePub

by John W. Young

  • ISBN: 0333741129
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: John W. Young
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Red Globe Press; 2nd edition (May 19, 2000)
  • Pages: 237
  • ePub book: 1789 kb
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JOHN W. YOUNG has been Professor of Politics at the University of Leicester since 1993. His publications include Britain, France and the Unity of Europe, 1945-51 (1984), France, the Cold War and the Western Alliance, 1944-9 (1990), Britain and the World in the Twentieth Century (1997) and The Longman Companion to America, Russia and the Cold War (1999). Series: British History in Perspective.

This book provides a lucid and comprehensive survey of British policy towards European integration from 1929, when a French foreign minister first . Britain and European Unity, 1945-1999 (British History in Perspective). 0333741129 (ISBN13: 9780333741122).

Britain and European Unity, 1945-1999 (British History in Perspective).

2nd ed. by John W. Young. Published 2000 by St. Martin's Press in New York British history in perspective.

Britain and European unity, 1945-1999. 2nd ed. Martin's Press in New York. European Economic Community, European federation, Foreign relations, Relations. British history in perspective.

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See this journal's title history. Britain and European Unity, 1945–1999. New York: St. Martin's Press.

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Britain and the British have changed profoundly since 1945. The European Question and the National Interest by Jeremy Black (Social Affairs Unit, 2006). Britain became an active member of international organisations, not least the United Nations, of which it was a founder member and held a permanent seat on the Security Council. Britain was also a founder member of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in 1949, and sent a contingent of troops to take part in the Korean War (1950 - 1953) against Communist North Korea. YOUNG, EFFIE PEDALIU and MICHAEL KANDIAH, ed. 2013. Britain and European unity, 1945-1992, John W. Young Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1993. Britain in Global Politics: Essays in memory of Saki Dockrill – Volume 2, From Churchill to Blair First. JOHN KENT and JOHN W. YOUNG, 2013. International Relations since 1945. Cold War Europe, 1945-89 : a political history, John W. Young London : Edward Arnold, 1991.

Berend, Ivan T. The History of European Integration: A New Perspective. Britain and Europe since 1945 (1999). Britain, France, and the unity of Europe, 1945–1951 (Leicester University, 1984). The European Union since 1945 (Routledge, 2014). Marsh, Steve, and Hans Mackenstein. The International Relations of the EU (Routledge, 2014).

This book provides a lucid and comprehensive survey of British policy towards European integration from 1929, when a French foreign minister first suggested a European Federation, to 1999, when the single currency, the Euro, was launched. Fully revised and updated, this second edition explains why Britain did not become a founder member of the European Community in the 1950s, what motivated the French to prevent Britain from joining in the 1960s and why, since 1973, most British governments have found it hard to commit to a European future.