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  • Author:
    Felix Gilbert
  • ISBN:
    0393930408
  • ISBN13:
    978-0393930405
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  • Publisher:
    W. W. Norton & Company; Sixth edition (December 10, 2008)
  • Pages:
    688 pages
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    Humanities
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Felix Gilbert, late of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, was the first recipient of the American Historical . This book is detailed and really does a pretty good job of explaining the events of the period. However it's let down by some really appalling mistakes in terminology.

Felix Gilbert, late of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, was the first recipient of the American Historical Association's Award for Scholarly Distinction in 1985. David Clay Large is professor of history at Montana State University and the author of Berlin (2000) and Where Ghosts Walked: Munich's Road to the Third Reich (1997). Customers who bought this item also bought. Throughout the book, the authors confuse "English" with "British".

Felix Gilbert (1905-1991) was a half German half British historian who became American in the 1930s. His mother was the granddaughter of the musician Felix Mendelssohn (so we should not be surprised at Gilbert's given name). His expertise was really the Renaissance and his book Machiavelli and Guicciardini: Politics and History in Sixteenth Century Florence is. I read this book years ago and have now reread the first part, the one related to WW1. The Present alluded to in the title is the 1970s

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Felix Gilbert, late of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, was the first recipient of the American Historical Association’s Award for Scholarly Distinction in 1985. David Clay Large is professor of history at Montana State University and the author of Berlin (2000) and Where Ghosts Walked: Munich’s Road to the Third Reich (1997).

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Its coverage of southern and eastern Europe is expanded, as is its coverage of social history-especially women's history. It charts the theme of globalization starting with the 1890s and moving through to post-9/11. Norton History of Modern Europe.

The Norton History of Modern Europe. Felix Gilbert, late of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, was the first recipient of the American Historical Association's Award for Scholarly Distinction in 1985. 666. Author Biography. Country of Publication. History & Military.

The new sixth edition of the leading text in contemporary European history is now thoroughly revised with up-to-date scholarship.

Its coverage of southern and eastern Europe is expanded, as is its coverage of social history―especially women’s history. It charts the theme of globalization starting with the 1890s and moving through to post-9/11. This new edition also examines how twenty-first-century Europe has addressed issues such as immigration and migration, economic globalization, environmental degradation, and terrorism.

Lightseeker
it's good
Kulasius
This book was an interesting read for those looking for a comprehensive look at Modern Europe. While the book itself is easy to read the material went just deep enough into the facts of history to encourage research on your own. If a person is looking for a braud spectrum look at the end of a SuperPower Europe, this is it.
Malien
I got the book today. It is in good condition. Much better than most used books. It does have markings from the or a previous owner but it is a used book.
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Sagda
I bought this book for a class, so I wasn't too excited about having to read it. All-in-all if you enjoy books on European History especially revolving around both World War, you will enjoy this book.
August
This is the best introduction to Europe in the last century. I've read Jeremy Popkin for survey of French history, Walter Arnstein for survey to British history, and Mary Fulbrook for German. Fulbrook is very good but Gilbert is the best! Interesting sentences and well-crafted narratives.
Gamba
a great book on the "European era," but (so?) not exactly correct on the info provided by its world maps (at least in the fifth edition). The world maps on page 33 and 175 fail to indicate Formosa (Taiwan) as one of the then-colonies of the Japanese Empire.
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