Roller-Coaster: Europe, 1950-2017

Roller-Coaster: Europe, 1950-2017

After the overwhelming horrors of the first half of the 20th century, described by Ian Kershaw in his previous book as being 'to Hell and back', the years from 1950 to 2017 brought peace and relative prosperity to most of Europe. Enormous economic improvements transformed the continent. The catastrophic era of the world wars receded into an ever more distant past, though i After the overwhelming horrors of the first half of the 20th century, described by Ian Kershaw in his previous book as be...

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Title:Roller-Coaster: Europe, 1950-2017
Author:Ian Kershaw
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Genres:History
ISBN:Roller-Coaster: Europe, 1950-2017
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:656 pages pages

Roller-Coaster: Europe, 1950-2017 Reviews

  • Liviu
    May 09, 2018
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  • Andrew
    Apr 14, 2018
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    May 20, 2018
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    Nov 20, 2018
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    Oct 20, 2018
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    Dec 10, 2018
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  • Riet
    Nov 23, 2018
    Dit boek verdient alleen al 5 sterren voor de ongelofelijke hoeveelheid werk, die de schrijver er voor heeft verzet. Heel interessant. voor mij vooral de eerste 30 jaar na 1950. Daarna ligt alles nog redelijk in het geheugen. Kershaw geeft nog eens gedetaileerd weer hoe de Europese Uni...
  • Titus Hjelm
    Dec 04, 2018
    Solid, but somewhat uninspired history in the liberal tradition. Nothing controversial--although on austerity Kershaw is unclear: cuts are bad, but keynesianism doesn't seem to work either--but nothing exciting either. 'Islamic terrorism' gets disproportionate attention considering the...
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    May 24, 2018
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    Sep 09, 2018
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  • Dan
    Nov 07, 2018
    A general history needs some way to put its own spin on familiar facts. Kershaw doesn't manage that. Everything feels like it could have come straight from the newspaper headlines, with occasional (and un-insightful) interjections from the op-ed pages. ...
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    May 12, 2018
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    Mar 29, 2018
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    Nov 02, 2018
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    May 23, 2018
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    May 17, 2018
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    May 22, 2018
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  • Daniel1974nlgmail.com
    Nov 16, 2018
    Perhaps better than Joudt's Post War. According to Kershaw himself, the most beautifull book he ever wrote but arguably also the best book he ever wrote. It should be mandatory reading for every European politician or individual that thinks Europe should be dismantled. Though quite...