Europe Since 1945: An Encyclopedia

Filling two large volumes in its print version, this comprehensive reference work contains over 800 entries. Its scope includes all of Europe and the successor states to the former Soviet Union. The volumes provide a broad coverage of topics, with an emphasis on politics, governments, organizations, people, and events crucial to an understanding of postwar Europe.

Entries include: * Konrad Adenauer * Belgium, civil society and pressure groups * Michel Foucault * France, decentralization; May 1968; Pieds Noirs * Germany, religion; reparations * Andre Gromyko * Vaclav Havel * Latvia, citizenship issue, political parties * Norway, language; social services * Poland, art; censorship * and much more.

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Europe Since 1945: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Bernard A. Cook. Garland Publishing, Inc.,2001. Routledge Politics and International Relations Online. Taylor & Francis.24 September 2017 <>