Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: Conceptions of Europe in Germany, 1926-1950.
New York, USA and Oxford, UK: Berghahn.
This monograph seeks to to contextualize and ‘Europeanize’ post-Second World War support for European integration in Germany, analyzing continuities between interwar, wartime and post-war debates about unifying Europe both within and beyond Germany, focusing particularly on transnational political groups that formed among exile communities. It is also a contribution to recent research initiatives that have more critically assessed the growth in support for a united Europe after the Second World War and which have enriched the study of European integration from an earlier focus on primarily diplomatic processes and institutional histories.
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