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In Europe's Name : Germany and the Divided Continent

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  3 reviews
For forty-five years Europe was divided, and at the center of that divided continent lay a divided Germany. In this brilliantly nuanced book, one of our most respected authorities on Central Europe tells the story of German reunification. Garton Ash has produced a panoramic, dramatic, and definitive account of events that are continuing to transform the map of Europe.
Paperback, 680 pages
Published November 1st 1994 by Vintage Books (first published August 1st 1993)
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Gary Brim
Interesting and informative book whose value is diminished by its format and organization.

Twenty years after it was written, this book could be very valuable to a reader looking for a comprehensive view of the events and policies leading up to the unification of Germany, and its impact upon Europe, from the perspective of just after the unification.

The problem is the structure of the book doesn't lend itself to use as a reference book. Chapters and subheadings are few, with the structure more l
Marshall Robinson
This is the story of how a divided city (Berlin) in a divided country (Germany) in a divided continent (Europe) managed the cold war in a way that resulted in the reunion of all German people when that war ended. This is a very interesting history of a major facet of the cold war and of how it ended.
Lazarus P Badpenny Esq
Forensic and fair-minded if, self-confessedly, lacking access to some of the most pertinent data.
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