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Eastern Europe since 1945

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This essential text has been fully revised, updated and expandedto take account of new material and events since the publication of thethird edition. The last chapters focus on theinclusion of most of the Eastern European states into the EU and thebook nowalso features more tables, maps and Further Reading. ...more
Paperback, 344 pages
Published November 15th 2009 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published April 1st 1993)
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Daniel Hammer
I used this book as a text for a class on Eastern Europe. My aim is not to teach straight history, but to teach themes of life which have both historical and contemporary importance. Students, however, generally want, and sometimes need, a text that helps them put everything in order and to get their contexts clear. This was the reason I chose this book.
Unfortunately, I doubt that I would use it again. Swain & Swain's book is wonderfully organized. Each chapter focuses on a period of time li
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