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Daftary - Chapter 01

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Buy and Download Description If the historian takes a bird's-eye view of the changing political map of Europe since the end of the Second World War, the well-known characterisation of Europe as unity in diversity almost automatically springs to mind. From the late 1940s, under pressure from the United States in the West and the Soviet Union in the East – some of it subtle, some less so – the diversity of Europe was largely relegated to the background. The prevailing catchword was unity: in Western Europe under the banner of Western European integration (whose individual stages since the Schuman Plan was sanctioned cannot be discussed here), and in the East with the ruthless 'Sovietisation' of the broad band of states from Poland to Czechoslovakia and Hungary, right down to Bulgaria and Albania. In postwar Europe only a few states within the former Soviet Union's sphere of influence were able to avoid this process for any length of time, amongst them certainly Yugoslavia and Finland and also, to some extent, Poland, Romania and later Hungary. If the historian takes a bird's-eye view of the changing political map of Europe since the end of the Second World War, the well-known characterisation of Europe as unity in diversity almost automatically springs to mind. From the late 1940s, unde
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