Franco-German relations over the last century and a half have been characterized by a complex pattern of attraction and repulsion that is crucial to an understanding of the new Europe.
In a famous passage in a speech to the House of Commons in 1922, Winston Churchill characterized the aftermath of the Great War:Great Empires have been overturned.
Review of Donald Prater's Thomas Mann: A Life (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995).
François Duchêne, Jean Monnet: The First Statesman of Interdependence (New York: W.
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