Browsing by Subject "Second World War"

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Browsing by Subject "Second World War"

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  • Blair, Alasdair (Book chapter)
    The European Union (EU) consists of the largest group of advanced industrial economies in the world. Its origins can be traced to plans that were set down in the interwar period of the 1920s to overcome tension between ...
  • Blair, Alasdair (Book chapter)
    Jean Monnet (1888-1979) is regarded as the founding father of the European Union (EU). A technocrat who was never a member of a political party, he played a key role in providing the intellectual stimulus behind European ...
  • Taylor, Matthew (Article)
    The image of World War Two as a ‘people’s war,’ during which a new sense of British national identity was forged, has initiated considerable scholarly inquiry in recent years. Some have argued for a remaking of Britishness ...
  • Blair, Alasdair (Book chapter)
    The ‘special relationship’ between the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States of America (US) refers to the particularly close economic, political, and security relationships that exist between the two countries. Although ...
  • Featherstone, S. (Book chapter)
    The chapter explores the ways in which the verse of Gertrude Stein, Mina Loy and E. J. Scovell challenge canonic expectations of the content of war poetry and of the political role of the war poet.