HISB93H3 Lecture 10: lecture 10

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L10 - reordering europe, east and west - (perhaps) wwii as a social revolution: european devastation, 1945 - the impact and legacy of total war. Why was there no revolution in europe after wwii as there was after wwi: political reordering . Wartime allied conferences: teheran (1943), yalta (february 1945), potsdam (july 1945) The division of germany and the hardening of cold war alliances: economic reordering . Birth of the welfare state and the reorientation of state responsibilities. The economic road to european union - european coal and steel community, 1952. One who wrote the script for the film was a previous political prisoner. Anticipating demand, sending children to concentration camps. Vichy syndrome - the memory of vichy and its collaboration almost as a disease. After 1950s urbanization, decline of agriculture. Wwi had more territorial readjustment, debate with reparations, issues that define how the wwi ended - what interwar period would look like.

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