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Lecture 20

HIST 1400 Lecture Notes - Comecon, German Reunification, Warsaw Pact

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Spring 2018

Department
History
Course Code
HIST 1400
Professor
Edward Guimont
Lecture
20

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Notes 4/25/18
European Unification
Historical Precedents
Napoleon: The ‘Continental System’
Hitler: The ‘New Order of Europe’
Postwar First Steps
Winston Churchill proposes the ‘United States of Europe’ in 1946
Only for continent
Does not include Britain
Established in much more basic form as the council of europe in 1949
Goal: Western solidarity against communism
1949: NATO established
European Coal and Steel Commission (ECSC)
1946: Monnet Plan
France to control Rhineland of Germany;implemented in 1949 when West
Germany established
1952: ECSC established as replacement for French occupation of Rhineland; West
Germany granted NATO membership; Marshall Plan ends
European Economic Community (EEC)
1957: Treaty of Rome creates European Economic Community
1967: EEC, ECSC, Euratom (European Nuclear energy Agency) merge to form European
Community (EC)
1966: France withdraws from NATO military alliance
Britain and Europe
1961-1962: UK first applies to join European Economic Community (EEC) under
Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan; Vetoed by French President Charles de
Gaulle
1967: UK applies again to join EEC under Labour
1980s Expansion
UKs 1973 entry accompanied by its fellow EFTA members, ensuring EEC dominance
In 1980’s, Greece, Spain, and Portugal enter EEC - All extremely poor, and very recently
dictatorships, shifting dynamic of EEC members
1990’s
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Notes 42518 European Unification Historical Precedents Napoleon: The Continental System Hitler: The New Order of Europe Postwar First Steps Winston Churchill proposes the United States of Europe in 1946 Only for continent Does not include Britain Established in much more basic form as the council of europe in 1949 Goal: Western solidarity against communism 1949: NATO established European Coal and Steel Commission (ECSC) 1946: Monnet Plan France to control Rhineland of Germany;implemented in 1949 when West Germany established 1952: ECSC established as replacement for French occupation of Rhineland; West Germany granted NATO membership; Marshall Plan ends European Economic Community (EEC) 1957: Treaty of Rome creates European Economic Community 1967: EEC, ECSC, Euratom (European Nuclear energy Agency) merge to form European Community (EC) 1966: France withdraws from NATO military alliance Britain and Europe 19611962: UK first applies to join European Economic Community (EEC) under Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan; Vetoed by French President Charles de Gaulle 1967: UK applies again to join EEC under Labour 1980s Expansion UKs 1973 entry accompanied by its fellow EFTA members, ensuring EEC dominance In 1980s, Greece, Spain, and Portugal enter EEC All extremely poor, and very recently dictatorships, shifting dynamic of EEC members 1990s
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