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The New history; trends in historical research and writing since World War II.

Author: Walter Laqueur; George L Mosse
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1967]
Series: Harper torchbooks, TB1327; Journal of contemporary history (New York), 4.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
New history.
New York, Harper & Row [1967]
(OCoLC)652341162
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Laqueur; George L Mosse
OCLC Number: 431817
Description: 265 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Some American observations, by J.H. Hexter.--The writing of contemporary history, by D. Thomson.--France, work in progress, by R. Rémond.--Italy, trends and problems, by C. Pavone.--Germany, after the catastrophe, by H. Herzfeld.--United States, the reassessment of liberalism, by R.J. Wilson.--Poland, some recent revaluations, by F. Ryszka.--India, after independence, by S. Ray.--Czechoslovakia, the state of historiography, by K. Bartošek.--Spain, the Civil War and after, by J. Romero-Maura.--Holland, the shock of 1940, by H.W. von der Dunk.--Sweden, secrecy and neutrality, by K. Wahlbäck.--United States, the 'new' political history, by A.G. Bogue.--Britain: soldiers and biographers, by R.R. James.--Hungary, recovering from the past, by Z. Horvath.--Greece, achievement and possibilities, by S. Svolopoulos.--Yugoslavia, work in progress, by D. Djordjevic.
Series Title: Harper torchbooks, TB1327; Journal of contemporary history (New York), 4.
Responsibility: Edited by Walter Laqueur & George L. Mosse.

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