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Preface A Note on the Bibliographical Essay Introduction: What is Europe? Part One - The European Age 1 ~ December 14, 1900 2 ~ The Democracies and Their Dilemmas 3 ~ The Authoritarian States 4 ~ Foreign Policies 5 ~ European Peripheries Part Two - End of Hegemony 6 ~ World War I 7 ~ War’s Immediate Impact: Russian and other Revolutions 8 ~ The Consequences of the Peace 9 ~ Hard Landings: From Crisis to False Prosperity Part Three – An Age of Dictators 10 ~ The Great Depression Era and the Liberal Democracies 11 ~ The Crisis of Democracy in Eastern and Southern Europe 12 ~ Mussolini’s Fascism 13 ~ Stalin’s Communism 14 ~ The Nazi Assault on Weimar 15 ~ Hitler’s Nazism 16 ~ Interwar Society and Culture 17 ~ Diplomacy Between the Wars: The Collapse of Peace 18 ~ The German Tide Over Europe 19 ~ Inside Hitler’s Europe: Military Occupation and Genocide 20 ~ How the War Was Won Part Four - Dual Europe 21 ~ Making Postwar Europe 22 ~ Economic Integration and Political Stabilization in the West 23 ~ Failure of EFTA and Expansion of the European Community 24 ~ Decolonization 25 ~ Stalinism and Actually Existing Socialism 26 ~ De-Stalinization and Destabilization 27 ~ The Shifting Economic Framework and Political Change in the West 28 ~ Continuity and Change 29 ~ Evolution of Society 30 ~ Cultural Dimensions 31 ~ Stagnation and Failed Reform in the East 32 ~ The Collapse of Communism 33 ~ Europe in a Global Age: Problems and Prospects