To hell and back book kershaw
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To Hell and Back : Ian Kershaw :There are good reasons for this. At one key juncture after another, its leaders and mobilised people created conditions, and ultimately catastrophes, to which other leaders and peoples could only — usually belatedly and ineffectively — react. It makes sense to focus a history of Europe in this era on the problem of Germany. But how to tell that story? After all we know how it all ends; the smouldering ashes of are visible from the start. Historians have dealt with that conundrum differently — some recovering ordinary lives, others piling on descriptions of atrocities to spur moral outrage. Kershaw follows none of these paths.
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To Hell and Back : Europe, 1914-1949
Polish soldiers close border. Rise of Austrian right. Grim jobs report. Shocking British vote. Germans want sanctions against Russia. Europe migrant crisis boils over.
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