By Stefan Berger
- Consists of 32 chapters written via top overseas scholars
- Balances insurance of political, diplomatic and overseas historical past with dialogue of monetary, social and cultural concerns
- Covers either jap and Western ecu states, together with Britain
- Pays massive realization to smaller nations in addition to to the nice powers
- Compares specific phenomena and advancements throughout Europe
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A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe, 1789 - 1914: 1789-1914 (Blackwell Companions to European History) by Stefan Berger