Europe From Below: An Assessment of Franco-German Popular Contacts

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Europe From Below: An Assessment of Franco-German Popular Contacts

By John E. Farquharson and Stephen C. Holt
Allen & Unwin, 1975
218 pp.
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The many contacts between French and German citizens, some facilitated by government agreements and policies, others developing autonomously, and almost all contributing in some measure to the reconciliation of the two peoples that had known each other better in wars than in peace. A useful study that views the Franco-German experience as a possible model for Europe and that touches on a range of topics from Astérix to economics.

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