A-Z of Modern Europe Since 1789 by Martin Polley

By Martin Polley

An A-Z of recent Europe 1789-1999 is a entire dictionary which defines glossy Europe via its very important occasions and other people. It contains entries on:
* key humans from Napoleon Bonaparte to Hitler
* key political and armed forces events
* influential political, social, cultural and financial theories.
An A-Z of recent Europe 1789-1999 deals available and concise definitions of approximately a thousand separate goods. The publication is cross-referenced and hence presents linked hyperlinks and connections whereas the appendices include crucial additional details. The e-book comprises 5 worthy maps to lead the reader alongside.

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A member of the Social Democratic party (SPD) from 1930, Frahm left Germany in 1933 on the Nazi accessionto power (see THIRD REICH), and lived in Norway until 1940, where he gained citizenship and took on the name of 'Brandt'. When Norway fell to Germany in the SECOND WORLD WAR, he moved to Sweden,working from there for the German RESISTANCE. He returned to Germanyin 1945, and rejoined the SPD in 1947. He was electedto the FederalRepublic of Germany's (FRG) parliament in 1949, and to Berlin's city assembly in 1950.

Carlism re-emergedin 1846 when guerrilla attacks on the Spanisharmy started again, this time in support of Montemolin, Charles' son, but this failed to gain the full backing of the rebels of the 1830s and was defeatedby 1849 (see also REVOLUTIONS OF 1848). The movement was clearly splintered by this time, with only some common issues- such as distrust of urban capitalism and Madridbacked centralism - holding the Carlists together. Carlists were involved in the plots against Isabella that led to her departure from Spain in the SPANISH REVOLUTION of 1868, and in the subsequent civil war.

Bruning, Heinrich (1885-1970) German politician. After serving throughout the FIRST WORLD WAR, gaining an Iron Cross in 1918, Bruning enterednational politics in 1924 as a Centreparty deputy, and was appointed Chancellor in 1930 thanks to his knowledge of economics(see WEIMAR REPUBLIC). He introducedvariousradical mea- Brussels, treaty of suresin an attemptto lessenthe impact of the DEPRESSION on Germany, including deflation, tax rises, and retrenchmentin governmentspending,while also attempting to break down the VERSAILLES settlement by stressingGermany'seconomicinstability to the allies.

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