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Dan Stone is Professor of Modern History at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is a historian of ideas who has written or edited fourteen books on subjects including the Holocaust, genocide, fascism and eugenics, including the The Oxford Handbook of Postwar European History.
Table of Contents
Preface Part I: The Rise of the Postwar Consensus 1. Consensus Enforced: Eastern Europe, 1944-1953 2. Consensus of Silence: Western Europe, 1944-1953 Part II: Boom to Bust 3. Golden Year: Western Europe, 1953-1975 4. Catching Up? Eastern Europe, 1953-1975 Part III: Shock Treatment 5. Neo-Liberalism: Western Europe, 1975-1989 6. Gerontocracy: Eastern Europe, 1975-1989 Part IV: The Fall of the Postwar Consensus 7. Consensus Shattered 8. Memory Wars Conclusion Notes Index