The New history : trends in historical research and writing since World War II. / Edited by Walter Laqueur & George L. Mosse
- Journal of contemporary history ; 4 and Harper torchbooks ; TB1327
- Some American observations, by J. H. Hexter -- The writing of contemporary history, by D. Thomson -- France, work in progress, by R. Rémond -- Italy, trends and problems, by C. Pavone -- Germany, after the catastrophe, by H. Herzfeld -- United States, the reassessment of liberalism, by R. J. Wilson -- Poland, some recent revaluations, by F. Ryszka -- India, after independence, by S. Ray -- Czechoslovakia, the state of historiography, by K. Bartošek -- Spain, the Civil War and after, by J. Romero-Maura -- Holland, the shock of 1940, by H. W. von der Dunk--Sweden, secrecy and neutrality, by K. Wahlbäck -- United States, the 'new' political history, by A. G. Bogue -- Britain: soldiers and biographers, by R. R. James -- Hungary, recovering from the past, by Z. Horvath -- Greece, achievement and possibilities, by S. Svolopoulos -- Yugoslavia, work in progress, by D. Djordjevic.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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