A Chronological History of the European Union 1946-1998
By: Wim F. V. Vanthoor (author)Hardback
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This seminal reference tool provides a detailed chronological account of the development of European integration from the fragmentation at the end of the Second World War to the launch of the Euro on 31st December 1998. It offers a descriptive summary of important events, measures, arrangements, conferences and ideas that shaped the progress towards integration.
Wim Vanthoor's chronology reveals that the attainment of political unions referred to by Winston Churchill in 1946 as `The United States of Europe', was on the one hand a controversial point in the struggle for integration while on the other it was always kept in view as the ultimate objective. The author comes to the conclusion that with the creation of the economic and monetary union the efforts to achieve European political unification have reached an interim phase. Previous experience suggests that, in the long run, the European Union needs to be deepened in order to create the supranationality which the founding fathers of the European Community already had in mind when they signed the Treaty of Rome in 1957.
This reference work will prove invaluable to students, scholars and professionals interested in the development of the European Union.
The late Wim F.V. Vanthoor, formerly Assistant Manager, Research Department and Head of the Historical Section, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Contents: Preface Introduction Chronology 1946-1998 Index
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