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Anglo-German Relations During the Labour Governments 1964-1970: NATO strategy and European Integration

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Manchester University Press 2007. Macintyre, Terry. Hardback with dust jacket. Book Condition: brand new, looks unread. Blue cloth binding with silver lettering on spine, unmarked and undamaged. Dust jacket has a very few indented marks but no shelf wear or other damage. All pages in pristine condition, spine tight and unbroken.

Speaking at West Point in 1962, Dean Acheson observed that Britain had lost an empire and had still to find a new role. This book explains why, in the following years, as Britain's Labour government contemplated withdrawal from east of Suez, ministers came to see that Britain's future role would be as a force within Europe. To this end, and in order to gain entry into the European Economic Community, a close relationship with the Federal Republic of Germany would be essential. This account of Anglo-German relations during the 1960s reveals fascinating insights into how both governments reacted to a series of complex issues and why, despite differences which might have led to strains, a good understanding was maintained. Terry Macintyre's innovative approach brings together material covering NATO strategy, detente and European integration, making the volume fascinating and essential reading for students and enthusiasts of contemporary British and German political history

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Author(s):
Macintyre, Terry
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
259
Publisher:
Manchester University Press
Title:
Anglo-German Relations During the Labour Governments 1964-1970: NATO strategy and European Integration

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Manchester University Press 2007. Macintyre, Terry. Hardback with dust jacket. Book Condition: brand new, looks unread. Blue cloth binding with silver lettering on spine, unmarked and undamaged. Dust jacket has a very few indented marks but no shelf wear or other damage. All pages in pristine condition, spine tight and unbroken.

Speaking at West Point in 1962, Dean Acheson observed that Britain had lost an empire and had still to find a new role. This book explains why, in the following years, as Britain's Labour government contemplated withdrawal from east of Suez, ministers came to see that Britain's future role would be as a force within Europe. To this end, and in order to gain entry into the European Economic Community, a close relationship with the Federal Republic of Germany would be essential. This account of Anglo-German relations during the 1960s reveals fascinating insights into how both governments reacted to a series of complex issues and why, despite differences which might have led to strains, a good understanding was maintained. Terry Macintyre's innovative approach brings together material covering NATO strategy, detente and European integration, making the volume fascinating and essential reading for students and enthusiasts of contemporary British and German political history

Author(s):
Macintyre, Terry
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
259
Publisher:
Manchester University Press
Title:
Anglo-German Relations During the Labour Governments 1964-1970: NATO strategy and European Integration

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