Common section

Europe: A History

Europe: A History

From the Ice Age to the Cold War, from Reykjavik to the Volga, from Minos to Margaret Thatcher, Norman Davies here tells the entire story of Europe in a single volume. It is the most ambitious history of the continent ever undertaken.

Preface

The Legend of Europa

Introduction

I. Peninsula: Environment and Prehistory

II. Hellas: Ancient Greece

III. Roma: Ancient Rome, 753 BC–AD 337

IV. Origo: The Birth of Europe, AD c. 330–800

IV. Origo: The Birth of Europe, AD c. 330–800 - Part II

V. Medium: The Middle Age, c. 750–1270

V. Medium: The Middle Age, c. 750–1270 - Part II

VI. Pestis: Christendom in Crisis, c. 1250–1493

VI. Pestis: Christendom in Crisis, c. 1250–1493 - Part II

VII. Renatio: Renaissances and Reformations, c. 1450–1670

VII. Renatio: Renaissances and Reformations, c. 1450–1670 - Part II

VIII. Lumen: Enlightenment and Absolutism, c. 1650–1789

VIII. Lumen: Enlightenment and Absolutism, c. 1650–1789 - Part II

IX. Revolutio: A Continent in Turmoil, c. 1770–1815

IX. Revolutio: A Continent in Turmoil, c. 1770–1815 - Part II

X. Dynamo: Powerhouse of the World, 1815–1914

X. Dynamo: Powerhouse of the World, 1815–1914 - Part II

X. Dynamo: Powerhouse of the World, 1815–1914 - Part III

XI. Tenebrae: Europe in Eclipse, 1914–1945

XI. Tenebrae: Europe in Eclipse, 1914–1945 - Part II

XI. Tenebrae: Europe in Eclipse, 1914–1945 - Part III

XI. Tenebrae: Europe in Eclipse, 1914–1945 - Part IV

XII. Divisa et Indivisa: Europe Divided and Undivided, 1945–1991

XII. Divisa et Indivisa: Europe Divided and Undivided, 1945–1991 - Part II

APPENDIX - HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM - Part II

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM - Part III

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM - Part IV

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM - Part V

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM - Part VI

HISTORICAL COMPENDIUM - Part VII

APPENDIX II - NOTES ON PLATES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS