Tag Archives: Transnational History

Adam Tooze: Remaking of Global Order, 1916-31

delugeAdam Tooze’s The Deluge: The Great War and the Remaking of Global Order, 1916-1931 has been included in the Financial Time‘s Books of 2014: ‘Tooze’s book […] possesses the virtue of analysing the 1920s not as a prelude to the Great Depression, the rise of the dictators and another global conflict, but as a decade worthy of study in its own right.’

Financial Times
The Guardian
Foreign Affairs


Limited Friendship: Germany and Turkey, 1918-33

turkeySabine Mangold-Will’s study of the relationship of the Weimar Republic and Turkey describes the construction of a myth of a friendship and cultural connection that was used by both countries in the push for a revision of the Versailles Treaty and the fight against a perceived unrestricted modernization in general.

–> Review (in German)

CfP: Fascism without Borders

Fascism without Borders.

Transnational Connections and Cooperation among Movements and Regimes in Europe between 1918 and 1945

Freie Universität Berlin

20 – 21 June 2014

Deadline for Abstracts: 30 September 2013

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European History Online

EGO_logotype_enEGO (European History Online) is a multi-media portal to 500 years of European history in transnational perspective, featuring articles by esteemed scholars and experts: ‘EGO | Eu­ro­pean His­tory On­line is a tran­scul­tural his­tory of Eu­rope on the In­ter­net. The pro­ject in­ves­ti­gates processes of in­ter­cul­tural ex­change in Eu­ro­pean his­tory whose im­pact ex­tended be­yond state, na­tional and cul­tural bor­ders. Continue reading