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Table of Contents

Volume 1
Introduction xix
Maps of Europe, 1789 to 1914 xxix
Chronology xxxvii
A
Abdul-Hamid II
Absinthe
Action Francaise
Acton, John
Addis Ababa, Treaty of
Adler, Alfred
Adler, Victor
Adrianople
Africa
Agassiz, Louis
Agricultural Revolution
Airplanes
Albania
Alcohol and Temperance
Alexander I
Alexander II
Alexander III
Alexandra
Algeria
Alliance System
Alsace-Lorraine
Amsterdam
Anarchism
Anarchosyndicalism
Andreas-Salome, Lou
Anneke, Mathilde-Franziska
Anticlericalism
Anti-Semitism
Aristocracy
Armenia
Armies
Arnold, Matthew
Artisans and Guilds
Art Nouveau
Asquith, Herbert Henry
Associations, Voluntary
Atget, Eugene
Athens
Auclert, Hubertine
Augspurg, Anita
Austen, Jane
Austerlitz
Australia
Austria-Hungary
Austro-Prussian War
Automobile
Avant-Garde
B
Baden-Powell, Robert
Bagehot, Walter
Bakunin, Mikhail
Balkan Wars
Balzac, Honore de
Banks and Banking
Barbizon Painters
Barcelona
Barres, Maurice
Barry, Charles
Baudelaire, Charles
Baumer, Gertrud
Beards
Beardsley, Aubrey
Bebel, August
Beethoven, Ludwig van
Belgium
Belgrade
Belinsky, Vissarion
Bely, Andrei
Bentham, Jeremy
Berdyayev, Nikolai
Bergson, Henri
Berlin
Berlin Conference
Berlioz, Hector
Bernadotte, Jean-Baptiste
Bernard, Claude
Bernhardt, Sarah
Bernstein, Eduard
Bethmann Hollweg, Theobald von
Bismarck, Otto von
Black Hand
Black Sea
Blake, William
Blanc, Louis
Blanqui, Auguste
Blok, Alexander
Body
Boer War
Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia
Bolsheviks
Bonald, Louis de
Bonapartism
Borodino
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bosphorus
Boulanger Affair
Boulangism
Bourgeoisie
Boxer Rebellion
Brahms, Johannes
Braille, Louis
Brentano, Franz
Bronte, Charlotte and Emily
Brougham, Henry
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom
Brussels
Brussels Declaration
Budapest
Bulgaria
Bund, Jewish
Burckhardt, Jacob
Bureaucracy
Burke, Edmund
Business Firms and Economic Growth
Butler, Josephine
Byron, George Gordon
C
Cabarets
Cabet, Etienne
Caillaux, Joseph
Cajal, Santiago Ramon y
Canada
Canova, Antonio
Capitalism
Captain Swing
Carbonari
Carducci, Giosue
Caribbean
Carlism
Carlsbad Decrees
Carlyle, Thomas
Carpenter, Edward
Castlereagh, Viscount (Robert Stewart)
Catherine II
Catholicism
Catholicism, Political
Cavour, Count (Camillo Benso)
Center Party
Central Asia
Cezanne, Paul
Chaadayev, Peter
Chadwick, Edwin
Chamberlain, Houston Stewart
Chamberlain, Joseph
Champollion, Jean-Francois
Charcot, Jean-Martin
Charles X
Charles Albert
Chartism
Chateaubriand, Francois-Rene
Chekhov, Anton
Chemistry
Childhood and Children
China
Cholera
Chopin, Frederic
Cinema
Cities and Towns
Citizenship
Civilization, Concept of
Civil Society
Class and Social Relations
Clausewitz, Carl von
Clemenceau, Georges
Clothing, Dress, and Fashion
Coal Mining
Cobbett, William
Cobden, Richard
Cobden-Chevalier Treaty
Cockerill, John
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Colonialism
Volume 2
C (continued)
Colonies
Combination Acts
Commercial Policy
Committee of Public Safety
Communism
Comte, Auguste
Concert of Europe
Concordat of 1801
Congress of Berlin
Congress of Troppau
Congress of Vienna
Conrad, Joseph
Conservatism
Constable, John
Constant, Benjamin
Consumerism
Continental System
Cooperative Movements
Corn Laws, Repeal of
Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille
Cossacks
Counterrevolution
Courbet, Gustave
Crime
Crimean War
Crispi, Francesco
Croce, Benedetto
Cruikshank, George
Crystal Palace
Cubism
Curie, Marie
Curzon, George
Cuvier, Georges
Cycling
Czartoryski, Adam
D
Daguerre, Louis
Danish-German War
D'Annunzio, Gabriele
Danton, Georges-Jacques
Darwin, Charles
Daumier, Honore
David, Jacques-Louis
Davies, Emily
Deak, Ferenc
Death and Burial
Debussy, Claude
Decadence
Degas, Edgar
Degeneration
Delacroix, Eugene
Delcasse, Theophile
Demography
Denmark
Deraismes, Maria
Deroin, Jeanne
De Vries, Hugo
Diaghilev, Sergei
Dickens, Charles
Diet and Nutrition
Dilthey, Wilhelm
Diplomacy
Directory
Disease
Disraeli, Benjamin
Dohm, Hedwig
Dore, Gustave
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor
Doyle, Arthur Conan
Dreadnought
Dreyfus Affair
Drugs
Drumont, Edouard
Dublin
Dueling
Durand, Marguerite
Durkheim, Emile
Dvorak, Antonin
E
Eastern Question
East India Company
Economic Growth and Industrialism
Economists, Classical
Education
Edward VII
Egypt
Ehrlich, Paul
Eiffel Tower
Einstein, Albert
Electricity
Eliot, George
Ellis, Havelock
Emigration
Endecja
Engels, Friedrich
Engineers
Environment
Estates-General
Eugenics
Eurasianism
Evolution
Exile, Penal
Explorers
F
Fabians
Factories
Fashoda Affair
Fauvism
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett
Federalist Revolt
Feminism
Ferdinand I
Ferdinand VII
Ferry, Jules
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb
Fin de Siecle
Finland and the Baltic Provinces
First International
Flaneur
Flaubert, Gustave
Fontane, Theodor
Football (Soccer)
Forster, E. M.
Fouche, Joseph
Fourier, Charles
Fox, Charles James
France
Francis I
Francis Ferdinand
Francis Joseph
Franco-Austrian War
Franco-Prussian War
Frankfurt Parliament
Frazer, James
Frederick III
Frederick William III
Frederick William IV
Freemasons
Frege, Gottlob
French Revolution
French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic
Wars
Freud, Sigmund
Friedrich, Caspar David
Furniture
Futurism
G
Gagern, Heinrich von
Gaj, Ljudevit
Gall, Franz Joseph
Galton, Francis
Gambetta, Leon-Michel
Garibaldi, Giuseppe
Gaskell, Elizabeth
Gaudi, Antonio
Gauguin, Paul
Gender
Generation of 1898
Geneva Convention
George IV
Gericault, Theodore
Germany
Giolitti, Giovanni
Girondins
Gissing, George
Gladstone, William
Glinka, Mikhail
Godwin, William
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
Gogol, Nikolai
Goncharov, Ivan
Goncourt, Edmond and Jules de
Gorky, Maxim
Gouges, Olympe de
Goya, Francisco
Great Britain
Great Reforms (Russia)
Greece
Grimm Brothers
Guesde, Jules
Guimard, Hector
Guizot, Francois
H
Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich
Hague Conferences
Haiti
Hamburg
Hardenberg, Karl August von
Hardie, James Keir
Hardy, Thomas
Haussmann, Georges-Eugene
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
Heine, Heinrich
Helmholtz, Hermann von
Herder, Johann Gottfried
Hertz, Heinrich
Herzen, Alexander
Herzl, Theodor
Hirschfeld, Magnus
History
Hobson, John A.
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von
Holderlin, Johann Christian Friedrich
Holy Alliance
Homosexuality and Lesbianism
Housing
Hugo, Victor
Humboldt, Alexander and Wilhelm von
Hundred Days
Husserl, Edmund
Huxley, Thomas Henry
Huysmans, Joris-Karl
Volume 3
I
Ibsen, Henrik
Immigration and Internal Migration
Imperialism
Impressionism
India
Indochina
Industrial Revolution, First
Industrial Revolution, Second
Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique
Intellectuals
Intelligentsia
International Law
Ireland
Istanbul
Italy
J
Jacobins
Jadids
Japan
Jarry, Alfred
Jaures, Jean
Jelacic, Josip
Jena, Battle of
Jenner, Edward
Jewish Emancipation
Jews and Judaism
Jingoism
John, Archduke of Austria
Jomini, Antoine-Henri de
Jung, Carl Gustav
K
Kadets
Kafka, Franz
Kandinsky, Vasily
Karadjordje
Kautsky, Karl
Kelvin, Lord (William Thomson)
Kierkegaard, Soren
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Kipling, Rudyard
Kitchener, Horatio Herbert
Klimt, Gustav
Koch, Robert
Kosciuszko, Tadeusz
Kossuth, Lajos
Krafft-Ebing, Richard von
Kropotkin, Peter
Krupp
Kuliscioff, Anna
Kulturkampf
Kutuzov, Mikhail
L
Labor Movements
Labour Party
Laennec, Rene
Lafayette, Marquis de
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste
Lamartine, Alphonse
Landed Elites
Larrey, Dominique-Jean
Lasker-Schuler, Else
Lassalle, Ferdinand
Lavoisier, Antoine
Law, Theories of
LeBon, Gustave
Ledru-Rollin, Alexandre-Auguste
Leipzig, Battle of
Leisure
Lenin, Vladimir
Leo XIII
Leopardi, Giacomo
Leopold I
Leopold II
Lesseps, Ferdinand-Marie de
Levee en Masse
Liberalism
Libraries
Liebermann, Max
Liebknecht, Karl
List, Georg Friedrich
Lister, Joseph
Liszt, Franz
Literacy
Lithuania
Lloyd George, David
Lombroso, Cesare
London
Loos, Adolf
Louis II
Louis XVI
Louis XVIII
Louis-Philippe
Lovett, William
Luddism
Lueger, Karl
Lumiere, Auguste and Louis
Luxemburg, Rosa
Lyell, Charles
Lyon
M
Macaulay, Thomas Babington
Mach, Ernst
Machine Breaking
Madrid
Mafia
Mahler, Gustav
Mahmud II
Maistre, Joseph de
Majuba Hill
Malatesta, Errico
Malthus, Thomas Robert
Manchester
Manet, Edouard
Mann, Thomas
Manners and Formality
Manning, Henry
Manzoni, Alessandro
Marat, Jean-Paul
Marconi, Guglielmo
Marie-Antoinette
Markets
Marriage and Family
Martineau, Harriet
Martov, L.
Marx, Karl
Masaryk, Tomas Garrigue
Masculinity
Matisse, Henri
Maurras, Charles
Maxwell, James Clerk
Mazzini, Giuseppe
Mediterranean
Melies, Georges
Mendel, Gregor
Mensheviks
Menzel, Adolph von
Mesmer, Franz Anton
Metternich, Clemens von
Meyerhold, Vsevolod
Michel, Louise
Michelet, Jules
Mickiewicz, Adam
Milan
Military Tactics
Mill, Harriet Taylor
Mill, James
Mill, John Stuart
Millet, Jean-Francois
Millet System
Milyukov, Pavel
Minorities
Missions
Modernism
Moltke, Helmuth von
Mommsen, Theodor
Monet, Claude
Monetary Unions
Montenegro
Montessori, Maria
Morisot, Berthe
Moroccan Crises
Morocco
Morris, William
Moscow
Mozzoni, Anna Maria
Mukden, Battle of
Munch, Edvard
Munchengratz, Treaty of
Museums
Music
Musil, Robert
Mussorgsky, Modest
N
Nadar, Felix
Nanking, Treaty of
Naples
Napoleon
Napoleon III
Napoleonic Code
Napoleonic Empire
Nash, John
Nationalism
Naval Rivalry (Anglo-German)
Navarino
Nechayev, Sergei
Nelson, Horatio
Netherlands
Newman, John Henry
New Zealand
Nicholas I
Nicholas II
Nietzsche, Friedrich
Nightingale, Florence
Nihilists
Nijinsky, Vaslav
Nobel, Alfred
Norton, Caroline
Novalis (Hardenberg, Friedrich von)
Nurses
O
Oceanic Exploration
O'Connell, Daniel
O'Connor, Feargus
Octobrists
Offenbach, Jacques
Old Age
Olympic Games
Omdurman
Opera
Opium Wars
Otto, Louise
Ottoman Empire
Owen, Robert
Volume 4
P
Pacifism
Paganini, Niccolo
Paine, Thomas
Painting
Palacky, Frantisek
Palmerston, Lord (Henry John Temple)
Pankhurst, Emmeline, Christabel, and Sylvia
Pan-Slavism
Papacy
Papal Infallibility
Papal State
Paris
Paris Commune
Parks
Parnell, Charles Stewart
Pasteur, Louis
Pater, Walter
Paul I
Pavlov, Ivan
Pavlova, Anna
Peasants
Peel, Robert
Peguy, Charles
Pelletier, Madeleine
Peninsular War
People's Will
Philhellenic Movement
Photography
Phrenology
Phylloxera
Physics
Picasso, Pablo
Piedmont-Savoy
Pilgrimages
Pinel, Philippe
Pissarro, Camille
Pius IX
Planck, Max
Plekhanov, Georgy
Pogroms
Poincare, Henri
Poincare, Raymond
Poland
Police and Policing
Polish National Movement
Poor Law
Popular and Elite Culture
Population, Control of
Populists
Pornography
Portsmouth, Treaty of
Portugal
Positivism
Posters
Poverty
Prague
Prague Slav Congress
Pre-Raphaelite Movement
Press and Newspapers
Primitivism
Professions
Prostitution
Protectionism
Protestantism
Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph
Prussia
Psychoanalysis
Psychology
Public Health
Puccini, Giacomo
Pugin, Augustus Welby
Pushkin, Alexander
Q
Quetelet, Lambert Adolphe Jacques
R
Race and Racism
Radicalism
Railroads
Rank, Otto
Ranke, Leopold von
Ravachol (Francois Claudius
Koenigstein-Ravachol)
Ravel, Maurice
Realism and Naturalism
Red Cross
Reign of Terror
Renan, Ernest
Renoir, Pierre-Auguste
Repin, Ilya
Republicanism
Restaurants
Restoration
Revolution of 1905 (Russia)
Revolutions of 1820
Revolutions of 1830
Revolutions of 1848
Rhodes, Cecil
Richer, Leon
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai
Risorgimento (Italian Unification)
Robespierre, Maximilien
Rodin, Auguste
Roentgen, Wilhelm
Roland, Pauline
Rolland, Romain
Romania
Romanies (Gypsies)
Roman Question
Romanticism
Rome
Rossini, Gioachino
Rothschilds
Roussel, Nelly
Rude, Francois
Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria
Ruskin, John
Russia
Russian Orthodox Church
Russo-Japanese War
Russo-Turkish War
Rutherford, Ernest
S
Sade, Donatien-Alphonse-Francois de
St. Petersburg
Saint-Simon, Henri de
Salvation Army
Sand, George
San Stefano, Treaty of
Satie, Erik
Schelling, Friedrich von
Schiele, Egon
Schinkel, Karl Friedrich
Schlegel, August Wilhelm von
Schleiermacher, Friedrich
Schlieffen Plan
Schnitzler, Arthur
Schoenberg, Arnold
Schopenhauer, Arthur
Schubert, Franz
Science and Technology
Scotland
Scott, Walter
Seaside Resorts
Second International
Secret Societies
Secularization
Semmelweis, Ignac
Separation of Church and State (France,
1905)
Sepoy Mutiny
Serbia
Serfs, Emancipation of
Seurat, Georges
Sewing Machine
Sexuality
Shamil
Shaw, George Bernard
Shelley, Mary
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Shimonoseki, Treaty of
Siberia
Sicilian Fasci
Sicily
Siemens, Werner von
Sieyes, Emmanuel-Joseph
Silver Age
Simmel, Georg
Sismondi, Jean-Charles Leonard de
Sister Republics
Slavery
Slavophiles
Smallpox
Smiles, Samuel
Socialism
Socialism, Christian
Socialist Revolutionaries
Sociology
Soloviev, Vladimir
Sorel, Georges
South Africa
Spain
Spencer, Herbert
Speransky, Mikhail
Spiritualism
Sports
Stael, Germaine de
Statistics
Stein, Heinrich Friedrich Karl vom und zum
Stendhal (Marie-Henri Beyle)
Stephen, Leslie
Stevenson, Robert Louis
Stolypin, Peter
Strachey, Lytton
Strauss, Johann
Stravinsky, Igor
Strikes
Strindberg, August
Struve, Peter
Subways
Suez Canal
Suffragism
Suttner, Bertha von
Sweden and Norway
Switzerland
Symbolism
Symonds, John Addington
Syndicalism
Syphilis
Volume 5
T
Talleyrand, Charles Maurice de
Tchaikovsky, Peter
Telephones
Tennyson, Alfred
Thiers, Louis-Adolphe
Tirpitz, Alfred von
Tobacco
Tocqueville, Alexis de
Tolstoy, Leo
Tories
Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de
Tourism
Toussaint Louverture
Trade and Economic Growth
Trafalgar, Battle of
Transportation and Communications
Treitschke, Heinrich von
Trieste
Tristan, Flora
Tuberculosis
Tunisia
Turati, Filippo
Turgenev, Ivan
Turner, J. M. W.
U
Ukraine
Ulm, Battle of
Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich
Umberto I
Universities
Unkiar-Skelessi, Treaty of
Utilitarianism
Utopian Socialism
V
Van Gogh, Vincent
Venice
Verdi, Giuseppe
Verga, Giovanni
Verne, Jules
Victor Emmanuel II
Victoria, Queen
Vienna
Viollet-le-Duc, Eugene
Virchow, Rudolf
Vladivostok
W
Wagner, Richard
Waldeck-Rousseau, Rene
Wales
Wallace, Alfred Russel
War of 1812
Warsaw
Waterloo
Webb, Beatrice Potter
Weber, Max
Weininger, Otto
Welfare
Wellington, Duke of (Arthur Wellesley)
Wells, H. G.
Westernizers
Whigs
Wilberforce, William
Wilde, Oscar
William I
William II
William IV
Windthorst, Ludwig
Wine
Witte, Sergei
Wollstonecraft, Mary
Wordsworth, William
Working Class
World's Fairs
Wundt, Wilhelm
Y
Yeats, William Butler
Young Czechs and Old Czechs
Young Hegelians
Young Italy
Young Turks
Z
Zasulich, Vera
Zionism
Zola, Emile
Zollverein
Systematic Outline of Contents 2527 (12)
Directory of Contributors 2539 (20)
Index 2559 (266)
Introduction xix
Maps of Europe since 1914 xxix
Chronology xxxix
A
Abortion
Academies of Science
Action Francaise
Adams, Gerry
Adenauer, Konrad
Adorno, Theodor
Afghanistan
Afrika Korps
Agitprop
Agnelli, Giovanni
Agrarian Parties
Agriculture
AIDS
Akhmatova, Anna
Albania
Albert I
Alcohol
Alfonso XIII
Algeria
Algerian War
Almodovar, Pedro
Al Qaeda
Alsace-Lorraine
Althusser, Louis
Americanization
Amsterdam
Anarchism
Anarchosyndicalism
Andreotti, Giulio
Andropov, Yuri
Annales School
Anti-Americanism
Anticlericalism
Anticommunism
Antifascism
Anti-Semitism
Anzio, Battle of
Apartheid
Apollinaire, Guillaume
Appeasement
Aragon, Louis
Architecture
Arendt, Hannah
Aristocracy
Armenia
Armenian Genocide
Armies
Arms Control
Aron, Raymond
Arp, Jean
Artaud, Antonin
Art Deco
Asquith, Herbert Henry
Ataturk, Mustafa Kemal
Athens
Atlantic Charter
Atomic Bomb
Atomic Energy
Attlee, Clement
Auden, W. H.
Auschwitz-Birkenau
Australia
Austria
Automobiles
Avant-Garde
Aviation
Axis
Aznar, Jose Maria
B
Babi Yar
Bacon, Francis
Baden, Max von
Badoglio, Pietro
Bagration Operation
Baker, Josephine
Baldwin, Stanley
Balfour Declaration
Balkans
Ball, Hugo
Banking
Barbie, Klaus
Barbusse, Henri
Bardot, Brigitte
Barres, Maurice
Barth, Karl
Barthes, Roland
Bartok, Bela
Basques
Bataille, Georges
Baudrillard, Jean
Bauhaus
Bayreuth
BBC
Beach, Sylvia
Beatles
Beauvoir, Simone de
Beckett, Samuel
Beckmann, Max
Belarus
Belgium
Belgrade
Ben Bella, Ahmed
Benelux Economic Union
Benes, Eduard
Benjamin, Walter
Berg, Alban
Beria, Lavrenty
Berlin
Berlin, Isaiah
Berlinguer, Enrico
Berlin Wall
Berlusconi, Silvio
Beuys, Joseph
Bevan, Aneurin
Beveridge, William
Bevin, Ernest
Bicentennial of the French Revolution
Biermann, Wolf
Bierut, Boleslaw
Birth Control
Blair, Tony
Blitzkrieg
Bloch, Marc
Bloomsbury
Blum, Leon
Bobbio, Norberto
Body Culture
Bohr, Niels
Bolshevism
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich
Bormann, Martin
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Boulez, Pierre
Bourdieu, Pierre
Bourgeoisie
Brandt, Willy
Braque, Georges
Brasillach, Robert
Braudel, Fernand
Braun, Wernher von
Brecht, Bertolt
Brel, Jacques
Brest-Litovsk
Breton, Andre
Bretton Woods Agreement
Brezhnev, Leonid
Briand, Aristide
Britain, Battle of
British Empire
British Empire, End of
British Union of Fascists
Britten, Benjamin
Brook, Peter
Brusilov Offensive
Brussels
Buber, Martin
Buchenwald
Budapest
Bukharin, Nikolai
Bulgaria
Bulge, Battle of the
Bunuel, Luis
C
Cabaret
Callas, Maria
Calvino, Italo
Campaign against Torture
Camus, Albert
Canetti, Elias
Capek, Karel
Capitalism
Casement, Roger
Cassin, Rene
Catalonia
Catholic Action
Catholicism
Cavell, Edith
Celan, Paul
Celine, Louis-Ferdinand
Chagall, Marc
Chamberlain, Neville
Chanel, Coco
Channel Islands
Chaplin, Charlie
Charter 77
Chechnya
Chemin des Dames/Mutinies
Chernobyl
Volume 2
C (continued)
Child Care
Childhood and Adolescence
Chirac, Jacques
Christian Democracy
Christo
Churchill, Winston
Ciano, Galeazzo
Cinema
Citizenship
Civil Service
Cixous, Helene
Clemenceau, Georges
Coal Mining
CoBrA
Cocteau, Jean
Cohn-Bendit, Daniel
Cold War
Colijn, Hendrikus
Collaboration
Collectivization
Collingwood, R.G.
Colonialism
Comite Nationale des Ecrivains
Common Agricultural Policy
Commonwealth
Commonwealth of Independent States
Communism
Computer Revolution
Concentration Camps
Conscription
Constitutions
Constructivism
Consumption
Convention on Genocide
Corporatism
Corsica
Council of Europe
Counterinsurgency
Craxi, Bettino
Crime and Justice
Croatia
Croce, Benedetto
Cuban Missile Crisis
Cubism
Curie, Marie
Cycling
Cyprus
Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic
D
Dachau
Dada
Daladier, Edouard
Dali, Salvador
D'Annunzio, Gabriele
Dardanelles
Darlan, Francois
Dawes Plan
Dayton Accords
D-Day
Death Penalty
Debussy, Claude
Decolonization
Degenerate Art Exhibit
Delors, Jacques
Demography
Demonstrations
Denazification
Denmark
Deportation
Depression
Derrida, Jacques
De Sica, Vittorio
Destalinization
De Stijl
Diana, Princess of Wales
Dien Bien Phu, Battle of
Diet and Nutrition
Dietrich, Marlene
Dimitrov, Gheorgi
Di Pietro, Antonio
Disarmament
Displaced Persons
Dissidence
Divorce
Dix, Otto
Djilas, Milovan
Doblin, Alfred
Dollfuss, Engelbert
Dolto, Francoise
Domestic Service
Dorgeles, Roland
Drieu la Rochelle, Pierre
Drugs (Illegal)
Dubcek, Alexander
Duchamp, Marcel
Dumont, Rene
Dunkirk
Duras, Marguerite
Dutch Colonial Empire
E
Eastern Bloc
Easter Rising
Ebert, Friedrich
Eco, Umberto
Economic Miracle
Eden, Anthony
Education
Edward VIII
Egypt
Eichmann, Adolf
Einsatzgruppen
Einstein, Albert
Eisenstein, Sergei
Eisner, Kurt
El Alamein, Battle of
Electoral Systems
Elias, Norbert
Eliot, T. S.
Eluard, Paul
Emigre Literature
Enigma Machine
Ensor, James
Environmentalism
Erasmus Program
Ernst, Max
Esperanto
Espionage/Spies
Estonia
ETA
Ethiopia
Ethnic Cleansing
Eugenics
Eurasianism
Euro
Eurocommunism
European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC)
European Commission
European Constitution 2004--2005
European Court of Justice
European Free Trade Association
European Parliament
European Union
Euthanasia
Existentialism
Expositions
Expressionism
F
Falange
Falklands War
Fanon, Frantz
Fascism
Fashion
Fassbinder, Rainer Werner
Febvre, Lucien
Fellini, Federico
Feminism
Film (Documentary)
Finland
Fischer, Joschka
Fiume
Five-Year Plan
Flemish Bloc
Flemish National League
Football (Soccer)
Forced Labor
Fordism
Fortuyn, Pim
Foucault, Michel
France
Franco, Francisco
Frank, Anne
Frankfurt School
French Empire
French New Wave
Freud, Sigmund
Fromm, Erich
Futurism
Volume 3
G
Gadamer, Hans-Georg
Gaelic Revivals (Ireland and Scotland)
Gagarin, Yuri
Gandhi, Mahatma
Garcia Lorca, Federico
Garzon, Baltasar
Gauck Commission
Gaulle, Charles de
Gdansk/Danzig
G-8 Summit
Gender
General Strike (Britain)
Geneva
Genocide
George II
George, Stefan
German Colonial Empire
Germany
Gestalt Psychology
Gestapo
Ghetto
Gide, Andre
Gierek, Edward
Giolitti, Giovanni
Giscard d'Estaing, Valery
Glemp, Jozef
Globalization
Godard, Jean-Luc
Goebbels, Josef
Goering, Hermann
Gombrich, Ernst Hans
Gomulka, Wladyslaw
Gonzalez, Felipe
Gorbachev, Mikhail
Gorky, Maxim
Gottwald, Klement
Gramsci, Antonio
Grass, Gunter
Graves, Robert
Greece
Greenpeace
Greens
Gropius, Walter
Grossman, Vasily
Grosz, George
Guernica
Guerrilla Warfare
Gulag
Gulf Wars
H
Haber, Fritz
Habermas, Jurgen
Hague Convention
Haider, Jorg
Haig, Douglas
Halbwachs, Maurice
Hamilton, Richard
Harris, Arthur
Havel, Vaclav
Heath, Edward
Heidegger, Martin
Helsinki Accords
Hess, Rudolf
Hesse, Hermann
Heydrich, Reinhard
Himmler, Heinrich
Hindenburg, Paul von
Hitchcock, Alfred
Hitler, Adolf
Hlinka, Andrej
Hoch, Hannah
Holocaust
Homosexuality
Honecker, Erich
Hooliganism
Horthy, Miklos
Housing
Hoxha, Enver
Human Rights
Hungary
Huxley, Aldous
I
Ibarruri, Dolores (La Pasionaria)
Iceland
Iliescu, Ion
Immigration and Internal Migration
Imperial Troops
India
Indochina
Industrial Capitalism
Inflation
Influenza Pandemic
Intelligence
Intelligentsia
International Brigades
International Criminal Court
International Labour Organization
International Law
IRA
Ireland
Irigaray, Luce
Iron Curtain
Islam
Islamic Terrorism
Israel
Istanbul
Italian Concordat of 1929
Italy
Izetbegovic, Alija
J
Jakobson, Roman
Japan and the Two World Wars
Jaruzelski, Wojciech
Jaspers, Karl
Jazz
Jedwabne
Jews
John XXIII
John Paul II
Joyce, James
Joyce, William (Lord Haw-Haw)
Juan Carlos I
July 20th Plot
Jung, Carl
Junger, Ernst
K
Kadar, Janos
Kadare, Ismail
Kadets (Constitutional Democratic Party)
Kafka, Franz
Kandinsky, Wassily
Kapp Putsch
Karadzic, Radovan
Karolyi, Mihaly
Katyn Forest Massacre
Kellogg-Briand Pact
Kelly, Petra
Kerensky, Alexander
Keynes, J. M.
Kharkov, Battles of
Khrushchev, Nikita
Kiefer, Anselm
Kiev
Kirov, Sergei
Kis, Janos
Kitchener, Horatio Herbert
Klages, Ludwig
Klarsfeld, Serge
Klee, Paul
Klemperer, Victor
Koestler, Arthur
Kohl, Helmut
Kojeve, Alexander
Kolakowski, Leszek
Kondratiev, Nikolai
Korean War
Kosovo
Kracauer, Siegfried
Kristallnacht
Kristeva, Julia
Krupp
Kun, Bela
Kundera, Milan
Kursk, Battle of
L
Labor Movements
Lacan, Jacques
Land Reform
Lang, Fritz
Lateran Pacts
Latvia
Laval, Pierre
Lawrence, D. H.
Lawrence, T. E.
League of Nations
Le Corbusier
Leger, Fernand
Leipzig Trials
Leisure
Lemkin, Raphael
Lenin, Vladimir
Leopold III
Le Pen, Jean-Marie
Levi, Primo
Levinas, Emmanuel
Levi-Strauss, Claude
Lewis, Wyndham
Liberalism
Liebknecht, Karl
Lissitzky, El
Lithuania
Lloyd George, David
Locarno, Treaty of
London
Lorenz, Konrad
Ludendorff, Erich
Lukacs, Gyorgy
Lumumba, Patrice
Luxembourg
Luxemburg, Rosa
Lyotard, Jean-Francois
Lysenko Affair
M
Maastricht, Treaty of
MacDonald, Ramsay
Macedonia
Macmillan, Harold
Mad Cow Disease
Mafia
Maginot Line
Malaparte, Curzio
Malevich, Kazimir
Malraux, Andre
Malta
Man, Henri de
Mandelstam, Osip
Mann, Thomas
Mannheim, Karl
Marcuse, Herbert
Marinetti, F. T.
Marshall Plan
Masaryk, Tomas Garrigue
Matisse, Henri
Maurras, Charles
Mayakovsky, Vladimir
May 1968
Mendes-France, Pierre
Mengele, Josef
Mensheviks
Mental Illness and Asylums
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice
Messiaen, Olivier
Metaxas, Ioannis
Michnik, Adam
Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
Mihailovic, Dragoljub
Milosevic, Slobodan
Milosz, Czeslaw
Mindszenty, Jozsef
Minority Rights
Miro, Joan
Mitterrand, Francois
Mladic, Ratko
Mnouchkine, Ariane
Modernism
Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo
Molotov-Von Ribbentrop Pact
Mondrian, Piet
Monnet, Jean
Montenegro
Moro, Aldo
Morocco
Moscow
Moulin, Jean
Muller, Heiner
Munich Agreement
Murnau, Friedrich Wilhelm
Musil, Robert
Mussolini, Benito
Myrdal, Gunnar
Volume 4
N
Nagy, Imre
National Front
NATO
Nazism
Negritude
Neoliberalism
Netherlands
New Economic Policy (NEP)
New Left
New Sobriety
New Zealand
Nice Treaty
Nicholas II
1968
1989
Nobel Prize
Northern Ireland
Northern League
Norway
Nuclear Weapons
Nuremberg Laws
Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
O
Occupation, Military
Old Age
Olympic Games
OPEC
Opera
Operation Barbarossa
Ophuls, Marcel
Opinion Polls and Mass-Observation
Opus Dei
Orff, Carl
Organisation for European Economic
Cooperation (OEEC)
Ortega y Gasset, Jose
Orwell, George
OUN/UPA
Owen, Wilfred
P
Pabst, Georg Wilhelm
Pacifism
Painting, Avant-Garde
Paisley, Ian
Pakistan
Palestine
Palme, Olof
Papandreou, Andreas
Papon, Maurice
Paris
Parliamentary Democracy
Partisan Warfare
Pasolini, Pier Paolo
Pasternak, Boris
Paul VI
Pavelic, Ante
Penicillin
Perestroika
Pessoa, Fernando
Petain, Philippe
Phenomenology
Phonography
Piaf, Edith
Picasso, Pablo
Pilsudski, Jozef
Pogroms
Poincare, Raymond
Poland
Police and Policing
Political Prisoners
Pop Art
Popular Culture
Popular Front
Portugal
Portuguese Empire
Postmodernism
Potsdam Conference
Poulenc, Francis
Pound, Ezra
Powell, Enoch
Prague
Prague Spring
Press and Newspapers
Primo de Rivera, Miguel
Prisoners of War
Prodi, Romano
Prokofiev, Sergei
Propaganda
Prostitution
Psychiatry
Psychoanalysis
Public Health
Public Transport
Purges
Putin, Vladimir
Q
Quantum Mechanics
Quisling, Vidkun
R
Racial Theories
Racism
Radar
Radio
Radio Free Europe
Railways
Rasputin, Grigory
Rathenau, Walther
Rationing
Recession of 1970s
Reconstruction
Red Army Faction
Red Brigades
Red Cross
Refugees
Reinhardt, Max
Remarque, Erich Maria
Renault
Renoir, Jean
Reparations
Resistance
Rexist Movement
Rhineland Occupation
Riefenstahl, Leni
Riots in France
Rolland, Romain
Rolling Stones
Romania
Romanies (Gypsies)
Rome
Rome, Treaty of
Rosenberg, Alfred
Rossellini, Roberto
Rushdie, Salman
Russell, Bertrand
Russia
Russian Civil War
Russian Revolutions of 1917
S
Saint-Exupery, Antoine de
Sakharov, Andrei
Salazar, Antonio
Salzburg Festival
Samizdat
Sarajevo
Sartre, Jean-Paul
Sassoon, Siegfried
Saussure, Ferdinand de
Schmidt, Helmut
Schmitt, Carl
Schoenberg, Arnold
School of Paris
Schroder, Gerhard
Schuman, Robert
Schumpeter, Joseph
Science
Scotland
Sebald, W. G.
Secularization
Seghers, Anna
Semiotics
Semprun, Jorge
Senghor, Leopold Sedar
Serbia
Sexuality
Seyss-Inquart, Arthur
Shevardnadze, Eduard
Shostakovich, Dmitri
Sibelius, Jean
Sinn Fein
Situationism
Skoda
Slansky Trial
Slovakia
Slovenia
Social Democracy
Social Insurance
Socialism
Socialist Realism
Solidarity
Solzhenitsyn, Alexander
Soviet Union
Space Programs
Spain
Spanish Civil War
Spartacists
Speer, Albert
Sputnik
Srebrenica
SS (Schutzstaffel)
Stakhanovites
Stalin, Joseph
Stalingrad, Battle of
Stanislavsky, Konstantin
Stasi
Stauffenberg, Claus von
Stavisky Affair
Stein, Gertrude
Strauss, Richard
Stravinsky, Igor
Stresemann, Gustav
Strikes
Student Movements
Suarez, Aldofo
Sudetenland
Suez Crisis
Suffrage
Suffrage Movements
Surrealism
Sweden
Switzerland
Volume 5
T
Tarkovsky, Andrei
Taxation
Taylorism
Technology
Teheran Conference
Telephone
Television
Terror
Terrorism
Thatcher, Margaret
Theater
Theodorakis, Mikis
Thorez, Maurice
Tito (Josip Broz)
Togliatti, Palmiro
Toklas, Alice B.
Totalitarianism
Tourism
Touvier, Paul
Trabant
Trade Unions
Trotsky, Leon
Truffaut, Francois
Tsvetaeva, Marina
Tucholsky, Kurt
Tudjman, Franjo
Tunisia
Turkey
Tzara, Tristan
U
Ukraine
Ulbricht, Walter
Unemployment
United Kingdom
United Nations
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Unknown Soldiers
Ustase
V
Valery, Paul
Vatican II
Velvet Revolution
Venereal Disease
Venizelos, Eleutherios
Versailles, Treaty of
Veterans' Movements
Vienna
Vietnam War
Vilar, Jean
Vlasov Armies
Volkswagen
Vukovar
W
Wajda, Andrzej
Waldheim, Kurt
Wales
Walesa, Lech
Wallenberg, Raoul
Wannsee Conference
War Crimes
Warfare
War Memorials
War Neuroses
Warsaw
Warsaw Ghetto
Warsaw Pact
Warsaw Uprising
Weill, Kurt
Weizsacker, Richard von
Welfare State
Wenders, Wim
Wertmuller, Lina
Wiesenthal, Simon
Wittgenstein, Ludwig
Woolf, Virginia
Workers' Theatre Movement
Working Class
World Trade Organization
World War I
World War II
Y
Yeats, William Butler
Yeltsin, Boris
Yevtushenko, Yevgeny
Yezhov, Nikolai
Yourcenar, Marguerite
Yugoslavia
Z
Zamyatin, Yevgeny
Zetkin, Clara
Zhdanov, Andrei
Zhukov, Georgy
Zidane, Zinedine
Zionism
Zyklon B
Systematic Outline of Contents 2825 (12)
Directory of Contributors 2837 (18)
Index 2855