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    Integration of Europe since World War II

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    In the nearly fifty years since the end of World War II, the continent of Europe has become more tightly integrated than ever before. What forces have made for this increasing unity, and what are the political landmarks that chart its path?

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    Here are a few things you might want to think about.

    1. Causes: During World War II, European powers had to pull together in order to put an end to Nazi dominance. This included underground resistance in occupied territories supported by Allied Powers, military alliance such as that between France and England, who had been enemies for centuries prior to the world wars, and aid to occupied territories provided ...

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    The introduction of the Euro is briefly discussed.

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