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2019 | 117 | 1 | 139-159
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Zamyšlení nad Jarauschovými "modernizačními" dějinami Evropy 20. století

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A consideration of Jarausch’s “modernization” history of Europe of the 20th century
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The synthesis of the European history of the “long” 20th century from the pen of Konrad H. Jarausch, Out of Ashes: A new history of Europe in the twentieth century (2015), became the impetus for the author of the presented text for consideration of the possibilities of the comprehension of the contemporary history of the diverse and very dynamic European continent. In the USA and Great Britain, a number of “European” syntheses have been written in the past decades. The originality of Jarausch’s work, which does not aspire to be a descriptive factual handbook, lies in that the author focused on the problem of widely conceived modernization, not only with a positive connotation as the leading phenomenon. At the same time, he placed the history of Germany and Russia/the Soviet Union in the centre of the description. He sees the interwar period and Second World War as the collision of the Nazi and Soviet models of modernization. The author interprets the post-war period of European history as competition
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117
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1
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139-159
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  • Český časopis historický, redakce, Historický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., Prosecká 76, 190 00 Praha 9, Czech Republic
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