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For history buffs, there is no better book to begin the study of the history of western Europe. All the tribes and later kingdoms are treated concurrently so that one can see the interrelationship of various European areas and states/5(60).
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Dawson wrote an informative account of European History. As mentioned above, Dawson was a devout Catholic. He cited the failures of the Catholic Church, but he also gave readers a good assessment of the vast achievements during the History of Catholic Church and the making of Europe.
This book should be slowly read and absorbed. James E. EgolfCited by: Davies history of Europe is clearly tainted by the Western biases of the Cold War. At nearly every point in Europes history Davies spends enormous time and effort to shit on Russian civilization in all its forms.
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