In Europe's Name: Germany and the Divided Continent (Paperback)
For forty-five years Europe was divided, and at the center of that divided continent lay a divided Germany. In this brilliantly nuanced book, one of our most respected authorities on Central Europe tells the story of German reunification. Garton Ash has produced a panoramic, dramatic, and definitive account of events that are continuing to transform the map of Europe.
About the Author
Timothy Garton Ash is a fellow of St. Antony's College, Oxford. Celebrated for his essays in the New York Review of Books, he is the author of The Polish Revolution, which won the Somerset Maugham Award; The Uses of Adversity, which won the Prix Europeen de l'Essai; Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World; and The Magic Lantern, his eyewitness account of the Central European revolutions of 1989, which has been translated into 14 languages. He lives in Oxford with his wife and two sons.
"Among the most important books on recent international history...An immense research effort"--The New York Times Book Review
"A subtle account of German policy toward the East over the past quarter century, elegantly written and suffused with...original insights."--The New York Review of Books