The course on "The attempt to unify Europe politically since the 1948 Hague Congress" consists of 15 hours of class + work at home.
First, at home, you read (and take notes on) the relevant blog post(s) BEFORE a class. Click on the titles below:
- The attempt to unify Europe politically since the 1948 Hague Congress: INTRODUCTION
- European integration: KEY CONCEPTS & European integration: KEY DATES
- 19 September 1946: Winston Churchill gives his "United States of Europe" speech in Zurich
- 16 April 1948: Organisation for European Economic Co-operation set up
- 7-11 May 1948: Congress of Europe, The Hague
- 5 May 1949: Council of Europe (Treaty of London)
- 9 May 1950: Schuman Declaration
- 18 April 1951: European Coal and Steel Community (Treaty of Paris)
- 27 May 1952: a Treaty for a European Defence Community was signed...
- 25 March 1957: Treaties of Rome
- 1958-1969: De Gaulle slows down European integration...
- 1969-1973: renewed hope for European integration and enlargement
- Why was the United Kingdom not a member of the European Communities until 1973?
- The European project 1973 to 1979
- The European project in the 1980s
- The European project in the 1990s
- The European project in the years 2000
- Thatcher and Europe
- John Major and Europe
- Tony Blair and Europe
Second, in class, you listen to a lecture and take notes (the teacher will summarise and comment the information from a blog post).
Third, you revise the course contents, ready for the Bac exam!
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