Fb2 Serial publications of the European Communities and its institutions held by the BLLD ePub
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Published 1975 by . Bibliography, Periodicals.
Published 1979 by British Library, Lending Division in Boston Spa. Bibliography, European Economic Community countries, Periodicals.
The British Library is a European Documentation Centre and has acquired publications of the European . From 1989 to 2007, we received one set only to support inter-library loan which is held by our Document Supply Services in Yorkshire.
The British Library is a European Documentation Centre and has acquired publications of the European Communities in print since their inception in the 1950s. About the collection. The collection begins with the publications of the European Coal and Steel Community launched in 1951. In 2007, the British Library was recognised as a European Documentation Centre (EDC) by the European Commission and began once again to receive a second set of EU documents for reference use in London.
The communist bloc, led by the Soviet Union, developed its own alternative cooperation through different plans and . One of these two streams was that of the followers of integration .
The communist bloc, led by the Soviet Union, developed its own alternative cooperation through different plans and associations. The countries most affected by the post-war crisis were the European states that suffered more significant damage than countries in other parts of the world. the creation of a supranational power and the creation of a new political superstructure, a European Federal State. One of the most important figures in this group was Jean Monnet, a French citizen who believed in a united Europe, where real and effective power would lie in common institutions.
Decision of the Council of the European Communities of 1 Jan-uary 1973 adjusting the documents concerning . IV - Joint Declaration by the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on various measures to improve the budgetary procedure, of 30 June 1982.
IV - Joint Declaration by the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on various measures to improve the budgetary procedure, of 30 June 1982.
British Library, national library of Great Britain, formed by the British Library Act (1972) and organized by July 1, 1973. Reading Room of the British Museum, designed by Sidney Smirke in collaboration with Anthony Panizzi and built in the 1850s. Illustration by Smirke, from the Illustrated London News, 1857. Courtesy of the trustees of the British Museum; photograph, . Freeman & Co. Ltd.
While postwar recovery was stimulated by the Marshall Plan, the idea of a united Europe was held up as the basis for European strength and security and the best way of preventing another European war. (This last motivation in particular informed the awarding of the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union, which also mentioned the EU's fostering of democracy in its member nations.
The British placed immense reliance therefore on propaganda to justify the war to the people, to help promote recruitment into .
The British placed immense reliance therefore on propaganda to justify the war to the people, to help promote recruitment into the armed forces and to convince the population that their sacrifices would be rewarded. Remarkable is the poster of Lord Kitchener’s heavily mustachioed face and intimidating finger imploring the British population that ‘Your Country Needs YOU’. British recruitment posters changed in tone, from appealing to an individual’s honour to ‘mobilisation by shame’. The need to raise money to pay for the war by means of war bonds provided one of the most important patriotic themes for posters, for example: ‘Turn Your Silver into Bullets - at the Post Office’.