This series provides stimulating, interpretive histories of particular nations of modern Europe. Assuming no prior knowledge, authors describe the development of a country through its emergence as a modern state up to the present day. They also introduce readers to the latest historical scholarship, encouraging critical engagement with comparative questions about the nature of nationhood in the modern era. Looking beyond the immediate political boundaries of a given country, authors examine the interplay between the local, national, and international, setting the story of each nation within the context of the wider world.
Modern Greece: A History since 1821John S. Koliopoulos & Thanos M. Veremis
Poland in the Modern World: Beyond MartyrdomBrian Porter-Szűcs
Modern SpainPamela Radcliff
YugoslaviaMelissa Bokovoy & Sarah Kent