Michael Charlton looks at the European Question, which has been deeply divisive of parties, politics and the nation. This question has a long prehistory, hardly known. This book is an account, in their own words, of surviving Prime Ministers, Cabinet Ministers, Foreign Secretaries and political advisors of Britain's diplomacy in Europe after the Second World War, complemented by those of their Europena and American counterpaert, whose own decisions had powerful impact on British policy. Carlton takes the reader from the end of the war to the final reversal of the UK's traditional policy on Europe. V agličtině, velmi dobrý stav.