Tony Judt was a British historian, essayist, and university professor who specialized in European history. He was particularly well-known for his works on European history after World War II and his critique of neoliberalism and what he saw as the retreat from social democracy. His notable works include 'Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945', which received considerable acclaim for its comprehensive analysis of Europe from the end of World War II to the early 21st century. Judt was also a public intellectual who contributed to various publications and engaged in contemporary political and social debates.
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"Postwar" is a comprehensive analysis of the history of Europe from the end of World War II to the early 21st century. The book examines the major political, cultural, social, and economic changes that have shaped the continent, including the Cold War, the rise and fall of the Soviet Union, the rebuilding of Western Europe, and the challenges of integrating Eastern Europe into the European Union. It also delves into the impact of these events on the daily lives of Europeans, exploring themes of memory, identity, and the struggle to come to terms with the past.