Elisabeth Barker was born in Oxford, the daughter of Emily and Ernest Barker. Austria: 1918-1972, 1973. The Common Market, 1973. Churchill and Eden at War, 1978
Elisabeth Barker was born in Oxford, the daughter of Emily and Ernest Barker. She was educated at St Paul's Girls' School and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford where she read mods and greats. In summer 1932 she visited her brother Arthur, then Times correspondent in Vienna, and continued traveling across Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Churchill and Eden at War, 1978. The British between the Superpowers (1945-1950), 1983.
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With the aid of original documents, Barker probes Austria's growth despite civil war; absorption into Hitler's Reich, and Allied occupation; its relations with other countries; its emergence into the modern world, and its future there. 295 p. 8 plates, table, maps, notes, bibliog.
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