Colorful "Export Maps" of every country show their most valuable export: easy for kids to read, great to use in social studies.

Colorful "Export Maps" of every country show their most valuable export: easy for kids to read, great to use in social studies.

This map shows the development of today's European Union from its initial inception at the conference of the Council of Ministers of the European Coal and Steel Community in Venice in 1956 to the conclusion of the first "enlargement to the South" in 1986. The conferences of Messina (1955) and Venice (1956) were followed in 1957 by the Treaty of Rome and, after its ratification, by the actual founding of the European Economic Community (EEC) on January 1, 1958. The six founding members…

This map shows the development of today's European Union from its initial inception at the conference of the Council of Ministers of the European Coal and Steel Community in Venice in 1956 to the conclusion of the first "enlargement to the South" in 1986. The conferences of Messina (1955) and Venice (1956) were followed in 1957 by the Treaty of Rome and, after its ratification, by the actual founding of the European Economic Community (EEC) on January 1, 1958. The six founding members…

1998 European Union 50p #CoinHunt http://www.royalmint.com/shop/The_Great_British_Coin_Hunt_50p

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An Enlarged Europe: Regions in Competition?

An Enlarged Europe: Regions in Competition?

‘America is seeking rapprochement with the European Community. De Gaulle: No, I can’t bring myself to swallow that yet!’ No sooner had the United Kingdom applied for accession to the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1961 than the US President, John F. Kennedy, proposed the establishment of trade links with the EEC. This was all too much for General de Gaulle.

‘America is seeking rapprochement with the European Community. De Gaulle: No, I can’t bring myself to swallow that yet!’ No sooner had the United Kingdom applied for accession to the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1961 than the US President, John F. Kennedy, proposed the establishment of trade links with the EEC. This was all too much for General de Gaulle.

The European Union, or European Community, represents a multinational organization embodying unity, economic cooperation, and social ties without borders.

The European Union, or European Community, represents a multinational organization embodying unity, economic cooperation, and social ties without borders.

Ahead of Europe Day, Fabio Paulos reflects on Portugal's complex process of joining the European Economic Community, and maps some of the country's key contributions to developing the European community and fostering European integration. Read the complete article at http://one-europe.info/the-long-portuguese-accession-process #portugal #europe

Ahead of Europe Day, Fabio Paulos reflects on Portugal's complex process of joining the European Economic Community, and maps some of the country's key contributions to developing the European community and fostering European integration. Read the complete article at http://one-europe.info/the-long-portuguese-accession-process #portugal #europe

Treaty of Rome-Christian Pineau, left, and Maurice Faure, both representing France, join other ministers from the six founding members to sign the Treaty of Rome in 1957.-At a practical level, the Treaty established four institutions - a Commission, a Council of Ministers, a European Parliament and a European Court of Justice. These were to be staffed by officials, ministers, judges and parliamentarians from member states. They were in charge of creating closer co-operation on a range of…

Treaty of Rome-Christian Pineau, left, and Maurice Faure, both representing France, join other ministers from the six founding members to sign the Treaty of Rome in 1957.-At a practical level, the Treaty established four institutions - a Commission, a Council of Ministers, a European Parliament and a European Court of Justice. These were to be staffed by officials, ministers, judges and parliamentarians from member states. They were in charge of creating closer co-operation on a range of…

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