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Tight Trade Restrictions in Europe Just After WW2

This video illustrates the tightly controlled trade between European countries - in this case, France and Germany with regard to coal - immediately after World War II. The coal situation led eventually to formation of the European Coal and Steel Community. That institution led to creation of the European Economic Community in the late 1950s. The EEC eventually evolved into the current European Union. The excerpt also points to the political situation at the time and the prominence of the Communist Party in France.
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