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Appendix 1: Some Key Dates of European Union, integration and expansion3 1945 End of World War II 1946 Civil war breaks out in Greece; European Union of Federalists (EUF) formed 1947 Soviet walkout of Four Power Council of Foreign Ministers signals the beginnings of the cold war; Committee for European Economic Co-operation (CEEC) set up 1948 Benelux states (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) com- mence economic union and a European Congress is held at The Hague 1949 Federal Republic of Germany established; North Atlantic Trea- ty signed in Washington to create NATO and Council of Europe formed 1950 Korean War begins; European Defence Community (EDC) launched and Council of Europe adopts a European Convention on Human Rights 1951 Treaty of Paris establishes the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) 1952 European Defence Community Treaty signed in Paris 1953 Draft Treaty for a European Political Community is adopted 1956 USSR invades Hungary to put down an anti-communist rising; )UDQFHEHFRPHVLQYROYHGLQFRQÀLFWLQ$OJHULDDQGWKHQDWLRQDOL]D- tion of the Suez canal by Egypt resulted in a failed attempt to oc- cupy the zone by France and England 3 Compiled from Stephen George and Ian Bache (2001). 104 Globalising Women’s Football 1957 The Treaty of Rome establishes the European Economic Communi- ty (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) 1961 Association Agreement signed with Greece; Britain, Denmark and Ireland apply for membership 1962 Norway applies to join the EEC 1963 De Gaulle announces his veto of British Membership 7KH©HPSW\ FKDLU FULVLVªZKHQ WKH)UHQFKER...
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