History of EU and Euro
It is an economic and political union amid European countries, which makes its own policies concerning the members’ societies, laws, and economies, and to some level defense. Nevertheless, to some, the European Union is an exaggerated system of government that drains wealth and compromises the power of independent nations.
The Maastricht Treaty created the European Union (EU) on November 1, 1993. The European Union was not formed immediately by the Maastricht Treaty, but was the consequence of steady incorporation since 1945, a development when one stage of union has been seen to function, giving assurance and momentum for a next level. In this way, the EU can be said to have been created by the stipulates of its associate nations.
The end of the 2WW left Europe separated between the socialist, Soviet dominated, eastern league, and the mostly democratic western states. There were doubts over what course a rebuilt Germany would acquire and in the west deliberations of a centralized European union re-surfaced.
Hopeful to unite Germany to the pan-European independent society to the degree that it, and the rest of allied European nation, together wouldn’t be capable of starting a new war, and would oppose the development of the socialist to the east.