East Central Europe between the Two World Wars

Author: Joseph Rothschild

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 438

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East Central Europe Between The Two World Wars is a sophisticated political history of East Central Europe in the interwar years. Written by an eminent scholar in the field, it is an original contribution to the literature on the political cultures of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and the Baltic states.

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A Political History of East Central Europe Since World War II

Author: Joseph Rothschild

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 274

View: 550

An engaging and straightforward political narrative, the book is organised chronologically, in a country-by-country format that makes information easily accessible to students. Each section features comments summarising and examining the most important themes of Eastern Europe during the rise and fall of Communism.

East Central Europe Between the Two World Wars

Author: Joseph Rothschild

Publisher: History of East Central Europe

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 420

View: 393

East Central Europe Between The Two World Wars is a sophisticated political history of East Central Europe in the interwar years. Written by an eminent scholar in the field, it is an original contribution to the literature on the political cultures of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and the Baltic states.

Economic Nationalism And Development

Central And Eastern Europe Between The Two World Wars

Author: Jan Kofman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 258

View: 693

In art era of ever-increasing national consciousness combined, paradoxically, with pressures for regional economic integration, this thought-provoking and exhaustively researched volume will challenge readers' assumptions about optimal paths to national economic development. Drawing on archival sources as well as published materials in eight langua

The Jews of East Central Europe Between the World Wars

Author: Ezra Mendelsohn

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 300

View: 517

" --Journal of Polish Jewish StudiesAn illuminating study of the demographic, cultural, and socioeconomic condition of East Central European Jewry, the book focuses on the internal life of Jewish communities in the region and on the relationships between Jews and gentiles in a nationalist environment.

East-central Europe In The 1990s

Author: Joan Serafin

Publisher: Westview Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 498

A volume which explores the political, economic and social changes taking place in post-communist Europe. The contributing authors analyze current issues and trends, linking them to their origins in the communist past.

Twentieth-century Eastern European Writers

Second series

Author: Gale Cengage

Publisher: Detroit [Mich.] : Gale Group

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 422

View: 701

Essays on some of the most prominent Eastern European writers from the twentieth-century from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. Discusses the contributions of these authors who played a significant role in the growth, development, and preservation of their respective literatures. This rich and diverse literary history of Eastern Europe mirrors the depth and complexity of its social and political history.

East-Central Europe

An Introductory Geography

Author: Richard Horsley Osborne

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Europe, Eastern

Page: 384

View: 481

Dotyczy m.in. Polski.

Slavic Review

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Electronic journals

Page:

View: 466

Coverage of Russian, Eurasian and East European issues.

Interwar East Central Europe, 1918-1941

The Failure of Democracy-building, the Fate of Minorities

Author: Sabrina P. Ramet

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 340

View: 700

This monograph focuses on the challenges that interwar regimes faced and how they coped with them in the aftermath of World War One, focusing especially on the failure to establish and stabilize democratic regimes, as well as on the fate of ethnic and religious minorities. Topics explored include the political systems and how they changed during the two decades under review, land reform, Church–state relations, and culture. Countries studied include Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Albania.

Poland

Author: Richard Casimir Lewanski

Publisher: Oxford, England ; Santa Barbara, Calif. : Clio Press

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 267

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Germany and the Two World Wars

Author: Andreas Hillgruber

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 120

View: 256

One of the most hotly disputed topics in twentieth-century history has been Germany's share of responsibility—its "guilt"—for the outbreak of the two world wars. In this short, penetrating study, Europe's leading authority on German power politics clarifies the dispute and offers insight into this central question about modern Germany.

Europe in the Twentieth Century

Author: Roland N. Stromberg

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Europe

Page: 497

View: 524

For courses in Twentieth Century Europe. Written by a noted intellectual historian, this concise, interpretive history of twentieth-century European society and civilization surveys the full range of social, political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic events - from pre-World War I to the 1990s.