4 edition of East Central European society in World War I found in the catalog.
East Central European society in World War I
|Statement||Béla K. Király and Nándor F. Dreisziger, editors ; Albert A. Nofi, assistant editor.|
|Series||War and society in East Central Europe ;, vol. 19, East European monographs ;, no. 196, Atlantic studies on society in change ;, no. 38|
|Contributions||Kiraly, Bela K., 1912-, Dreisziger, N. F., Nofi, Albert A.|
|LC Classifications||UA646.8 .W36 vol. 19, D550 .W36 vol. 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 623 p., 5 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||623|
|LC Control Number||85050469|
East-Central Europe is the region between German-, West Slavic- and Hungarian-speaking Europe and the Eastern Slavic lands of Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. Those lands are described as situated "between two": "between two worlds, between two stages, between two futures". In the geopolitical sense, East-Central Europe can be considered alongside Western and . World War I in Europe and the Middle East. World War I was fought between the Central powers and the Allied powers simultaneously on several fronts in western Europe, eastern Europe, and the Middle East. See full-sized image for analysis. Credit Line. Facing History and Ourselves.
The Central European History Society sponsors a book prize and an article prize named after the pioneering social historian Hans Rosenberg. The prizes are given for the best work done in Central European history. The book prize is awarded . Book Description: Through a series of essays on key events in recent years in Russia, the western ex-republics of the USSR and the countries of the one-time Warsaw Pact, John Besemeres seeks to illuminate the domestic politics of the most important states, as well as Moscow’s relations with all of them.
Choice Outstanding Academic Title for The Historical Atlas of Central Europe covers the area from Poland, Lithuania, and the eastern part of Germany to Greece and western Turkey and extends in time from the early fifth century to the present. This new edition of the Historical Atlas of East Central Europe, first published in to great acclaim, incorporates the/5. About this journal. European History Quarterly (EHQ) is a quarterly peer reviewed journal which has earned an international reputation as an essential resource on European history, publishing articles by eminent historians on a range of subjects from the later Middle Ages to post This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
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War and Society in East Central Europe: East Central European Society and the Balkan Wars Atlantic studies Volume 18 of War and Society in East Central Europe, Gunther E. Rothenberg: Authors: Béla K. Király, Gunther E. Rothenberg: Publisher: Brooklyn College Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN.
Central European History offers articles, review essays, and book reviews that range widely through the history of Germany, Austria, and other German-speaking regions of Central Europe from the medieval era to the present.
All topics and approaches to history are welcome, whether cultural, social, political, diplomatic, intellectual, economic, and military history, as well as. This book is a comprehensive treatment of the East Central European region between the First and Second World Wars. The narrative is glib, fluid and thoroughly readable.
The author provides copious tables and maps for easy reference, but this is not a "statistical" by: Introduction ↑. In the last months of the war three major forms of government directly influenced public and private life in East Central Europe. Most of the Habsburg territories belonged to the category of the hinterland and never experienced direct East Central European society in World War I book.
In the eastern part of the empire, the German and Austro-Hungarian military exploited raw materials and food. Uniquely positioned between East and West, the Press established itself as a leader in the history of communism and the transitions to democracy and is widely seen as the lead English language publishing university press dedicated to research connected to, and coming out of central and eastern Europe with its distinctive regional flavor.
East Central European society and war in the prerevolutionary eighteenth century. Boulder: Social Science Monographs ; New York: Distributed by Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gunther E Rothenberg; Béla K Király; Peter F Sugar.
Central Europe is the region comprising the central part of l Europe occupies continuous territories that are otherwise sometimes considered parts of Western Europe, Southern Europe, and Eastern Europe.
The concept of Central Europe is based on a common historical, social, and cultural identity. Central Europe is going through a "strategic.
Croatia Ranko Marinković, Cyclops Translated from Serbo-Croatian by Vlada Stojiljkovic. Billed as a Croatian Ulysses, Ranko Marinković’s Cyclops follows the solipsistic Melkior throughout Zagreb as he and his countrymen gird themselves for World War II.
Propelled by literary allusions—Homer, Petrarch, Dostoyevsky, and many others—and teeming with paranoia and Author: Jeffrey Zuckerman. Combining engaging narrative with analytic power, this book presents the past and present of East Central Europe in the larger context of the political and economic history of the Continent.
The central theme of the book is best summarized by the familiar French proverb that the more things change the more they are the same. For while the historical experience of East Central. Western Society and Eastern Europe in the Decades of the Cold War CHAPTER SUMMARY Both western and eastern Europe were devastated by World War II, yet the U.S.S.R.
soon emerged as a superpower rivaling the U.S. Eastern Europe was dominated by the Soviets for 45 years after the war, and western Europe generally followed the U.S. Size: KB. An 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 by: Central and Eastern Europe is a term encompassing the countries in Central Europe (the Visegrád Group), the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Europe (the Balkans), usually meaning former communist states from the Eastern Bloc (Warsaw Pact) in rly literature often uses the abbreviations CEE or CEEC for this term.
The Organisation for. Marvelous and mystical stories of the thirty-six anonymous saints whose decency sustains the world–reimagined from Jewish folklore. A liar, a cheat, a degenerate, and a whore. These are the last people one might expect to be virtuous. The East Central European Center at the Harriman Institute concerns itself with the countries and peoples in the geographical arc from Bulgaria, (ex-) Yugoslavia, Romania in the southeast of Europe, through Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia in the center, to Poland and the Baltic states in northeastern Europe.
For half a millennium these peoples had a similar destiny in that. The first world war lead European nations to mobilize people and resources from their colonies. How did colonial subjects participate in the war effort, and what did many of them expect in return.
Many Asian, African, and South American nations benefitted financially as their economies became less dependent on Europe, and they were better able. The A History of East Central Europe book series by multiple authors includes books Historical Atlas of Central Europe (History of East Central Europe, Vol.
1), East Central Europe in the Middle Ages, (History of East Central Europe), The Polish-Lithuanian State, (History of East Central Europe), and several more. The Great War and its aftermath The shock of World War I. The year witnessed not only the outbreak of World War I but also such very different events as the publication of James Joyce’s short stories Dubliners, André Gide’s novel Les Caves du Vatican, and D.H.
Lawrence’s story The Prussian was also the year of Pablo Picasso’s. A History of East Central Europe is the first comprehensive, systematic study of the area as a whole to be published in any language. It is designed to present the series reader, the scholar who is not a specialist in East Central European history, and the student who is considering such specialization, with an introduction to the subject and a Author: Paul Robert Magocsi.
--Journal of Polish Jewish Studies An 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.
South East European societies faced several challenges in the post-war period. Their population changed significantly as a consequence of war losses, war-conditioned migrations and territorial reshaping.
As predominantly agrarian countries, they were divided in rural and urban life worlds with contrasting needs and aims. As a legacy of the Great War, veterans played an important .The period of the Renaissance to the present is the bulk of many European history courses in the English language world.
It’s big, packs in a lot, and the single author ties things together better than many multi-author works. and elites in Western and Central Europe, this book covers, not just five hundred years of history, but a crucial Author: Thoughtco Editors.The Eastern Bloc, also known as the Communist Bloc, the Socialist Bloc and the Soviet Bloc, was the group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, East Asia, and Southeast Asia under the hegemony of the Soviet Union (USSR) that existed during the Cold War (–) in opposition to the capitalist Western Western Europe, the term Eastern Bloc generally .