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Eastern European Nationalism in the Twentieth Century
     

Eastern European Nationalism in the Twentieth Century

by Peter F. Sugar
 

The role of the three major isms of the twentieth century (Fascism, Communism and Nationalism) and their importance in the history of nine Eastern European countries (Albania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the former Yugoslavia) is covered. Each chapter analyzes nationalism in a given country based on translations of four

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The role of the three major isms of the twentieth century (Fascism, Communism and Nationalism) and their importance in the history of nine Eastern European countries (Albania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the former Yugoslavia) is covered. Each chapter analyzes nationalism in a given country based on translations of four selected documents over four time periods: 1900-1914, 1918-1939, the Communist period, and the recent post-Communist era. The last chapter draws a general, theoretical picture of the role of nationalism in twentieth century Eastern Europe.

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Peter Mentzel
...a good introduction to East European Nationalism in the twentieth century, its general character as well as the peculiarities among the distinct groups.
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Ethnos-Nation
...a good introduction to East European Nationalism in the twentieth century, its general character as well as the peculiarities among the distinct groups.
— Peter Mentzel, Utah State University

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781879383395
Publisher:
University Publishing Association
Publication date:
11/01/1995
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.22(h) x 1.20(d)

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Peter F. Sugar is Professor of History at the University of Washington.

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