The Slavs in European history and civilization.

New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press [1962] .
ISBN 9780813507996, 0813507995, 0813504031, 9780813504032

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Other Title Archives of Czechs and Slovaks Abroad. ICU
Subjects Cultuur.
Europe -- History.
Slavische volken.
Slavs -- History.
Description xxviii, 688 pages maps 25 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 565-635. Includes bibliographical references).
Summary A seminar on the history of Slavic politics, international relations, culture, and religion during the 6th through the 19th century.
Contents Europe to the thirteenth century -- The last Premyslides, Bohemia, and Poland -- John of Bohemia, Emperor Louis IV, and Poland -- Charles IV, emperor and king of Bohemia, and Casimir the Great, king of Poland -- The second Bulgarian empire, the rise of Serbia -- The political organization of medieval Slavic states -- Slavic medieval cultural achievements -- The Czech reformation and its aftermath -- The Russian principalities, the rise of Lithuania and Moscow, the Jagiellonian Federation -- The Jagiellonian dynastic commonwealth and the Turkish danger -- Poland-Lithuania and the Baltic -- The growth of Muscovy and its relations with Poland-Lithuania -- The Renaissance and the Slavs, Slavic cultural achievements in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries -- The social and political development of the western and southern Slavs from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century -- The growth of Muscovite autocracy: social and political changes in east Russia -- The Reformation and the Slavs -- The Hapsburgs, Muscovy, Poland-Lithuania, and Bohemia -- Poland, Muscovy's "time of troubles, "and the birth of the Ukraine -- The Muscovite state under the first Romanovs -- Imperial Russia and the Slavic world.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)392665
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Dvornik, Francis, 1893-1975.
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