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Borderlands of western civilization; a history of East Central Europe.

New York, Ronald Press Company [1952] .
ISBN 9780826037404, 0826037402

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Subjects Civilisation slave.
Europe centrale -- Histoire.
Europe, Central -- History.
Europe, Central.
Europe, Eastern -- History.
Europe, Eastern.
Slavs -- History.
Description xvi, 503 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1952]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 477-484) and index.
Contents The background. The geographical and ethnographical background ; The Slavs and their neighbors ; Toward political organization -- The medieval tradition. The heritage of the tenth century ; Internal disintegration and foreign penetration ; The heritage of the thirteenth century ; The new forces of the fourteenth century -- Renaissance developments. The times of Władysław Jagiełło and Sigismund of Luxemburg ; The later fifteenth century ; From the first congress of Vienna to the union of Lublin ; The later sixteenth century -- The eastern wing of the balance of power system. The first half of the seventeenth century ; The second half of the seventeenth century ; The end of the ancien régime ; The partitions of Poland and the Eastern question -- Nationalism versus imperialism. The Napoleonic period ; Revolutionary movements until 1848 ; From the Crimean War to the Congress of Berlin ; Toward World War I -- Twenty years of freedom. The consequences of World War I ; The peoples of East Central Europe between the wars ; International relations between the wars -- During and after World War II. Hitler's war ; Stalin's peace.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Europe, Central
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4942107
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Halecki, Oskar, 1891-1973.
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