Eastern Europe, 1740-1985: Feudalism to Communism

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Index

a
Abdul Hamid, Sultan 135-6
Aczel, György 225 , 227 , 237-8
Adler, Viktor 142
Agrarian Union (Bulgaria) 129 , 171-2
agriculture:
and collectivization 161 , 201-2 , 218 ;
co-operative movement in 143 , 175-6 , 212 ;
improvements in 45 , 63 , 121 ;
inter-war problems of 174-5 ;
traditional techniques of 28
Albania 141 , 199 , 205 , 222 , 234 , 237 ;
inter-war policies in 169
Albanians 14 , 15 , 20 , 28 , 141 ;
in Yugoslavia 232 , 235 , 243-4
Alexander I, Tsar of Russia 60 , 61
Alexander Karadjordjevic, King of Yugoslavia 153 , 170
Alexander Obrenovic, King of Serbia 137 ;
murdered 150
Andrassy, Count Gyula 134
Andrian-Werburg, Baron Victor von 70 , 73
Andrianople, Treaty of 73
anti-Semitism 49 , 123-4 , 132 , 230
Antonescu, General Ion 191 , 195
April laws 91 , 92 , 104 , 105
armies:
in Austria 24 , 48 ;
in Hungary 145 ;
in Poland 24 , 57 ;
in Turkey 23
Arrow Cross 178
Auersperg, Count Anton von (Anastasius Grün) 70 , 79 , 87
Austria:
absolutism in 66-7 ;
becomes Republic 155 ;
and constitutional politics 104-5 , 123-4 , 136-7 , 144-5 ;
economic developments in 64 , 11-14,154 ;
Enlightenment in 39 , 40-1 , 48-55passim;
inter-war politics of 171-2 ;
liberalism in 70-1 ;
1848 revolution in 84 ;
see also Habsburg monarchy
Austro-German alliance 134 , 148 ;
and First World War 151 , 154-5
Austro-Germans 78-9 , 91 , 144
Austro-Slavism 92 , 104 , 147

b
Bach, Alexander 89 , 95
Badeni, Count Kasimir 144
Banat 158
banking and finance 24 , 64 , 67 , 111-17passim, 140 , 143 , 174 , 211
Bauer, Otto 131 , 145 , 172
Beccaria, Cesare 39 , 40
Beck, Baron Max von 144
Belgrade 150 , 160 , 198 ;
population of 218
Benes, Edvard 160 , 165 , 179 , 185 , 188 , 194 , 196 , 204 ;
critique of 197-8 ;
and Soviet Union 186 ;
and Sudeten Germans 168
Beria, Lavrenti 200
Berlin, Treaty of 118 n., 134
Bessarabia 162 , 191 , 243
Bethlen, Count Istvan 169

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Maps 6
  • Preface 9
  • 1 - The Feudal Inheritance 13
  • 2 - Enlightenment 35
  • 3 - Liberalism and Nationalism 59
  • 4 - Storm and Settlement, 1848-70 84
  • 5 - Economics and Society, 1850-1914 110
  • 6 - Politics, 1870-1918 133
  • 7 - Independent Eastern Europe 157
  • 8 - From Hitler to Stalin 181
  • 9 - Communist Eastern Europe 205
  • 10 - Epilogue 241
  • Appendix 1 247
  • Appendix 2 251
  • Bibliography 255
  • Index 273
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