Resistance and Rebellion: Lessons from Eastern Europe

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Figures and Tables

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1.1 Map of Svainikai village as drawn by a former residentpage5
1.2 Membership list of Grandis fraternity created by a former member6
1.3 The spectrum of individual roles during rebellion9
1.4 Levels of analysis in the study of rebellion and revolution26
2.1 Examples of hierarchy in an occupied multiethnic state35
2.2 Sets of possible resistance symbols39
2.3 Safety considerations during beginning stages of resistance41
2.4 Status considerations in beginning stages of resistance in two hypothetical societies42
2.5 Combined utility values of safety and status for two hypothetical societies43
2.6 Example of a community structure46
2.7 Normative effects on thresholds57
2.8 Three hypothetical communities58
2.9a An effect of increased density63
2.9b The inhibiting effects of high density64
2.9c The critical position of a first-acting group67
2.9d The effects of centralization70
2.9e Centralization and the distribution of thresholds71
2.9f The effects of economic fragmentation74
3.1 A community configuration of the village of Svainikai121
3.2 The village of interviewee 21127
4.1 Grandis community structure136

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Figures and Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Mechanisms and Process 32
  • 3 - Lithuania, 1940–1941 80
  • 4 - Rebellion in an Urban Community: the Role of Leadership and Centralization 134
  • 5 - The German Occupation of Lithuania 153
  • 6 - Postwar Lithuania 170
  • 7 - More Cases, More Comparisons 205
  • 8 - Resistance in the Perestroika Period 236
  • 9 - Fanatics and First Actors 272
  • 10 - Conclusions 296
  • Bibliography 305
  • Index 317
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