One Europe, Many Nations: A Historical Dictionary of European National Groups

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ONE EUROPE, MANY NATIONS

A Historical Dictionary of European National Groups

James B. Minahan

Greenwood Press

Westport, Connecticut • London

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One Europe, Many Nations: A Historical Dictionary of European National Groups
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction xiii
  • Abaza 1
  • Abkhaz 6
  • Adyge 11
  • Aguls 16
  • Ajars 20
  • Alanders 24
  • Albanians 28
  • Alsatians 36
  • Andalusians 42
  • Andorrans 47
  • Armenians 51
  • Austrians 60
  • Avars 67
  • Azeris 73
  • Azoreans 82
  • Balkars 86
  • Bashkorts 91
  • Basques 98
  • Bavarians 104
  • Belarussians 109
  • Bosnians 119
  • Bretons 129
  • Bulgarians 134
  • Burgundians 140
  • Canarians 144
  • Carpatho-Rusyns 148
  • Catalans 155
  • Chavash 161
  • Chechens 167
  • Cherkess 173
  • Cornish 178
  • Corsicans 182
  • Crimean Tatars 186
  • Croats 192
  • Czechs 199
  • Danes 206
  • Dargins 211
  • Don Cossacks 215
  • Dutch 221
  • English 226
  • Estonians 234
  • Faeroese 241
  • Finns 245
  • Flemish 251
  • French 256
  • Frisians 263
  • Friulis 268
  • Gagauz 272
  • Galicians 277
  • Georgians 281
  • Germans 287
  • Gibraltarians 295
  • Greeks 299
  • Guernseians 305
  • Hungarians 309
  • Icelanders 315
  • Ingrians 320
  • Ingush 325
  • Irish 330
  • Istrians 338
  • Italians 342
  • Jersians 349
  • Kabards 353
  • Kalmyks 357
  • Karachais 363
  • Selected Bibliography 367
  • Karels 368
  • Kashubs 374
  • Komis 378
  • Kuban Cossacks 383
  • Kumyks 388
  • Ladins 392
  • Laks 396
  • Latvians 400
  • Lezgins 406
  • Liechtensteiners 411
  • Ligurians 414
  • Lithuanians 418
  • Livonians 424
  • Lombards 428
  • Luxembourgers 433
  • Macedonians 437
  • Madeirans 444
  • Maltese 448
  • Manx 452
  • Maris 456
  • Meskhtekians 461
  • Moldovans 465
  • MonÉgasques 472
  • Montenegrins 476
  • Selected Bibliography 481
  • Moravians 482
  • Mordvins 488
  • Nogais 493
  • Normans 498
  • Northumbrians 502
  • Norwegians 506
  • Occitans 511
  • Ossetians 517
  • Piedmontese 522
  • Poles 526
  • Portuguese 532
  • Rhinelanders 538
  • Romands 544
  • Romanians 548
  • Romansh 554
  • Roms 557
  • Russians 562
  • Rutuls 572
  • Samis 577
  • Sanjakis 581
  • San Marinese 585
  • Sards 588
  • Savoyards 592
  • Saxons 597
  • Scanians 602
  • Scots 607
  • Serbs 613
  • Sicilians 620
  • Selected Bibliography 624
  • Slovaks 625
  • Slovenes 632
  • Sorbs 638
  • Spaniards 642
  • Swabians 649
  • Swedes 654
  • Swiss-Germans 659
  • Szeklars 664
  • Tabasarans 669
  • Talysh 673
  • Tatars 677
  • Terek Cossacks 682
  • Tsakhurs 687
  • Turks 691
  • Tyroleans 697
  • Udmurts 702
  • Ukrainians 707
  • Venetians 715
  • Veps 720
  • Volga Germans 725
  • Vorarlbergers 731
  • Waldensians 735
  • Walloons 739
  • Welsh 743
  • Zetlanders 747
  • Appendix A 751
  • Appendix B 757
  • Index 763
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