The Other Europe: Eastern Europe to 1945

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Index
Adrianople, Treaty of ( 1829), 41-42
Aehrenthal, Count, 96
Agrarian Party (Bulgaria), 256
Agrarian Party (Czechoslovakia), 198- 99, 202
Agriculture: in interwar Albania, 262; in interwar Czechoslovakia, 191; in in- terwar Poland, 173-78; in interwar Romania, 220-22; in interwar Soviet Union, 319-20; in interwar Yugo- slavia, 238-39
Albania, 24-25; diplomacy in, World War I, 142-43; diplomatic policy in interwar, 159-60; education in, 123; education in interwar, 264-65; geog- raphy of, 14-15; government and re- sistance in World War II, 307; history, 1848-1914, 107-9; history in 1800, 25; industrial development in, 262-63; Italian intervention in, 268; nationalism in, 42, 268; in Otto- man Empire, 1400-1800, 27-28, 42; social classes in interwar, 263-64
Albanians: and First Balkan War, 97; and interwar Yugoslavia, 243; in Ma- cedonia, 94
Alecsandri, Vasile, 129
Alexander I, Tsar of Russia, 34, 49-52, 93
Alexander II, Tsar of Russia, 49-51
Alexander, King of Yugoslavia, 247-48, 290
Alexander, Prince of Bulgaria, 101-3
Alföld, See Great Plain
American-Albanian Agricultural School, 265
Andrássy, Gyula, 65
Anschlüss, 163-66
Anti-Fascist Council of National Libera- tion (Yugoslavia), 300-301 Anti-Sem- itism: and Béla Kun regime in Hungary, 208; in interwar Hungary, 215-18; in interwar Romania, 225- 26, 234-36; in Russian Empire ( 1800-1848), 35-36; and wartime Czechoslovakia, 282
Antonescu, General Ion, 168, 301-5
Arany, János, 128
Arrowcross, 286-89
Ausgleich, 60-63, 71, 76-77, 79, 83- 85, 89, 122
Austria, 3; industrial development in, 71; politics in ( 1867-1914), 68-75; and Romanians after Crimean War, 90; structure of (Imperial), 67-68
Austria-Hungary: alliance with Ro- mania, 106; and Balkan politics, 96- 97; and Bulgaria, 103; foreign policy and origins of World War I, 134; re- lations with Serbia, 98-100; structure of, 60-63, 65
Austrians, and siege of Vienna, 115
Austro-Prussian War (1866), 71, 105
Averescu, General Alexander, 230-31

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction - What Is Eastern Europe? xi
  • 1 - The Lands of Eastern Europe 1
  • 2 - History to 1800 16
  • 3 - History, 1800-1848 32
  • 4 - History, 1848-1914 47
  • 5 - Why is There an Eastern Europe? 110
  • 6 - The Great War 132
  • 7 - Interwar Eastern Europe an Overview 150
  • 8 - Interwar Poland 171
  • 9 - Interwar Czechoslovakia 189
  • 10 - Interwar Hungary 205
  • 11 - Interwar Romania 219
  • 12 - Interwar Yugoslavia 237
  • 13 - Interwar Bulgaria 251
  • 14 - Interwar Albania 261
  • 15 - Eastern Europe in World War II 270
  • 16 - The Soviet Example 308
  • 17 - The East European Communist Parties to 1945 325
  • Afterword Eastern Europe on the Eve of A New Vassalage 359
  • Appendix - Maps 365
  • Notes 393
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 407
  • Index 417
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