Church and State behind the Iron Curtain: Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania: With An Introduction on the Soviet Union

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INDEX
Figures indicate pages; letters in front of figures indicate the country; C -- Czechoslovakia; H -- Hungary; P -- Poland; R -- Romania; S -- Soviet Union. A
Abbreviations, C 5, H 75, P 163, R 256
Ábrahám, Mózes, H 149, notes 131, 134; 150 note 142
Acheson, Dean, H 127
Act of Union of 1698, R 270
Adamski, Stanisław, Bishop, P 215
Adventist Church, Seventh Day, R 260, 281, 289, 290
Agaphangel Metropolitan, S xxi-xxiii
Alba-Julia, the Diocese of, R 269, 270
Alekseev, Sxxiv and Note 61 to Introduction
Alexii -- bishop later, Moscow Patriarch, P 239; S xv, xxii
Ambord, P. Beat, S. J., H 150 note 160
Andreev, Sxxiv and Note 61 to Introduction
Annabring, Mathias, H 91
Andrew II, King, H 91
Antireligious propaganda, S xi-xviii, xxiv
Antireligious correspondence course institute, S xi-xii
Aprobatat Constitutio, R 288
Archives, Expropriation of, H 90
Armenian-Gregorian Church, R 260, 262, 263
Armenian Uniates (Catholic), H 83; R 260, 269, 270, 285, 286
Armistice of January 20, 1948, H 111
Army Chaplains, appointment, C 19, P 235
Art, Works of, H 90, 101, S xix. See also Church Property
Associations, Religious. See Religious Associations
Atheism, C 21, R 292, 293, P 180, 189; S xi-xviii, xxv
Augsburg Evangelical Church or Augsburg Church of Evangelicals, C 12, 13, H 80, 83, P 240
Augsburg Protestant Church of Poland, P 239, 240
Austrian Laws, in Bukovina, R 259; in Czech lands, C 7, 18; in Czechosloavkia, C 15; in former German area, C 7
Autocephalous churches. See under the name of the particular church
Autocephalous Status, H 82, P 238, 239, R 257, 265, 281
Az Ember, H 97
B
Badarik, Bartalan Bishop, H 143, 144
Balogh, Jenö, H 138
Banat, R 259, 270
Baptist Church, C 12, H 83, R 260, 281, 289, 290
Baziak, Archbishop, formerly Metropolitan of Lwów, P 217
Beale, Joseph Henry, H 150 note 159
Bednorz, Filip, Rev. -- Capitular Vicar, P 245
Bednorz, Herbert, Aux. Bishop, P 215
Bessarabia, R 259, 269, 287
Bibliographies, C 67, H 156, 157, P 250- 252, R 298, 299
Bieniek, Juliusz, Aux. Bishop, P 215
Bierut, Bolesław, P 203, 223, 228
Bishops, archbishops, See under Roman Catholic Church, Russian Orthodox Church
Bliss Lane, Arthur, U. S. Ambassador, P 226. See also United States of America
Bohemia, C 7, 9-11, 14, 30. See also Czech Lands
Brasov, Lutheran Seminary at, R 288
Breitinger, Fr. -- as Archbishop of Gniezno and Poznań, P 174
Brikchev, Sxxi and note 42 to Introduction
Brest, Church Council 1596 (Uniates), R 285
Bucharest, Baptist Theological Seminary in, R 289; Catholic Archbishop of,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction - Separation of Church from State in the Soviet Union ix
  • Church and State in Czechoslovakia 1
  • Contents 3
  • Abbreviations 5
  • I. Introduction 7
  • Church and State in Hungary 69
  • Church and State in Poland 159
  • Contents 161
  • Abbreviations 163
  • Church and State in Romania 253
  • Index 301
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