Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century and After

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Abdić, Fikret 431 , 433
Abgrenzung (differentiation) 357-8 , 381 , 382
Abyssinia 150
Academy of Sciences (Czechoslovakia) 331 ;
Institute for Economics 321 ;
Institute of Philosophy 323
Academy of Sciences of the GDR 358
Academy of Sciences (Serbian), memorandum 387
Aczél, György 349
Adamec, Ladislav 398
Afghanistan 354 , 379 , 408 , 409
Africa 307 , 379
Agram trial 16 , 17
Agrarian Party:
Czechoslovak 13-14 , 61 , 62 , 64-5 , 68 , 69 , 71 , 155 ;
German 61 , 68 , 75 ;
Serbian 135
agrarians 10 , 11 , 23-4 , 45 , 61 , 64-5 , 98 , 152 , 153 , 166 , 209 , 217 , 219 , 228 ;
Bulgarian see Bulgarian Agrarian National Union;
Hungarian 61 ;
Poland see Peasant Party;
Polish Peasants’ Party
Agrokomerc (Bosnia) 386-7 , 431
Ahmeti, Vilson 405 , 422
Aizsargi101
AK see Armia Krajowa
Akashi, Yakushi 434
Alba lulia 108 , 112
Albania 7 , 15 , 144-51 , 204 , 356-7 , 389 , 403-5 , 421-3 ;
army 356 ;
bureaucracy 148 , 150 , 356 ;
and China 356 , 357 , 389 ;
communism in 215 , 244 ;
and depression 35 ;
economy 240 , 251 , 404 , 422 ;
education 148-9 ;
factors for revolt 283 ;
fascism in 159 , 204 ;
finanical aid 421-2 ;
foreign policy 421 ;
gendarmerie 147-8 ;
genocide 422-3 ;
and Germany 215 ;
and Gorbachev 407 ;
and Greece 356 , 421 ;
industry 281 ;
intelligentsia 144 , 147 , 148 ;
and Italy 23 , 141-2 , 148 , 149-51 , 179 , 204 , 356 ;
and Kosovo 21 , 180 , 182 , 310 , 350 , 401 ;
land law 149 ;
and Macedonia 446 ;
as monarchy 33 , 148-50 ;
and nationalism 261 ;
partition 144 ;
political allies 356 ;
political groups 145 , 213 ;
political sector developments 422-3 ;
reformism 404-5 ;
reforms of Zog 148-9 ;
religion 144 , 149 , 311 ;
and revisionism 311 , 389 ;
revolts 6 , 20 , 22-3 ;
riots 403 , 404 ;
and Romania 312 ;
secret police 247 , 356 , 404 ;
and Soviet Union 275 , 311 , 356 , 403 ;
and television 411 ;
and USA 403 ;
verification 422-3 ;
Yugoslav forces in 145 ;
and Yugoslavia 259 , 356 , 357
Albanian Party of Democratic Prosperity (PDP) 445 , 446
Albanian-Greek treaty of friendship (1996) 421
Albanians:
in the Balkans 446 ;
of Kosovo 20 , 132 , 387 , 456 ;
in Macedonia 446 , 447
Alexander, King (earlier regent) of Yugoslavia 15 , 22 , 37 , 91 , 130 , 136 , 137 , 138-9 , 140-1 , 159
Alexander of Battenberg, Prince of Bulgaria 26
Alexander III, Tsar 6
Alia, Ramiz 389 , 403 , 422
Alliance of Democrats (Slovakia) 453
Alliance of Free Democrats (Hungary) 381 , 444
Alliance of Young Democrats (FIDESz) (Hungary) 393 , 444

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps and Tables vii
  • Preface to the First Edition ix
  • Preface to the Second Edition xiii
  • Acknowledgements xiv
  • 1 - Before the Twentieth Century 1
  • Part I - The Inter-War Period 29
  • 2 - The Inter-War Years 31
  • 3 - Poland, 1918-39 39
  • 4 - Czechoslovakia, 1918-38 57
  • 5 - Hungary, 1918-41 78
  • 6 - The Baltic States, 1918-40 95
  • 7 - Romania, 1918-41 107
  • 8 - Bulgaria, 1918-41 119
  • 9 - Yugoslavia, 1918-41 130
  • 10 - Albania, 1918-39 144
  • 11 - Ideological Currents in the Inter-War Period 152
  • Part II - Totalitarianism 177
  • 12 - The Second World War in Eastern Europe 179
  • 13 - The Communist Takeovers 211
  • 14 - The Communist System 240
  • 15 - East European Stalinism, 1948-53 255
  • 16 - The Retreat from Stalinism, 1953-6 275
  • Part III - Revisionism 305
  • 17 - Eastern Europe, 1956-68 307
  • 18 - Czechoslovakia, 1968-9 326
  • Part IV - The Decline of Socialism 343
  • 19 - Eastern Europe, 1969-80 345
  • 20 - The Solidarity Crisis, Poland 1980-1 367
  • Part V - The Death of Socialism 377
  • 21 - Eastern Europe, 1980-9 379
  • 22 - The Revolutions of 1989-91 391
  • Part VI - After the Twentieth Century—and after Eastern Europe? 417
  • 23 - Separate Roads to Democracy—and Elsewhere 419
  • Notes 459
  • Bibliography 469
  • Index 499
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