Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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Index
Abyssinia 188, 191
Adenauer, K. 57
Ahvenainen, J. 383, 389
Akenson, D. 14
Albania 186, 220
Aminoff, G. 393
Andree, R. 77
Anglo-Irish Treaty 17, 23
Apel 56
Argentina 174
Austria 4, 5, 6, 183, 232–45
Anschluss235–6, 239–40, 241
Catholics 239, 240
Christian Socialists 236, 237, 238
Communists 240
Credit-Anstalt 238
economic decline 232–4
First Republic 232–40
functional disruption 233–4
German occupation 234, 240–2
growth 242, 244
interwar economic policy 237–9
National Socialism 239, 241
neutrality 244
Pan-Germans 236
patriotism 240–2, 244–5
political weakness 234–7
Social Democrats 236, 237, 238, 240
Socialists 237, 240
Austrian Low Countries 34
Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 4, 130, 296, 315, 333, 389
Basque country 128, 150–72
1973 crisis 165–7
Aceria Compacta 168
Banco de Bilbao 162
Banco de Biscay 161
Banco de Comercio 161
Banco de San Sebastián 161
Banco de Vizcaya 162
Banco Guipúzcoano 161, 162
Banco Internacional 161
Crédito de la Union Minera 161
ETA 157
financial sector 161–2, 164
fueros151–7, 168–9
historical rights 170
immigration 162
industrialisation 158–62, 169
La Papelera Española 161
military service 152
'Pase foral' 151–2, 153–5
political organisation 151
taxation 152, 155
see also Spain
Baudoin 40
Bauer, O. 236
Belgian Law Gazette37
Belgium 2, 130
(1914–45) 37–9
(1946–59) 39–40
(1959–79) 40–3
Community Council 43
constitutional reforms 44
Dutch/French population split 33–7
Flemish movement 34–5, 37–9, 43–4
language 34, 36, 43
long-term economic changes 33–47
migration 35
oil shocks 43–4
University of Ghent 37–8
Walloon Movement 36, 43
Beneš, E. 289
Bičanić, R. 318
Blaschke, K. 72
Bombelles, J. 324
Bogomolov, O. 417
Bohemia 234, 264, 286, 288, 289
Bonaparte, Joseph 128
Borak, N. 6, 310–37
Bosnia—Herzegovina 310

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