Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe: From the Congress of Vienna to the Fall of Communism

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Index

A
Abakanowicz, Magdalena, 1, 619, 623
Abakans, 1
Abdülmecid I, Ottoman sultan, 264
abortion, 103, 265, 849, 851, 853, 857
anti-abortion law, Romania, 126, 854–855
Abraham
and Islam, 390
and Judaism, 407
academic realism, art, 720
acid rain, 75, 259
Action Program, 637
Activists, 337
Act XII of 1867, 449
Adamic, Louis, 748
Adam Mickiewicz University, 634
Adrianople, 52, 53
Adrianople, Treaty of, 2, 165–166, 248
Adriatic, 537
Adventures of the Good Soldier Švejk during the World War (Hašek), 188, 321
Ady, Endre, 2–3, 336, 338, 342, 359, 383, 541
Aegean Macedonia, 469, 470
Aehrenthal, Alois Baron Lexa von, 3–4, 63
Afghanistan, Soviet occupation, 85, 613
Agerpres, 489
Agimi (The Dawn), 16
Agolli, Dritëro, 21
d'Agoult, Marie, 458
Agrarian Associations, 47
Agrarian Defense, 574
Agrarian National Guard, 547–548
agrarian parties, 4, 4–5, 47, 63, 97
Bulgaria, 47, 97, 102, 105–106, 148, 239, 294, 514, 547–548, 573–574
Czechoslovakia, 63, 198, 310, 774–775, 819
Green International, 310
See also peasant parties
Agrarian Party
Bulgaria, 294, 514
Czechoslovakia, 63, 198
Agrarian Reform Law, 568
Agrarian Union, Bulgaria, 97, 102, 239
Agreement of Varkiza, 309
Agricultural Association, 593, 594
Agricultural Encyclopedia, 435
agricultural institutes, 328
Agricultural Society, 398, 901
agriculture, 5–6
chiftlik, 133, 163
under communism, 5–6, 144, 238, 271
and Great Depression, 6, 240, 304
and peasants, 5, 133, 567, 568
See also specific countries
Aigner, Piotr, 618, 622
air pollution, 259
Ajdukiewicz, Kazimierz, 6, 628, 816
Aksakov, Ivan, 736
Aksakov, Konstantin, 736
Alba Iulia, 6–7, 513, 680
Albania, 21
Albania, 7–22, 19
agriculture, 7, 238
art, 16–17
as Balkan country, 52
capital city, 793–794
cinema, 17
communism, 13–15, 16–19, 21, 146–148, 330–331
communism, end of, 15, 19, 147–148
culture, 17–19
economic development, 237–238
education, 10, 252, 253
émigrés, 15, 19, 537
geography, 7
history, 8–16, 52, 160
intelligencia, 537–538
irredentism, 389, 390
language, 10, 17, 20, 292
literature, 20–22
music, 16
nationalism, 10–11, 17–18, 160, 451–452, 525
and Ottoman Empire, 8–10, 20–21, 451–452, 848
philosophy/philosophers, 576–577
political parties.
See political parties; individual parties by name
religion, 9–10, 12, 15, 19, 334–335, 392
theater, 16
women in, 848
World War I, 11–13, 160, 180, 799
World War II, 13
Albanian Autocephalous Orthodox Church, 19
Albanian Cultural Revolution, 18
Albanian Democratic Party, 238
Albanian Orthodox Church, 10, 537
Albanian party, 14
Albanians
in Kosovo, 427–428, 891, 893
lands inhabited by, 389
in Macedonia, 469
in Montenegro, 507
in Romania, 19

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Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe: From the Congress of Vienna to the Fall of Communism
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Contributors ix
  • Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe xv
  • A - Abakanowicz, Magdalena (1930–) 1
  • B - Babits, Mihaly (1883–1941) 45
  • C - Cankar, Ivan (1876–1918) 117
  • D - Dalmatia 211
  • E - East Prussia 235
  • F - Family 265
  • G - Gafencu, Grigore (1892–1957) 283
  • H - Habsburg Empire 317
  • I - Iancu, Avram (1824–72) 375
  • J - Jagiellonian University 395
  • K - Kádár, János (1912–89) 411
  • L - Labor 441
  • M - Macedonia (Geography) 469
  • N - Načertanije 519
  • O - Obradović, Dositej (Dimitrije) (C. 1739–1811) 543
  • P - Paderewski, Ignacy Jan (1860–1941) 555
  • R - Račić, Josip (1885–1908) 647
  • S - Sabin, Albert Bruce (1906–93) 707
  • T - Taaffe, Count Eduard (1833–95) 785
  • U - Udržal, František (1868–1938) 819
  • V - Varna 825
  • W - Wajda, Andrzej (1926–) 837
  • X - Xenopol, Alexandra D. (1847–1920) 863
  • Y - Yalta Conference 865
  • Z - Zadruga 899
  • Index 909
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