Return to Diversity: A Political History of East Central Europe since World War II

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Index
Abakumov, Viktor S., 148
Adriatic islands, 49, 52
Agrarian National Union (Bulgaria), 253
Agrarian party (Albania), 256
Agrarian “question.” See Peasantry
Agrarian Union (Bulgaria), 66, 114–15, 117, 118
Agriculture. See also Land reform; Peasantry
in Bulgaria, 214
in Czechoslovakia, 95
in Hungary, 204
in Poland, 192
“post-peasantist,” 225
in Romania, 164
Aimone of Spoleto (duke), 49
Albania
civil war in, 71–72
Communist assumption of power in, 119–21, 255
desatellization of, 173–80
diaspora, 290
economic transition in, 289–90
economy of, 69, 120, 176, 177–78, 254, 255
elections
of 1991 in, 256–57
of 1992 in, 257, 289, 290
of 1996 in, 291
of 1997 in, 292
emigration from, 255, 289
end of Communist rule in, 254–58
government of national reconciliation, 292
interwar, 7
Kosovo and, 255, 290
oppositional parties in, 257
purges in, 178
pyramid schemes in, 291
reforms in, 255
student demonstrations in, 256
World War II and, 69–72
Yugoslavia and, 68, 70, 71–72, 174, 309n10
Albanian Communist party, 70, 71–72, 119–21, 174
Albanian Party of Labor, 174, 257
Alexandrov, Chudomir, 252
Alia, Ramiz, 179, 180, 254–57, 290
Alliance of Free Democrats (Hungary), 244, 278, 280
Allied Control Commissions, 97
Andropov, Yuri A., 219, 241
Antall, Jćzsef, 244, 278, 279, 280
Antifascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ), 52–53
Anti-Semitism. See Jews
Antonescu, Ion, 59–62, 284
Arab-Israeli Six-Day War, 194
Austria, 3,6, 7
Bukovina and, 304n 12
Authoritarian institutions, 16–17
AVNOJ. See Antifascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia
AWS. See Solidarity Election Action
Balance of power, 24
Balcerowicz, Leszek, 232, 267, 271
Balkan federation schemes, 129, 130
Balli Kombëtar. See National Front (Albania)
Balogh, István, 100
Baltic states, 7, 21
Banat, 48
Barnes, Maynard B., 116, 308n31
Beneš, Edvard, 31, 32, 34, 35–37, 41, 77, 305n9
and Communist power, 89, 90, 93, 94

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Return to Diversity: A Political History of East Central Europe since World War II
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Return to Diversity iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface to the Second Edition x
  • Preface to the First Edition xi
  • 1: The Interwar Background 1
  • 2: World War II 23
  • 3: The Communists Come to Power 75
  • 4: The Dialectics of Stalinism and Titoism 125
  • 5: The Revenge of the Repressed:East Central Europereasserts Itself 147
  • 6: A Precarious Stalemate 191
  • 7: The Various Endgames 227
  • 8: The Postcommunist Decade 265
  • Notes 303
  • Suggested Readings 317
  • Index 325
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