History Derailed: Central and Eastern Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century

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ILLUSTRATIONS

FIGURES

(following p. 46)

1.Constantin Lecca, The Murder of Mihai the Brave
2.Wojciech Gerson, The Death of Przemysł
3.Jan Matejko, The Battle of Grünewald
4.Mihály Munkácsy, The Arrival of the Hungarians in the Danube Valley
5.The National Theater in Budapest
6.The National Theater in Bucharest
7.Brno Opera House, 1882
8.Walenty Wankowicz, Adam Mickiewicz
9.Seweryn Oleszczynski, Joachim Lelevel
10.Viktor Madarász, The Death of Sándor Petőfi
11.Miklós Barabás, Franz Liszt
12.Niccolo Livaditti, Vasile Alecsandri and His Family
13.Jósef Peszka, Hugo Kołłątaj
14.Friedrich von Amerling, István Széchenyi
15.Franciszek Smuglewicz, Kościuszko Takes the Oath
16.J. N. Lewicki, The Second Polish Uprising in 1831
17.Jaroslav Dąbrowski, leader of the third Polish uprising in 1863
18.Mihály Than, The Battle of Tápióbicske
19.Ignác Tyroler, Lajos Kossuth
20.Barbu Iscovescu, Avram Jancu
21.Gheorge Tattarescu, Nicolae Bălcescu

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