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

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22.Costache Petrescu, Demonstration for the 1848 Constitution in Romania
23.George Karajordje, the leader of the Serbian uprising in 1804

(following p. 112)

24.Ukrainian and Jewish musicians in Austria-Hungary
25.A German couple in Transylvania (1910)
26.A Romanian couple in Transylvania (1910)
27.The beginnings of social mobility: the first lawyer (far left) from a well-to-do Hungarian peasant-handicraft family
28.The beginnings of social mobility: laborers in Hódmezővásárhely, 1905
29.A Gypsy settlement in the woods
30.Gypsy woman with pipe
31.W. Kominszko, Polish Jew Mending a Carpet
32.J. F. Piwarski, Jewish Moneylenders in Early Nineteenth-Century Poland
33.Zygmunt Ajdukiewicz, Going to Town
34.Nicolae Grigorescu, Jew with Goose
35.Zsigmond Kornfeld, a Jewish member of the Hungarian Upper House, 1905
36.Hassidic Jew in the Hungarian countryside, 1900
37.Austro-Hungarian emigrants at Rijeka, 1903
38.Nicolae Vermont, Romanian Emigrants

(following p. 158)

39.The organizing committee for the 1896 millennium celebration in Hungary
40.Nicolae Grigorescu, Romanian Great Boyar
41.Hungarian gentry playing cards, 1908
42.Bureaucracy and army: the Bornemissza brothers
43.The Radziwiłł palace
44.The Orlicí palace
45.Esterházy Castle
46.Miklós Barabás, A Romanian Peasant Family Go to Market
47.Shepherds in Hortobágy, Hungary
48.Dance party in a middle-class Budapest home
49.Soma Orlai Petrich, Village School

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