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Title Postwar continuity and new challenges in Central Europe, 1918-1923 : the war that never ended / edited by Tomasz Pudłocki and Kamil Ruszała
Imprint New York : Routledge, 2022
book jacket
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 Modern History Library  947 P858    AVAILABLE    30550100699451
 人文社會聯圖  DJK49 .P67 2022    AVAILABLE    30600020141587
Descript ix, 461 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Series Routledge studies in modern European history ; volume 86
Routledge studies in modern European history ; 86
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
List of figures -- List of tables -- The war that never ended: East-Central Europe after 1918 / Tomasz Pudłocki and Kamil Ruszała -- The politics of recognition at the Paris Peace Conference / Leonard V. Smith -- The protection of minorities at the Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920) / Miran Marelja, Ozren Pilipović, and Meta Athik -- Montenegro 1918-1921 in the context of the Adriatic Question / Petar Bagarić -- Diplomacy and national identity of Czechoslovakia in the interwar period: appropriation, thematisation, institutionalization and sustainability / Milada Polišenskás -- The leftover empire?: imperial legacies and statehood in the successor states of AustriaHungary / Gábor Egry -- Where did the postwar politics of memory lead to? / Maciej Górny -- "Hoch den Kaiser"!: The legitimist cause in early postwar Austria / Christopher Brennan -- Polish and Ukrainian propaganda of violence during and shortly after the war for Eastern Galicia (1918-1919) / Jagoda Wierzejska -- Ethnicization of anti-Bolshevism: a comparative analysis of anti-Semitic violence in Hungary and Ukraine (1919-1921) / Giuseppe Motta -- "Robbery and murder": conflicts at the Polish-Romanian border in the aftermath of the war / Elisabeth Haid -- Three nations at the crossroads: Poles, Jews and Lemkos Between 1918 and 1919 / Kamil Ruszała -- The formation of a new administrative and political apparatus in Slovakia, 1918-1920: backgrounds and networks / Etienne Boisserie -- Feldsberg/Valtice and the Lower Austrian towns that became Czech, 1918-1920 / Kathryn E. Densford -- Defending Christianity and social order in the aftermath of the First World War: discourse and polemics in the Austrian Catholic Conservative press / Konstantinos Raptis -- The denationalized children of Transylvania: the State Children's Asylum in Cluj after 1918 / Edina Gál -- The birth of Czechoslovakia between ideals and realpolitik: Masaryk, Beneš and Štefánik in balance between Italy and France on the international chessboard / Alessandro Volpato -- The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in 1918-1923: facing social and religious challenges / Iryna Orlevych -- The Greek Catholic parish clergy in liberation struggle of the Galician Ukrainians in 1918-1923 / Nataliia Kolb -- Serving science versus serving the country: university professors of Western neophilologies in Poland, 1918-1923 / Tomasz Pudłocki -- Stefan Surzycki's activities for Polish agriculture in the revived Polish state / Andrzej Synowiec -- Contributors -- Index
"This book presents a multi-layered analysis of the situation in Central Europe after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The new geopolitics emerging from the Versailles order, and at the same time ongoing fights for borders, considerable war damage, social and economic problems and replacement of administrative staff as well as leaders, all contributed to the fact that unlike Western Europe, Central Europe faced challenges and dilemmas on an unprecedented scale. The editors of this book have invited authors from over a dozen academic institutions to answer the question of to what extent the solutions applied in the Habsburg Monarchy were still practiced in the newly created nation states, and to what extent these new political organisms went their own ways. It offers a closer look at Central Europe with its multiple problems typical of that region after 1918 (organizing the post-imperial space, a new political discourse and attempts to create new national memories, the role of national minorities, solving social problems, and verbal and physical violence expressed in public space). Particular chapters concern post-1918 Central Europe on the local, state and international levels, providing a comprehensive view of this sub-region between 1918 and 1923"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Europe, Eastern -- History -- 1918-1945
Europe, Central -- History -- 20th century
Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945
Europe, Central -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Europe, Eastern -- Social conditions -- 20th century
Europe, Central -- Social conditions -- 20th century
Alt Author Pudłocki, Tomasz, editor, author
Ruszała, Kamil, editor, author
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