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Author Rossos, Andrew
Title Macedonia and the Macedonians : A History
Imprint Stanford : Hoover Institution Press, 2008
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Descript 1 online resource (390 pages)
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Note Front Cover -- Book Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- List of Maps -- Preface -- 1. Land and People at the Crossroads -- Land -- People -- Part One: From Argead Kingdom To Ottoman Vilayets (c. 600 BC - c. AD 1800) -- 2. From Argeads to Huns (c. 600 BC - c. AD 600) -- The Early Kingdom (c. 600 - 359 BC) -- Expansion and Empire (359 - 323 BC) -- Division and Decline (323 - 168 BC) -- Roman and Byzantine Rule, Goths, and Huns (168 BC - c. AD 600) -- 3. Medieval, Slavic Macedonia (c. 600 - c. 1400) -- The Byzantine Commonwealth -- The Slavic Invasions -- Macedonia (c. 600 - c. 850) -- Bulgarian Rule (864 - 971) -- Tsar Samuil's Macedonian Empire (971 - 1018) -- Macedonia: Cradle of Slav Orthodox Culture -- Byzantine Rule and Chaos (1018 - c. 1400) -- 4. Ottoman Rule (c. 1400 - c. 1800) -- The Ottoman Administration and the Orthodox Millet -- Ottoman Expansion and Decline -- Ottoman Decline and the Balkans (c. 1600 - c. 1800) -- Macedonia: Ethnic Transformation, Resistance, Anarchy, and Cultural Stagnation -- Part Two: National Awakening (c. 1800 - 1913) -- 5. Ottoman Reform and Decline (c. 1800 - 1908) -- Macedonian Growth and Decline (1800 - 1870) -- Propaganda War for Macedonia (1870 - 1900) -- 6. National Awakening and National Identity (1814 - 1913) -- Historiography -- Early Macedonian Nationalism (to 1870) -- Paths to Nationhood (1870 - 1913) -- 7. The VMRO and Ilinden (1893 - 1903) -- The VMRO (1893 - 1903) -- Ilinden -- Part Three: Srangers in Their Homeland (1913 - 1940) -- 8. Decline and Partition (1903 - 1919) -- The VMRO's Decline and Split (1903 - 1908) -- Intervention, Wars, and Partition (1903 - 1913) -- Sequel: The Great War and the Peace Settlement -- 9. Macedonia in Three Parts (1920s and 1930s) -- Partition and Assimilation -- Yugoslav (Vardar) Macedonia -- Greek (Aegean) Macedonia
Bulgarian (Pirin) Macedonia -- Macedonianism Survives -- 10. Macedonian Nationalism: From Right to Left (1920s and 1930s) -- Unification Aborted (1924) -- The VMRO and Macedonian Nationalism on the Right -- VMRO (ob.): Macedonian Nationalism on the Left -- Part Four: Statehood and Independence (During and After the Second World War) -- 11. War and Revolution (1940 - 1949) -- A New Partition (1941 - 1944) -- Hostile Neutrality and Beyond (1941 - 1944) -- Toward a Yugoslav Republic (1941 - 1944) -- Greek and Bulgarian Macedonia (1941 - 1944) -- Macedonians in a New Balkans (1944 - 1949) -- 12. Yugoslav Macedonia: Politics and Government (1944 - 1991) -- Yugoslavia's New Dispensation (1944 - 1948) -- Macedonia: Putting Dreams on Ice (1945 - 1948) -- Yugoslav Communism (1948 - 1991) -- Macedonia: A Junior Partner (1943 - 1991) -- 13. Economics, Culture, Minorities (1944 - 1991) -- The Economy: Agriculture and Industry -- Culture: Language, Education, and the Arts -- National Minorities -- 14. Independent Republic (1991 - 2004) -- Setting Up an Independent Republic -- Seeking Foreign Recognition (1991 - 1995) -- Politics in the 1990s: From Left to Right -- Economic Problems -- Macedonian-Albanian Relations -- Epilogue -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Rossos, Andrew Macedonia and the Macedonians : A History Stanford : Hoover Institution Press,c2008 9780817948818
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