East Central Europe Between The Two World Wars is a sophisticated political history of East Central Europe in the interwar years. Written by an eminent scholar in the field, it is an original contribution to the literature on the political cultures of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and the Baltic states.
In scope, depth of analysis, and, not the least, fairness and objectivity, this book has no rivals as far as the area of East Central Europe is concerned. It will certainly become required reading in all area--related courses, and one hopes that it will also win a place for itself on reading lists for courses in modern Europe.
Introductory Survey; Poland; Czechoslovakia; Hungary; Yugoslavia; Romania; Bulgaria; Albania; On the Periphery of East Central Europe: the Baltic States; Survey of Culture; Bibliographical Essay; Index
Series: History of East Central Europe
For Ages: 22+ years old
For Grades: 17+
Number Of Pages: 438
Published: 1st December 1974
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.52 x 15.32
Weight (kg): 0.68