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The National Question in Europe in Historical Context

The National Question in Europe in Historical Context

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  • Editors:
  • Mikulas Teich, Robinson College, Cambridge
  • Roy Porter, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, University College London
Victor Kiernan, Douglas Johnson, Andrew Lyttleton, Simon Barton, Louis Vos, Walter Schmidt, Heinrich August Winkler, Ernst Bruckmuller, Arnost Klima, Emil Niederhauser, Mirjana Gross, Jerzy Tomaszewski, Matti Klinge
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  • Date Published: May 1993
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521367134

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  • The historical impact of national movements in Europe has been dramatic and continues to be an issue of major importance. Leading historians discuss authoritatively European nationalism in its historical context. Nationalism is not of course a specifically European phenomenon, but for reasons of space and intelligibility coverage has been limited geographically. The aim is that the essays should attract readers interested in a historical problem which has been difficult to encompass theoretically and to deal with practically. A glance at what is being shown or written in the media with regard to national and ethnical issues demonstrates the validity of this aim, not only with regard to the multinational former Soviet Union or Yugoslavia in eastern Europe, but also (for example) to the 'four nations' of the British Isles or bi-national Belgium in the west.

    • A top-level collection of essays which addresses one of the most controversial issues of modern European history which is constantly in the news
    • Comments in historical context on nationalist issues in countries of central concern such as the former USSR, Yugoslavia, Spain, etc.
    • Continues the succesful and highly enterprising sequence of volumes edited by Roy Porter and Mikulas Teich which covers some of the great issues of history.
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    • Date Published: May 1993
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521367134
    • length: 364 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.53kg
    • contains: 4 b/w illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. The British Isles: Celt and Saxon Victor Kiernan
    2.The Making of the French Nation Douglas Johnson
    3. The National Question in Italy Andrew Lyttleton
    4. The Roots of the National Question in Spain Simon Barton
    5. Shifting nationalism: Belgians, Flemings and Walloons Louis Vos
    6. The National Question in Europe in the Historical Context of Germany Walter Schmidt
    7. Nationalism and Nation State in Germany Heinrich August Winkler
    8. The National Identity of the Austrians Ernst Bruckmuller
    9. The Czechs Arnost Klima
    10. The National Question in Hungary Emil Niederhauser
    11. The Union of Dalmatia with Northern Croatia: A Crucial Question of the Croatian National Integration in the Nineteenth Century Mirjana Gross
    12. The National Question in Poland in the Twentieth Century Jerzy Tomaszewski
    13. Finland: From Napoleonic Legacy to Nordic Co-operation Matti Klinge.

  • Editors

    Mikulas Teich, Robinson College, Cambridge

    Roy Porter, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, University College London

    Contributors

    Victor Kiernan, Douglas Johnson, Andrew Lyttleton, Simon Barton, Louis Vos, Walter Schmidt, Heinrich August Winkler, Ernst Bruckmuller, Arnost Klima, Emil Niederhauser, Mirjana Gross, Jerzy Tomaszewski, Matti Klinge

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