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Title Territorial revisionism and the allies of Germany in the Second World War : goals, expectations, practices / edited by Marina Cattaruzza, Stefan Dyroff, Dieter Langewiesche
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Published New York : Berghahn Books, 2015
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Series Austrian and Habsburg studies ; 15
Austrian and Habsburg studies ; 15
Contents 1923-1944 ; Stefan Troebst Vision turned into Politics: The Bulgarian Syndrome of San Stefano Peaceful Revisionism": Official Bulgarian Foreign Policy in the Interwar Period Militant Revisionism: Informal Bulgarian Interwar Balkan Policy Revision Achieved-And Lost Again: Bulgaria and IMRO in the Second World War Legacies: IMRO in Today's Bulgarian and Macedonian Politics Chapter 10. Romania in the Second World War: Revisionist Out of Necessity ; Mariana Hausleitner Minorities Policies, Romanization and anti-Semitism in Romania 1918-1941 The Redrawing of the Romanian Borders 1938-1940 The so called "Purification" in the Bukovina, Bessarabia and Transnistria 1941-1944 Who planned and organized the "national purification" of Romania Conclusion Bibliography; Index
Civil War in Occupied Territories: The Polish-Ukrainian Conflict in the Interwar Years and in the Second World War ; Frank Golczewski National Disappointment Hopes set on the Great Powers The Changes of 1941 The Change of the Tide After the War Chapter 9. The Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization and Bulgarian Revisionism,
Revisionism in Regional Perspective ; Holly Case Revisionism as Ideology Revisionist and Anti-Revisionist Solidarity: The Case of the Little Entente Lessons and Models in the Geopolitics of Revisionism: Bulgaria and Romania Revisionism and Domestic Policy Conclusion Chapter 5
Sudeten German and Transylvanian Hungarian political elites as actors of revisionism before and during the Second World War ; Franz Horvath Introduction Some remarks on terminology (Minority groups, Revisionism, and Loyalty) Sudeten Germans and Transylvanian Hungarians as Revisionist Minorities Dominating the others. Sudeten Germans and Transylvanian Hungarians as Members of the Ruling Nation (1938/40-1944/45) Conclusion Chapter 3. Germany turns eastwards: The "Volksdeutsche" in Central and Eastern Europe ; Norbert Spannenberger Minority Politics and German "Volksgruppen" in the States of the South Eastern European Region A Sketch of National Socialist Volksgruppen Politics in Practice REVISIONISM AS A DRIVING FORCE Chapter 4
Notes Hungarian Revisionism in Thought and Action, 1920-1941 (Plans, Expectations,
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Nationalism -- Europe, Central -- History -- 20th century.
Nationalism -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 20th century.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Collaborationists -- Europe, Central.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Collaborationists -- Europe, Eastern.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Occupied territories.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Territorial questions -- Europe, Central.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Territorial questions -- Europe, Eastern.
Europe, Central -- Boundaries -- History -- 20th century.
Europe, Eastern -- Boundaries -- History -- 20th century.
Form Electronic book
Author Cattaruzza, Marina, 1950- editor
Dyroff, Stefan, 1976- editor
Langewiesche, Dieter, editor
ISBN 085745739X (ebook)
9780857457394 (ebook)
(paperback)