Atlas of Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century

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Routledge, Jun 11, 2016 - History - 320 pages
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Marshalling 129 maps, numerous diagrams and incisive textual commentary, the Atlas of Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century draws a definitive picture of the changing shape of Eastern and some of central Europe from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present, charting the emergence of a volatile world from the abrupt collapse of the communist system. An invaluable guide to a complex subject, this Atlas:
* gives a general introduction to the physical, ethnic and religious composition of the region
* includes summary maps of Eastern Europe in 1900, 1923, 1945 and 1994
* charts the ebb and flow of the first and second world wars in Eastern Europe
* presents detailed information relating to consituent territories, elections, economic developments, land holding patterns for key individual countries in the inter-war years
* provides crucial social and economic data, evidencing changes under communist domination
* gives maps of the new states of the post-communist years with details of elections and economic indicators for Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, The Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Slovakia, and others.
* contains an extensive glossary listing the major towns of the area under their linguistic variants
 

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Abbreviations
Introduction
Before the First World
main religious groups 1914
Nationalities in AustriaHungary 1900
Main ethnic groups in the Russian provinces in Eastern Europe before
The Macedonian question 190012
Territorial changes after the Balkan wars
The First World War in Eastern Europe 1914
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