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Historical Atlas of Central Europe

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 296 pages
Author: P. Magocsi
Year: 2018
ISBN: 9781487523312
Other: 3rd ed., colour maps, bibliog, index
Publisher: University of Toronto Press

Central Europe remains a region of ongoing change and continuing significance in the contemporary world. This third, fully revised edition of the 'Historical Atlas of Central Europe' takes into consideration recent changes in the region. The 120 full-colour maps, each accompanied by an explanatory text, provide a concise visual survey of political, economic, demographic, cultural, and religious developments from the fall of the Roman Empire in the early fifth century to the present.

Nineteen countries are the subject of this atlas. In terms of today's borders, those countries include Lithuania, Poland, and Belarus in the north; the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, and Slovakia in the Danubian Basin; and Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, and Greece in the Balkans. Much attention is also given to areas immediately adjacent to the central European core: historic Prussia, Venetia, western Anatolia, and Ukraine west of the Dnieper River.

Embedded in the text are 48 updated administrative and statistical tables. The value of the 'Historical Atlas of Central Europe' as an authoritative reference tool is further enhanced by an extensive bibliography and a gazetteer of place names – in up to 29 language variants – that appear on the maps and in the text.

The 'Historical Atlas of Central Europe' is an invaluable resource for scholars, students, journalists, historians and general readers who wish to have a fuller understanding of this critical area, with its many peoples, languages, and continued political upheaval. 

Contents:
Introduction to the Original Edition
Note to the Second Revised and Expanded Edition
Note to the Third Revised Edition
1. Central Europe: geographic zones
2. Central Europe, c.400
3. Central Europe, 7th-8th centuries
4. Central Europe, 9th century
5. Early medieval kingdoms, c.1050
6. The period of feudal subdivisions, c.1250
7. Poland, Lithuania and Bohemia-Moravia, 13th-15th centuries
8. Hungary-Croatia and Venetia, 14th-15th centuries
9. Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia and the Ottoman Empire, 14th-15th centuries
10. Central Europe, c.1480
11. Economic patterns, c.1450
12. The city in medieval times
13. Ecclesiastical jurisdictions, c.1450
14. Central Europe, c.1570
15. Protestant Reformation, 16th century
16. Catholic Counter Reformation, 16th-17th centuries
17. Education and culture through the 18th century
18. Central Europe, 1648
19. Poland-Lithuania, the Hasbergs, Hungary-Croatia, and Transylvania, 16th-17th centuries
20. The Ottoman Empire, The Hasbergs, Hungary-Croatia, and Transylvania, 16th-17th Centuries
21. Central Europe, c.1721
22. Poland, Austria, and the Ottoman Empire, 18th Century
23. The Napoleonic era, 1795-1814
24. Central Europe, 1815
25. The Austrian and Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1815-1914
26. The Balkan Peninsula, 1817-1912
27. The Balkan Peninsula on the eve of World War I
28. Canal and railway development before 1914
29. Population, 1870-1910
30. Ethnolinguistic distribution, c.1900
31. Cultural and educational institutions before 1914
32. Germans in Central Europe, c.1900
33. Jews and Armenians in Central Europe, c.1900
34. The Catholic Church, 1900
35. The Orthodox Church, 1900
36. Central Europe, 1910
37. World War I, 1914-1918
38. Central Europe, 1918-1923
39. Poland, Danzig, and Lithuania in the 20th century
40. Belarus and Ukraine in the 20th century
41. Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia in the 20th century
42. Austria and Hungary in the 20th century
43. Romania and Moldova in the 20th century
44. Yugoslavia, Serbia, and Kosovo in the 20th century
45. Slovenia, Trieste, and Istria in the 20th century
46. Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 20th century
47. Montenegro, Albania, and Macedonia in the 20th century
48. Bulgaria and Greece in the 20th century
49. Central Europe, c.1930
50. World War II, 1939-1942
51. World War II, 1943-1945
52. Central Europe after World War II
53. Population movements, 1944-1948
54. Population in the 20th century
55. Ethnolinguistic distribution, c.2010
56. Central Europe, 1980
57. Industrial development, 1945-1989
58. Education and re-education in the 20th century
59. The Catholic Church in the 20th century
60. The Orthodox Church in the 20th century
61. Post-Communist Central Europe
Map sources
Bibliography
Index

 

 

 

 

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