Danubian Historical Studies, 1987

Danubian Historical Studies, 1 - 1987. ISSN 0238-132X


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1987 / 1. szám Foreword Articles Domokos Kosáry: The Liberation of Buda and the Danube Region Zsuzsa L. Nagy: Freemasons in the Danubian Region before and after World War I Gyula Juhász: The Second Vienna Award Ákos Koroknai: Opening of the Iron Gate in 1896 Documents Kálmán Benda: Eugene, Prince of Savoy, and Hungary Mária Schmidt: Action of Margit Slachta to Rescue Slovakian Jews Zoltán Dávid: Nationality Statistics of Historical Hungary, 1851-1970 Reviews 1987 / 2. szám Articles Emil Niederhauser: Language and Nation István Vida: American Diplomacy and the Hungarian Minority in Czechoslovaki (1945-1947) György Gyarmati: Danubian Federation Plans and Hungary, 1945-1948 Maria M. Kovács: Official Anti-Semitism and Professional Associations in Interwar Hungary György Fekete: Cooperation between the Peoples of the Danubian Basin in River Navigation Document Éva Somogyi: Beust's Submission Addressed to the Emperor Requesting his Getting Appointed Reichskanzler, dated June 11 Reviews 1987 / 3. szám Articles Zs. P. Pach: Levantine Trade Routes to the Danubian Region in the Middle Ages György Litván: Oszkár Jászi's Vienna Years and His Attempts to Build Contacts with the Democratic Left in the Successor States László Szarka: The Slovak Separation in 1918: An Indirect Form of Self-determination Mihály Hoppál: The Role of Shamanins in Hungarian Ethnic Identity Observer József Barcza: Third International Congress on Calvin Research in Debrecen Zsuzsanna J. Ujváry: International Historical Conference on the Tercentenary of the Reoccupation of Buda Gábor Palló: Conference on the Development of Science and Technology in Central Europe between 1918-1938 Reviews 1987 / 4. szám Articles Puskás Julianna: Emigration from the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy to the United States (1870-1914) Magda Ádám: Woodrow Wilson and the Successor States Loránt Tilkovszky: The Confrontation between the Policy toward National Minorities and the German Ethnic Group Policy in Hungary during the Second World War Document Map showing the plan of federalizing the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Ma 1918 Magda Ádám: Austria-Hungary federalized within existing boundaries. Explanatory text to map. By Charles Seymour, May 25, 1918 Observer János M. Bak: An International Conference on Sigismund of Luxemburg in Budapest László Kontler: Seventh International Congress on the Enlightenment (Budapest, 25th July-2nd August, 1987) Reviews

Item Type: Journal
Publisher: Akadémiai Kiadó
Additional Information: Danubian Historical Studies 1. (1987)
Subjects: D History General and Old World / történelem > DN Middle Europe / Közép-Európa
Depositing User: Kötegelt Import
Date Deposited: 03 Aug 2016 06:32
Last Modified: 21 Dec 2016 19:55

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