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The Changing Shape Of The Balkans
Introduction: ethnicity, boundaries and the Balkans F. Carter & H. T. Norris PART I Politics and boundaries The political heritage of the Balkans M. Wheeler Borders, states, citizenship: unscrambling
Environmental Problems in Eastern Europe
Introduction F.W.Carter and D. Turnock 2. Albania D.R. Hall 3. Bulgaria F.W. Carter 4. Czechoslovakia, F.W. Carter 5. Hungary Dr Hinrichsen and I. Lang 6. Poland F.W. Carter 7. Romania D. Turnock 8.
AN ANALYSIS OF THE MEDIEVAL SERBIAN OECUMENE: A THEORETICAL APPROACH
'In analysing history do not be too profound, for often the causes are quite superficial, Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (10 Vols. 1910-1914), Volume IV, p. 160. Whether Emerson's assumption is
Trade and Urban Development in Poland: An Economic Geography of Cracow, from Its Origins to 1795
Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: Cracow in context 2. Source materials and published literature 3. Cracow's early development 4. Political situation of Cracow, 1257-1500 5. European trade through
Budapest-A Central European Capital
Traces the historical development of Budapest over a 2000 year period--from its emergence as an important European capital during the Middle Ages to its changing geopolitical role after World War II.
Pollution problems in post-war Czechoslovakia
The aim of this paper is to question why environmental disruption occurs in a state-owned, centrally planned country like Czechoslovakia, and what attempts have been made to solve its implications.
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