Iceland: A Peaceful Secession

@article{Hlfdanarson2000IcelandAP,
  title={Iceland: A Peaceful Secession},
  author={Guðmundur H{\'a}lfdanarson},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of History},
  year={2000},
  volume={25},
  pages={100 - 87}
}
L'A. retrace les relations historiques entretenues entre l'Islande et la Couronne danoise, puis les origines et les particularites du nationalisme islandais, qui devait aboutir a la souverainete de l'Islande en 1918 puis a son independance totale en 1944. Des similitudes avec le nationalisme allemand peuvent etre trouvees mais les contextes sociaux, historiques et politiques etaient diametralement opposes. Ces conditions favorables, ainsi qu'une attitude comprehensive et realiste du… 
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