Nationalism and its Alternatives in the International Arena: The Jewish Question at Paris, 1919

  title={Nationalism and its Alternatives in the International Arena: The Jewish Question at Paris, 1919},
  author={M. Levene},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  pages={511 - 531}
  • M. Levene
  • Published 1993
  • History
  • Journal of Contemporary History
  • The collapse of the Soviet system in Eastern Europe, and the political vacuum it has left, raise problematic questions as to what will fill it. Nationalism is clearly back on the agenda as a potential bidder. But its recrudescence in a region of much ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity, as well as complexity, is itself highly problematic. East European political leaders, at the end of that last great European war, sought a remedy by expelling members of unwanted minorities in favour of… CONTINUE READING
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