The Central European Counter-Revolution: Paramilitary Violence in Germany, Austria and Hungary after the Great War

@article{Gerwarth2008TheCE,
  title={The Central European Counter-Revolution: Paramilitary Violence in Germany, Austria and Hungary after the Great War},
  author={Robert Gerwarth},
  journal={Past \& Present},
  year={2008},
  volume={200},
  pages={175-209}
}
Romania’s Great Union and the Anti-Communist Discourse
Abstract This text re-constructs the evolution of anticommunist ideas and practices during the period of Romania’s ‘great union’, while it also sketches the international context that enabled thisExpand
Cross-partisanship and the vulnerability democracy: how civility and nonpartisanship undermined civil society in interwar Germany
ABSTRACT Exclusionary nationalist movements’ rise in recent years challenges liberal democracy’s trust in political institutions’ ability to neutralize and incorporate extremism. The crisis ofExpand
Respectable Citizens: Civic Militias, Local Patriotism, and Social Order in Late Habsburg Austria (1890‒1920)
Abstract This article analyzes the role of urban civic militias (burgher corps) in Habsburg Austria from the end of the nineteenth century to the aftermath of World War I. Far from a remnant of theExpand
The German Right, 1918–1930
The legacies of 1945: The evolutions of European civic morality
ABSTRACT This article explores the widespread use of the ‘lessons’ of the era of the Second World War in Europe since 1945. This usage proved to be a resilient element of European cultural values,Expand
Ex-Servicemen and Crime in Interwar Scotland
A great deal has been written on Scotland and the First World War, yet there has been no study on criminality amongst ex-servicemen after the war. This thesis considers both the ‘societal’ effect theExpand
Transformation in the Jungle
Victory in North Africa
‘What a Republic It Was!’ Public Violence and State Building in the Bohemian Lands after 1918
Abstract This article discusses the public violence that occurred in the Bohemian lands after the establishment of Czechoslovakia in 1918. It follows the tension between the self-empowered people,Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 53 REFERENCES
White Terror", Newspapers and the Evolution of Hungarian Anti Semitism after World War F, Yad Vashem Studies, xxxiv
  • See also Nathaniel Katzburg, Hungary and the Jews: Policy and Legislation,
  • 2006
ed.),Martyrium: einjiidischesjahrbuch (Vienna, 1922)
  • 1922
Revolution in Central Europe, 1918-19 (London, 1972). This was also pointed out by Bela Bodo, 'Militia Violence and State Power in Hungary, 1919-1922
  • Hungarian Studies Rev.,
  • 2006
The proportions are as given by Gombos
  • Hungarian Studies Rev., xxxiii
  • 2006
For a recent general discussion of transnational approaches to history, see Patricia Clavin, 'Defining Transnationalism
  • Contemporary European Hist.,
  • 2005
On the continued importance of such views in the Hungarian army, see Thomas Lorman
  • 2005
A comparison of human aggression committed by groups and individuals: An interindividual–intergroup discontinuity☆
Abstract Experimental research comparing aggressive behavior committed by groups and individuals is important but sparse. This experiment compared aggressive behavior (i.e., amount of hot sauceExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...