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Balkans into Southeastern Europe, 1914-2014 (2nd Edition)

A Century of War and Transition

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The states and peoples of Southeastern Europe have been divided by wars over the twentieth century, but they have since worked to re-establish themselves into the European mainstream. This timely new edition has been...

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The states and peoples of Southeastern Europe have been divided by wars over the twentieth century, but they have since worked to re-establish themselves into the European mainstream. This timely new edition has been revised, updated and expanded in the light of the latest scholarship and recent events. John R. Lampe now offers a comprehensive assessment of the full century from the Sarajevo assassination in 1914 through to EU membership and developments up to the present day.

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One of the first single-volume surveys of Southeastern Europe across the twentieth century, now revised, updated and extended
Incorporates the latest scholarship from the region and a wide range of Western sources
Approachable and adopts an easy-to-follow chronological structure

List of Maps and Tables
Preface
Introduction: Decades of War, Decades of Transition
1. Balkan States and Imperial Borderlands before the Balkan Wars
2. Balkan Wars, First World War, Postwar Settlements, 1914-1922
3. Struggling with Liberal and National Transitions in the 1920s
4. Illiberal Directions During the Depression Decade
5. World War, Civil War, and the Communist Advantage
6. Communist and Cold War Transitions, 1945-1963
7. Continuity and Contradictions, 1964-1989
8. New Trials of War and Integration, 1989-2014
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John R. Lampe is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Maryland, College Park, USA. He is the author of Yugoslavia as History: Twice There Was a Country and co-author of Embracing Democracy in the Western Balkans: From Postconflict Struggles toward European Integration.

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John R. Lampe is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Maryland, College Park, USA. He is the author of Yugoslavia as History: Twice There Was a Country and co-author of Embracing Democracy in the Western Balkans: From Postconflict Struggles toward European Integration.

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