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Territorial revisionism and the allies of Germany in the Second World War : goals, expectations, practices / edited by Marina Cattaruzza, Stefan Dyroff and Dieter Langewiesche.

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    Series
    Austrian and Habsburg studies ; vol. 15
    Austrian and Habsburg studies ; v. 15.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Berghahn Books, 2013
    Locale
    Europe, Eastern
    Europe, Central
    Euorpe, Eastern
    Contents
    Introduction: contextualizing territorial revisionism in East Central Europe: goals, expectations, and practices / Marina Cattaruzza and Dieter Langewiesch
    1. The worst of friends: German's allies in East Central Europe: struggles for regional dominance and ethnic cleansing, 1938-1945 / István Deák
    2. Minorities into majorities: Sudeten German and Transylvanian Hungarian political elites as actors of revisionism before and during the Second World War / Franz Sz. Horváth
    3. The ethnic policy of the Third Reich towards the Volkdeutsche in Central and Eastern Europe / Norbert Spannenberger
    4. Revisionism in regional perspective / Holly Case
    5. Hungarian revionism in thought and action, 1920-1941: plans, expectations, reality / Ignác Romsics
    6. Bulgarian territorial revionism and Bulgaria's rapprochement with the Third Reich / Elżbieta Znamierowska-Rakk
    7. Politics and military action of ethnic Ukrainian collaboration for the "new European order" / Frank Frelka
    8. Civil War in occupied territories: the Polish-Ukrainian conflict during the interwar years and the Second World War / Frank Golczewski
    9. The internal Macedonian revolutionary organization and Bulgarian revisionism, 1923-1944 / Stefan Troebst
    10. Romania in the Second World War: revisionist out of necessity / Mariana Hausleitner.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Cattaruzza, Marina, 1950-
    Dyroff, Stefan, 1976-
    Langewiesche, Dieter.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-205) and index.
    Introduction: contextualizing territorial revisionism in East Central Europe: goals, expectations, and practices / Marina Cattaruzza and Dieter Langewiesch -- 1. The worst of friends: German's allies in East Central Europe: struggles for regional dominance and ethnic cleansing, 1938-1945 / István Deák -- 2. Minorities into majorities: Sudeten German and Transylvanian Hungarian political elites as actors of revisionism before and during the Second World War / Franz Sz. Horváth -- 3. The ethnic policy of the Third Reich towards the Volkdeutsche in Central and Eastern Europe / Norbert Spannenberger -- 4. Revisionism in regional perspective / Holly Case -- 5. Hungarian revionism in thought and action, 1920-1941: plans, expectations, reality / Ignác Romsics -- 6. Bulgarian territorial revionism and Bulgaria's rapprochement with the Third Reich / Elżbieta Znamierowska-Rakk -- 7. Politics and military action of ethnic Ukrainian collaboration for the "new European order" / Frank Frelka -- 8. Civil War in occupied territories: the Polish-Ukrainian conflict during the interwar years and the Second World War / Frank Golczewski -- 9. The internal Macedonian revolutionary organization and Bulgarian revisionism, 1923-1944 / Stefan Troebst -- 10. Romania in the Second World War: revisionist out of necessity / Mariana Hausleitner.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780857457387
    0857457381 (hardback : alk. paper)
    9780857457394 (ebook)
    085745739X (ebook)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    x, 210 p. : maps ; 24 cm.

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