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264 pages : illustrations (partly color) ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Austrofaschismus und Februar 1934 / Emmerich Tálos
  • Der Kampf der Arbeiterinnen um ihre Vertretung / Gabi Tremmel
  • Der "rote Fasching" im Burgenland : ein Fallbeispiel / Susanna Steiger-Moser
  • (K)ein Vergleich zwischen österreichischem und spanischem Bürgerinnenkrieg und den Biografien der zwanzig burgenländischen Interbrigadisten / Peter Liszt
  • "Ihr Jungen schließt die Reihen gut, ein Toter führt uns an" : Kindheit und Jugend im Austrofaschismus / Julia Tinhof
  • Die Frauenrolle und die "neue" Mädchenerziehung im "Austrofaschismus" im Spiegel zeitgenössischer Printmedien / Karl-Heinz Gober
  • Das Liedgut für "die Jugend" im "austrofaschistischen" Österreich / Karl-Heinz Gober
  • Zwischen Konsens und Konflikt : Kulturpolitik in der "Gründerzeit" des Burgenlandes 1921-1938 / Martin Krenn
  • Jüdischer Alltag der 30er Jahre / Gert Tschögl
  • "Der Düngerhaufen soll möglichst weit weg vom Brunnen sein!" Patienten, Ärzte, Gesundheitswesen und Spitäler im Burgenland in den 1930iger Jahren / Christian Frasz
  • "Mit Österreich verbunden..." : Burgenländische Identitätskonstruktion zwischen vaterländischem Anspruch und regionalen Realitäten / Lisa Sinowatz
  • Dokumentation
  • Baousterz und Bubikopf : Burgenländische Geschichte(n) zwischen 1933 und 1938 : zum Verein "Geschichtswerkstatt Burgenland"
  • Chronologischer Überblick
  • Historische Texte, Zitate
  • Die Ausstellung
  • Fotodokumentation
  • Verzeichnis der Autor, Innen
  • Dank.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
372 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), facsimiles ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
volumes ; 22 cm
Green Library
60 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 x 22 cm.
  • Vom Leben mit dem Krieg : Oberösterreich im Ersten Weltkrieg / Peter März
  • Der Erste Weltkrieg im Spiegel der Medaille / Bernhard Prokisch
  • Aus der Sammlung : der Erste Weltkrieg aus künstlerischer Sicht / Gabriele Spindler
  • Gedenkjahr 1914/2014--100 Jahre Beginn des Ersten Weltkriegs / Fritz Fellner
  • Im Visier : ein Album aus dem Ersten Weltkrieg / Jasmin Haselsteiner-Scharner
  • Der 28. Juli 1914 : Bad Ischl, der Erste Weltkrieg und seine Folgen / Peter März, Patrick Bohn
  • Die Wehrkundliche Sammlung des Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseums im Schloss Ebelsberg / Reinolf Reisinger
  • Rezeptsammlung aus Kriegskochbuch / Gisela Urban
  • Zeittafel / Peter März.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
viii, 219 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm.
  • Austria-Hungary in historiography
  • Austria-Hungary in essayism and political theory
  • Austria-Hungary in literary fiction
  • The empire epitomized: Franz Joseph
  • Conclusion.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 was just one link in a chain of events leading to World War I and the downfall of the Austro-Hungarian empire. By 1918, after nearly four hundred years of rule, the Habsburg monarchy was expunged in an instant of history. Remarkably, despite tales of decadence, ethnic indifference, and a failure to modernise, the empire enjoyed a renewed popularity in interwar narratives. Today, it remains a crucial point of reference for Central European identity, evoking nostalgia among the nations that once dismembered it. The Afterlife of Austria-Hungary examines histories, journalism, and literature in the period between world wars to expose both the positive and the negative treatment of the Habsburg monarchy following its dissolution and the powerful influence of fiction and memory over history. Originally published in Polish, Adam Ko?uchowski's study analyses the myriad factors that contributed to this phenomenon. Chief among these were economic depression, widespread authoritarianism on the continent, and the painful rise of aggressive nationalism. Many authors of these narratives were well-known intellectuals who yearned for the high culture and peaceable kingdom of their personal memory. Ko?uchowski contrasts these imaginaries with the causal realities of the empire's failure. He considers the aspirations of Czechs, Poles, Romanians, Hungarians, and Austrians, and their quest for autonomy or domination over their neighbours, coupled with the wave of nationalism spreading across Europe. Ko?uchowski then dissects the reign of the legendary Habsburg monarch, Franz Joseph, and the lasting perceptions that he inspired. To Ko?uchowski, the interwar discourse was a reaction to the monumental change wrought by the dissolution of Austria-Hungary and the fear of a history lost. Those displaced at the empire's end attempted, through collective (and selective) memory, to reconstruct the vision of a once great multinational power. It was an imaginary that would influence future histories of the empire and even became a model for the European Union.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780822962656 20180530
Green Library
285 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
110 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort / M. Christian Ortner
  • Die Erziehung und Ausbildung Kaiser Karls I / Eva Eleonora Demmerle
  • Kaiser Karl und sein Aussenminister Czernin : "Hier stehe ich; ich kann auch anders" / Lothar Höbelt
  • Kaiser Karl als General am Beispiel der Südtiroloffensive / Gerhard Artl
  • Kaiser Karl I. und der Gaskrieg / Wolfgang Zecha
  • Österreich-Ungarn und die USA im letzten Jahr des Ersten Weltkriegs / Václav Horčička
  • Adelspolitik des Kaisers Karl I / Jan Županič.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
76 pages ; 29 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xi, 310 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
This book developed from the proceedings of the First International Academic Conference The Peace of Passarowitz 1718 held on 14-15 November 2008, on the occasion of the 290th Anniversary, in Pozarevac, Serbia--Pref.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781557535948 20160605
Green Library
2 v. (2619 p.) ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
213 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm. + 1 fold. map.
  • Euregio Salzburg, Berchtesgadener Land, Traunstein
  • Inhaltsverzeichnis
  • Hinweise
  • Objektkategorien
  • Glossar
  • Literatur & Quellenangaben
  • Objektteil : Objektlisten. Objektliste nach Objektnummer (= nach Seitenzahl) ; Objektliste nach Objektbezeichnung ; Objektliste nach Objektkategorie und Bezeichnung
  • Objektteil : Objektblätter.
Green Library
350 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Green Library
202 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
328 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
xxvi, 139 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
A keen observer of culture, Czech writer Vladimir Macura (1945-99) devoted a lifetime to illuminating the myths that defined his nation. "The Mystifications of a Nation, " the first book-length translation of Macura's work in English, offers essays deftly analyzing a variety of cultural phenomena that originate, Macura argues, in the "big bang" of the nineteenth-century Czech National Revival, with its celebration of a uniquely Czech identity. In reflections on two centuries of Czech history, he ponders the symbolism in daily life. Bridges, for example--once a force of civilization connecting diverse peoples--became a sign of destruction in World War I. Turning to the Soviet and post-Soviet eras, Macura probes a range of richly symbolic practices, from the naming of the Prague metro system, to the mass gymnastic displays of the Communist period, to post-Velvet Revolution preoccupations with the national anthem. In "The Potato Bug, " he muses on one of the stranger moments in the Cold War--the claim that the United States was deliberately dropping insects from airplanes to wreak havoc on the crops of Czechoslovakia. While attending to the distinctively Czech elements of such phenomena, Macura reveals the larger patterns of Soviet-brand socialism. "We were its cocreators, " he declares, "and its analysis touches us as a scalpel turned on its own body." Writing with erudition, irony, and wit, Macura turns the scalpel on the authoritarian state around him, demythologizing its mythology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780299248949 20160605
Green Library
175 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
Green Library
xiv, 240 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • By way of prelude
  • Getting organized in Slovakia
  • Na slovensku po slovensky: crisis over the language law
  • The Gulf War and Slovakia
  • The VPN implodes
  • Ambassador Shirley Temple Black: the person and the flower
  • More Hungarian problems: Gabikovo, the constitution, and the road signs
  • Czech-Slovak relations
  • Countdown to the 1992 elections
  • Slovakia's second revolution: Meiar's triumphant return
  • Aftermath of the 1992 elections: the breakup of the federation
  • Human rights in Slovakia
  • The Slovak state and the Jewish question
  • Trnava University: assault on academic freedom or dialogue of the deaf?
  • The microphone episode
  • Vladimir Meciar
  • Other Slovak personalities
  • U.S. policy and Czechoslovakia
  • Independence and its aftermath: the domestic angle
  • Independence and its aftermath: the foreign angle
  • Do videnia, Slovensko.
"An eyewitness account by an American diplomat of the events that led up to Slovakia's independence in 1993. Includes an examination of Slovakia's post-independence development"--Provided by publisher.
Green Library
372 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
xii, 311 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Examines questions of identity and self-understanding in six life-careers in the Austrian intellectual and political elite. This title also presents fresh perspective on the six examined individuals, whose scholarly, artistic, and bureaucratic careers are placed in a political context.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781557534644 20160528
Green Library
253 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)