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302 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
  • Einleitung : Legenden über Jugoslawien : Ostblock? Finsteres Belgrad?
  • Ljubljana : der angebliche Überfall : Anfang vom Ende Jugoslawiens
  • Lovćen : auf dem Olymp Jugoslawiens : der neue Staat auf dem Balkan
  • Počitelj : osmanischer Vorposten : das Erbe eines grossen Reiches
  • Mostar : Verbindung gekappt : die Alte Brücke als unsichtbare Grenze
  • Jablanica : die Schlacht an der Neretva : vom Mythos der Partisanen
  • Jajce : Kriegsparlament am Wasserfall : die Gründung von Titos Jugoslawien
  • Von Bihać nach Plitvice : Flugzeugkaverne, Geisterdorf und Bürgerkrieg
  • Zagreb : am Meštrović-Pavillon : Autoritarismus, Zivilgesellschaft und Popkultur
  • Sarajevo : die offene Stadt und ihre Belagerer : eine Annäherung
  • Višegrad : Brücke zwischen den Welten : Ivo Andrić und die Völker Bosniens
  • Kosovo Polje : das Amselfeld : ein verhängnisvoller Mythos
  • Prizren : die Liga an der Bistrica : Albanischer Nationalismus und die Deutschen
  • Skopje : Kitsch und Klitterung : ein Land erfindet sich selbst
  • Belgrad : im Untergrund : Heimliches und Unheimliches aus den Kellern der Macht
  • Schluss : Nicht nur an Titos Grab ist Jugoslawien noch erstaunlich lebendig
  • Anmerkungen
  • Quellen- und Literaturverzeichnis
  • Personenregister
  • Chronik
  • Historische Karten
  • Bildnachweis
  • Quellennachweis.
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Turkey; foreign relations; Arab countries.
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This collection of essays places the Balkans at the center of European developments, not as a conflict-ridden problem zone, but rather as a full-fledged European region. Contrary to the commonly held perception, contributors to the volume argue, the Balkans did not lag behind the rest of European history, but rather anticipated many (West) European developments in the decades before and after 1900. In the second half of the nineteenth century, the Balkan states became fully independent nation-states. As they worked to consolidate their sovereignty, these countries looked beyond traditional state formation strategies to alternative visions rooted in militarism or national political economy, and not only succeeded on their own terms but changed Europe and the world beginning in 1912-14. As the Ottoman Empire weakened and ever more kinds of informal diplomacy were practiced on its territory by more powerful states, relationships between identity and geopolitics were also transformed. The result, as the contributors demonstrate, was a phenomenon that would come to pervade the whole of Europe by the 1920s and 1930s: the creeping substitution of ideas of religion and ethnicity for the idea of state belonging or subjecthood. CONTRIBUTORS: Ulf Brunnbauer, Holly Case, Dessislava Lilova, John Paul Newman, Roumiana Preshlenova, Dominique Kirchner Reill, Timothy Snyder Timothy Snyder is Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University. Katherine Younger is a research associate at the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) in Vienna, Austria.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781580469159 20180702
Green Library
599 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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605 pages : 82 illustrations, map ; 23 cm
  • Preface to the English Edition
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • The Transcription of the Armenian Alphabet Based on the Library of Congress System
  • Armenia : Homeland of the Armenians
  • The Geographical Location
  • The Armenians
  • The Origins : Popular Traditions
  • The Origins of the Armenian People
  • The First Traces of an Armenian Presence
  • The Urartians : the Kingdom of Urartu or Ararat
  • The Armenian Kingdoms
  • The Dynasty of the Yervanduni
  • The Dynasty of the Artaxiads
  • The Dynasty of the Arsacids
  • Post tenebras lux -Armenia : the First Christian Country in the World
  • United in Common Testimony to Christ
  • Armenia Under the Arab Crescent
  • Two Noteworthy Religious Social Movements in Armenia
  • The Paulicians
  • The Thondracians
  • The Disastrous Consequences of the Political Short-Sightedness of the Byzantines
  • The Armenian Kingdom in Cilicia
  • The Socio-Political Situation in the Armenian Highlands
  • Armenia Under the Ottoman Yoke
  • Armenia between the Sunni and Shia Crescent
  • The Beginnings of the Evangelical Mission Among the Armenians
  • The American Missionary Society in the Ottoman Empire -its Foundation and Development
  • Eastern Armenia : Under the Wings of the Russian Double-Headed Eagle
  • The Polozenije [...] : a New Constitution for the Armenian Church
  • The Work of the Basel Mission in Shushi (Shusha)
  • The Cultural Contribution of the Basel Missionaries to an Armenian Renaissance in Karabagh in the First Half of the 19th Century
  • The Era of Reform in the Ottoman Empire
  • The Armenians' National Constitution of 1863
  • Within the Ottoman Empire Under Abdul Hamid II
  • The Russian-Ottoman War 1877-78 : the Sick Man on the Bosphorus
  • The Internationalisation of the Armenian Question
  • The Treatment of the Armenian Question at the Congress of Berlin
  • The Start of the Armenian Struggle for Liberation
  • First Steps in the Direction of Independence : the Foundation of the Armenian National Parties
  • Armenakan Kazmakerput'iun
  • The Revolutionary Hnch'akian Party
  • The Armenian Revolutionary Federation
  • The Armenians Under the Bloody Blades of the 'Red Sultan'
  • The Start of Prolonged Suffering under the Great Butcher
  • The Armenian Defence of Sassoun 1893-94 and the Start of a Long Series of Pogroms against the Armenians
  • The Continuation of the Pogroms against the Armenians under the 'Red Sultan' between the Years 1895-96
  • The Revolt of Zeyt'un
  • A Holocaust before the Holocaust
  • The Massacre of Van
  • The Occupation of the Ottoman Bank in Constantinople
  • The First Phase of the Extermination of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire
  • Conclusion
  • Chronological Overview of the Armenian Massacres from 1894 to 1897
  • Reactions to the Armenian Massacres in Switzerland
  • From Solidarity Rallies to the Petition
  • The Foundation of the Central Committee of the Philarmenian Movement in Switzerland
  • On the Content of the Petition
  • The Charitable Work of the Swiss for the Armenians
  • The Development of Swiss Charity Work in the Ottoman Empire
  • The Term 'Armenia' in the Official Correspondence of the 1890s
  • Children without a Childhood
  • The Swiss Staff at the Orphanages in Sivas
  • The Orphanage Work of Swiss Armenian Aid in Gürün
  • Further Places where Swiss Armenian Aid was Active
  • Urfa and its Witnesses of Humanity
  • Challenges on the Threshold of the New Century
  • The Rise of the Young Turks
  • The Attempt to Settle Accounts with the 'Red Sultan'
  • The Coup d'Etat of 1908
  • The Old Turks' Reaction to the Young Turks in 1909
  • The Cilician Massacres : the Armenians' Great Disappointment
  • A New Impulse for Swiss Armenian Aid
  • The Year 1915
  • Evil Intentions and Good Opportunities
  • Contemporary Swiss Witnesses of the Genocide of the Armenians
  • The Annual Report of the Swiss Aid Committee for Armenian Orphans for 1915-16
  • Two Further Appeals to the Swiss Federal Council
  • Between Bolshevik Hammer and Turkish Anvil
  • The Battle of Sardarapat
  • Armenia's Brief Independence
  • Political Initiatives Launched by the Aid Committee of Swiss Armenian Aid
  • The Peace Conferences of Paris, San Remo and Sevres
  • Justified Hope in Cilicia?
  • The Treaty of Lausanne
  • Swiss Intervention on the Side of the Armenians at the League of Nations
  • Armenian Presence in Switzerland
  • Flight to Switzerland
  • The Foyer Arménien in Geneva and the Armenian Orphanage in Begnin
  • Postscript
  • Appendix : We Thank You!
  • Bibliography
  • List of Illustrations
  • Index.
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