The Balkans Since 1453

The Balkans Since With a new introduction by TRAIAN STOIANOVICHA monumental work of scholarship The Balkans Since stands as one of the great accomplishments of European historiography Long out of print Stavriano

  • Title: The Balkans Since 1453
  • Author: Leften Stavros Stavrianos
  • ISBN: 9780814797662
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • With a new introduction by TRAIAN STOIANOVICHA monumental work of scholarship, The Balkans Since 1453 stands as one of the great accomplishments of European historiography Long out of print, Stavrianos opus both synthesizes the existing literature of Balkan studies since World War I and demonstrates the centrality of the Balkans to both European and world history, a centWith a new introduction by TRAIAN STOIANOVICHA monumental work of scholarship, The Balkans Since 1453 stands as one of the great accomplishments of European historiography Long out of print, Stavrianos opus both synthesizes the existing literature of Balkan studies since World War I and demonstrates the centrality of the Balkans to both European and world history, a centrality painfully apparent in recent years.At last, the cornerstone book for every student of Balkan history, culture and politics is now available once again.

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    1. Great overall history of the politics of the centrally located Balkans at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. As the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire caused upheavals, the national developments of the Balkan peoples was retarded by the Great Powers' interests and eventually the two World Wars.



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