Series: A History of East Central Europe

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Historical Atlas of Central Europe by Paul Robert Magocsi1
East Central Europe in the Middle Ages, 1000-1500 by Jean Sedlar, W.3
The Polish-Lithuanian State, 1386-1795 by Daniel (ed.) Stone4
Southeastern Europe Under Ottoman Rule, 1354-1804 by Peter F. Sugar5
The Peoples of the Eastern Habsburg Lands, 1526-1918 by Robert A. Kann6
The Lands of Partitioned Poland, 1795-1918 by Piotr S. Wandycz7
The Establishment of the Balkan National States, 1804-1920 by Charles Jelavich8
East Central Europe Between the Two World Wars by Joseph Rothschild9

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Edited by Peter F. Sugar and Donald W. Treadgold

"A History of East Central Europe is the first comprehensive, systematic study of the area as a whole to be published in any language. It is designed to present the series reader, the scholar who is not a specialist in East Central European history, and the student who is considering such specialization, with an introduction to the subject and a survey of knowledge deriving from previous publications. The ten projected volumes will constitute a unified treatment, with matters of interpretation and point of view entirely the responsibility of the individual author."
From the University of Washington Press series page

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