Beside East Central Europe, the atlas also covers the Balkans
Beside East Central Europe, the atlas also covers the Balkans. Balanced history telling, which tries to present both sides of disputed topics, illustrated by beautiful - although sometimes rough - maps. This work presents the finest of Anglo-Saxon mapmaking. To be used together with the series "A History of East Central Europe", and to be compared with the "The Times Atlas of European History".
This cartographic history of Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Balkans is essential for anyone attempting to understand the current crisis in Kosovo.
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This first-rate sequel to the Historical Atlas of East Central Europe takes a mostly chronological approach to the .
The book not only presents the maps of Eastern Europe from its earliest times (400 AD), to the present, but also, accompanying each map is a detailed write-up of the history, geography and governments present at the time the map indicates.
A History of East Central Europe by. Paul Robert Magocsi. Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2003. The final third of the volume has been completely reconceptualized and reconfigured with new maps, text, and statistical tables.
Paul Robert Magocsi (born January 26, 1945 in Englewood, New Jersey) is an American professor of history, political science, and Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the University . Historical Atlas of East Central Europe (1. e. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Paul Robert Magocsi (born January 26, 1945 in Englewood, New Jersey) is an American professor of history, political science, and Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Toronto. He has been with the university since 1980, and became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1996 . Magocsi, Paul R. (2002). Historical Atlas of Central Europe (2. rev. (2018).
Central Europe remains a region of ongoing change and continuing significance in the contemporary world. The 120 full-colour maps, each accompanied by an explanatory text, provide a concise visual survey of political, economic, demographic, cultural, and religious developments from the fall of the Roman Empire in the early fifth century to the present. No less than 19 countries are the subject of this atlas.
Thisatlas is part of the multivolume History of East Central.
Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Thisatlas is part of the multivolume History of East Central. Europe published by the University of Washington Press, and for that reason it follows the basic guidelines of that series. The first of those guidelines concerns the geographi- cal extent of what is called here East Ce ntral Europe.
The atlas encompasses the countries of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia, Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria, and Greece.