Modernism: The Creation of Nation-States: Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe 1770?1945: Texts and Commentaries, Volume III/1, Tom 3,Wydanie 1

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Ahmet Ersoy, Maciej G¢rny, Vangelis Kechriotis
Central European University Press, 1 sty 2010 - 486
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Presents and illustrates the development of the ideologies of nation states, the "modern" successors of former empires
 

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The memorandum to Sir Edward Grey 7 January 1915
250
The program of his foreign policy
258
Book of the Bulgarians
267
Program of the Yugoslav Muslim Organization
274
The Slovak as a national individuality
281
On European balance and peace
291
CHAPTER IV Federalism and the decline of the empires
301
Slavic politics in the Habsburg monarchy
303

To compatriots
67
The Easter article
74
Political directives
84
What Mohammedans in Bosnia think
90
Stay here
94
State and nation
99
What is Turkism?
109
Selfdetermination democratization and the homogenizing state
117
To Serbian mothers
119
The life of one year Letters from an Athenian to a Parisianlady 189697
125
Tarnovo Constitution
140
Speech at the assembly of the Peoples Radical Party in Kragujevac
145
Speech at the night assembly of the national council on 24 November 1918
151
The speech in the Italian Parliament
161
Republican manifesto
167
The political crisis in Albania
175
The Turkish ordeal
180
Democracy today and tomorrow
187
CHAPTER III National projects and their regional framework
197
The Czech question
199
The struggle for supremacy in Germany 18591866
210
Three types of policy
218
On national work
227
Memorandum sent to Lord Edward Grey
234
The Slovenes and the Yugoslavs
241
The United States of Greater Austria
312
The future of the Monarchy
319
A second account on individual initiative anddecentralization
331
The political program of Hellenism in Turkey
338
The New Europe
344
A nation in the making
353
Is unitary and integral Yugoslavia possible?
360
Address delivered in Vilnius
368
Answer to Józef Piłsudski
376
Federation in Central Europe
382
CHAPTER V Socialism and the nationality question
391
The people
393
Serbia in the East
399
On patriotism
405
The national question and the social democrats
412
Neoserfdom
419
The national question and our missions
426
The Austrian revolution
436
The socialist frenzy of two decades
444
By the Danube
450
The Romantic face of Slovakia
456
The legend of the national militia
468
The fundamental principles of the Liberation Front
475
National question in Yugoslavia in the light of the LiberationWar
481
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Ahmet Ersoy is Assistant Professor at the Department of History, Bogazici University, Istanbul
Maciej Gorny is Research Fellow at the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw and Centre for Historical Research in Berlin Vangelis Kechriotis is Assistant Professor at the Department of History, Bogazici University, Istanbul

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