Historical Atlas of Central Europe: From The Early Fifth Century to The Present (Revised and expanded)

Historical Atlas of Central Europe: From The Early Fifth Century to The Present (Revised and expanded)

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This historical atlas covers the area from Poland, Lithuania and the eastern part of Germany to Greece and western Turkey - the geographical centre of the European continent - and extends in time from the early 5th century to the present day. This new edition incorporates the seismic political changes wrought since the revolutions of 1989. The final third of the volume has been completely rethought and redesigned: it features 21 new maps, 41 revised maps, 11 new chapters, and new statistical material covering 20th-century population changes, ethno-linguistic distribution, education, and Catholic and Orthodox churches. The bibliography has been similarly updated and expanded.

Table of Contents

Series Foreword                                    x
Introduction to the Original Edition xi
Note to the Revised Edition xiii
Central Europe: geographic zones 2 (3)
Central Europe, ca. 400 5 (3)
Central Europe, 7th-8th centuries 8 (2)
Central Europe, 9th century 10 (3)
Early medieval kingdoms, ca. 1050 13 (3)
The period of feudal subdivisions, ca. 1250 16 (4)
Poland, Lithuania, and Bohemia-Moravia, 20 (3)
13th-15th centuries
Hungary-Croatia and Venice, 14th-15th 23 (4)
centuries
Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, and the Ottoman 27 (4)
Empire, 14th-15th centuries
Central Europe, ca. 1480 31 (3)
Economic patterns, ca. 1450 34 (3)
The city in medieval times 37 (5)
Ecclesiastical jurisdictions, ca. 1450 42 (4)
Central Europe, ca. 1570 46 (2)
Protestant Reformation, 16th century 48 (3)
Catholic Counter Reformation, 16th-17th 51 (3)
centuries
Education and culture through the 18th 54 (3)
century
Central Europe, 1648 57 (2)
Poland-Lithuania, the Habsburgs, 59 (4)
Hungary-Croatia, and Transylvania,
16th-17th centuries
The Ottoman Empire, the Habsburgs, 63 (4)
Hungary-Croatia, and Transylvania,
16th-17th centuries
Central Europe, ca. 1721 67 (3)
Poland, Austria, and the Ottoman Empire, 70 (3)
18th century
The Napoleonic era, 1795-1814 73 (3)
Central Europe, 1815 76 (2)
The Austrian and Austro-Hungarian Empire, 78 (5)
1815-1914
The Balkan peninsula, 1817-1912 83 (4)
The Balkan peninsula on the eve of World 87 (3)
War 1
Canal and railway development before 1914 90 (3)
Population, 1870-1910 93 (4)
Ethnolinguistic distribution, ca. 1900 97 (3)
Cultural and educational institutions 100 (4)
before 1914
Germans in Central Europe, ca. 1900 104 (3)
Jews and Armenians in Central Europe, ca. 107 (4)
1900
The Catholic Church, 1900 111 (3)
The Orthodox Church, 1900 114 (4)
Central Europe, 1910 118 (3)
World War 1, 1914-1918 121 (4)
Central Europe, 1918-1923 125 (5)
Poland, Danzig, and Lithuania in the 20th 130 (5)
century
Belarus and Ukraine in the 20th century 135 (5)
Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic, and 140 (5)
Slovakia in the 20th century
Austria and Hungary in the 20th century 145 (4)
Romania and Moldova in the 20th century 149 (4)
Yugoslavia in the 20th century 153 (6)
Slovenia, Trieste, and Istria in the 20th 159 (3)
century
Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 20th 162 (4)
century
Albania and Macedonia in the 20th century 166 (4)
Bulgaria and Greece in the 20th century 170 (4)
Central Europe, ca. 1930 174 (3)
World War II, 1939-1942 177 (4)
World War II, 1943-1945 181 (4)
Central Europe after World War II 185 (4)
Population movements, 1944-1948 189 (5)
Population in the 20th century 194 (3)
Ethnolinguistic distribution, ca. 2000 197 (5)
Central Europe, 1980 202 (3)
Industrial development, 1945-1989 205 (3)
Education and re-education in the 20th 208 (3)
century
The Catholic Church in the 20th century 211 (5)
The Orthodox Church in the 20th century 216 (5)
Central Europe, 2000 221 (4)
Map sources 225 (4)
Bibliography 229 (7)
Index 236