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Recent Content

Author: 
James Gow
Reviewer: 
Tobias K. Vogel

Vogel on Gow, 'Triumph of the Lack of Will: International Diplomacy and the Yugoslav War'


James Gow. Triumph of the Lack of Will: International Diplomacy and the Yugoslav War. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. xii + 343 pp. $29.50 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-231-10916-1.

Reviewed by Tobias K. Vogel (New School for Social Research)
Published on HABSBURG (October, 1997)

Dayton Revisited

Author: 
Anton Czettler
Reviewer: 
Harald Roth

Roth on Czettler, 'Pal Graf Teleki und die AuÖŸenpolitik Ungarns 1939-1941'


Anton Czettler. Pal Graf Teleki und die AuÖŸenpolitik Ungarns 1939-1941. MÖ¼nchen: Verlag Ungarisches Institut, 1996. 276 pp. DM 65,- (cloth), ISBN 978-3-9803045-9-7.

Reviewed by Harald Roth (Arbeitskreis für Siebenbürgische Landeskunde)
Published on HABSBURG (September, 1997)

Modern Hungarian Hagiography

Author: 
Paolo Prodi, Adam Wandruszka, eds.
Reviewer: 
Laszlo Csorba

Csorba on Prodi and Wandruszka, 'Il luogo di cura nel tramonto della monarchia d'Asburgo: Arco nella fine dell'Ottocento'


Paolo Prodi, Adam Wandruszka, eds. Il luogo di cura nel tramonto della monarchia d'Asburgo: Arco nella fine dell'Ottocento. Bologna: Societa editrice il Mulino, 1996. 345 pp. Lit 38,000 (paper), ISBN 978-88-15-05536-1.

Reviewed by Laszlo Csorba (Lorand Eotvos University)
Published on HABSBURG (September, 1997)

Spas and the Twilight of Empire

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