Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe: From the Congress of Vienna to the Fall of Communism
Taylor & Francis | 2007-03-20 | ISBN: 0815300921 | 958 pages | PDF | 12 MB
The key to understanding a volatile region
In 1989, to the surprise of many, the infamous Iron Curtain separating Western and Eastern Europe collapsed. In a matter of months, a world that had existed for four decades was overturned, and nations and peoples who had for centuries been dominated-and at times destroyed-by their more powerful neighbors were detached from the Russian sphere of influence and set on a radically new economic and political path.
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