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by Pieter C. van Duin

Author: Pieter C. van Duin
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (May 1, 2009)
Pages: 546 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.7
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Scholars interested in the history of Bratislava during the 1919 transfer of. .

Scholars interested in the history of Bratislava during the 1919 transfer of power will find a wealth of detail in Duin's narrative. The main chapters are exhaustive, balancing a narrative of events, the popular perceptions of various different historical actors, and subsequent historiography. Van Duin possesses the linguistic skills and historical sensibilities to capture the perspectives of all the players. a work about Slovak history that is refreshing in all respects.

Series: International Studies in Social History. The study places the historic change of the former Pressburg into the modern Bratislava in the broader context of the development of multinational pre-1918 Hungary, the evolution of social, ethnic, and political relations in multi-ethnic Pressburg (a 'tri-national' city of Germans, Magyars, and Slovaks), and the development of the multinational labor movement in Hungary and the Habsburg Empire.

International Studies in Social History, Volume 14. New York: Berghahn Books, 2009. Pp. 466. van DuinPieter C. Central European Crossroads: Social Democracy and National Revolution in Bratislava (Pressburg): 1867–1921. International Studies in Social History, Volume 14. - Volume 42 - Alexander Maxwell. The project has contributed to the strengthening of democracy in the Dominican Republic, fulfilling its social responsibility through the implementation of a series of initiatives that have had an important influence in numerous public policies that deal with the resolution of national problems.

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International Studies in Social History Pieter C. van Duin studied and worked at the University of Leiden in the 1970s and 1980s

International Studies in Social History. Scholars interested in the history of Bratislava during the 1919 transfer of power will find a wealth of detail in Duin’s narrative. All in all, Duin has written a solid book of considerable interest to specialists. Austrian History Yearbook. Pieter C. van Duin studied and worked at the University of Leiden in the 1970s and 1980s. At present he works as an independent historian based in Leiden and Bratislava, Slovakia.

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During the four decades of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia a vast literature on working-class movements has been produced but it has hardly any value for today’s scholarship. This remarkable study reopens the field. Based on Czech, Slovak, German and other sources, it focuses on the history of the multi-ethnic social democratic labor movement in Slovakia’s capital Bratislava during the period 1867-1921, and on the process of national revolution during the years 1918–19 in particular. The study places the historic change of the former Pressburg into the modern Bratislava in the broader context of the development of multinational pre-1918 Hungary, the evolution of social, ethnic, and political relations in multi-ethnic Pressburg (a ‘tri-national’ city of Germans, Magyars, and Slovaks), and the development of the multinational labor movement in Hungary and the Habsburg Empire as a whole.