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by Andreas Kappeler

Author: Andreas Kappeler
Subcategory: Sociology
Language: English
Publisher: New York University Press (June 1, 1992)
Pages: 386 pages
Category: Politics
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Published June 10, 1992 by Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd.

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6. Ed. Andreas Kappeler in collaboration with Fikret Adanir and Alan O'Day. Recommend this journal. New York: New York University Press, 1992. Die Russen: Ihr Nationalbewuβitsein in Geschichte und Gegenwart.

In The Formation of National Elites, Comparative Studies on Governments and Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups in Europe, 1850–1940, vol. 6, ed. Andreas Kappeler, Fikret Adanır, and Alan O’Day. New York: New York University Press. The National Question and the Genesis and Development of Socialism in the Ottoman Empire: The Case of Macedonia. In Socialism and Nationalism in the Ottoman Empire 1876–1923, ed. Mete Tunçay and Erik J. Zürcher, 27–48.

The Formation of National Elites: Comparative Studies on Governments and Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups in. .The aim of this study is twofold. First, to explore Ottoman propaganda and the set of symbols it employed to promote patriotism and cohesion among soldiers and civilians.

The Formation of National Elites: Comparative Studies on Governments and Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups in Europe, 1850-1940. Second, by using memoirs written by army officers, contemporary press articles, literature produced by and for non-Muslims, theatre plays, et. it will dwell upon the responses from below to this propaganda, and the reactions of the different groups inside Ottoman society to the mobilization, to the war and to the military disaster.

This book brings the discussion into a realm where the time span is considerable and the documentation is vast―the formation of national states in western Europe. Through a series of essays on major state-making activities.

Please read Kappeler, Andreas, ‘The Ukrainians of the Russian Empire 1860-1914’, pp. 105-132. Comparative studies on governments and non-dominant ethnic groups in Europe, 1850-1940. 081474608X, 1855211149. This item appears on. List: HI260: Nation and Memory in Russia, Poland and Ukraine, 1800 to the present. Section: Ukrainian History.

This is one in a series of eight books, published in association with the European Science Foundation, which looks at the problems associated with ethnic groups and minorities over a time span of a hundred years, from the middle of the 19th Century to the beginning of the Second World War . the peak years for national conflicts in Europe.

The Formation of National Elites: Comparative Studies on Governments and Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups in Europe, 1850-1940

The Formation of National Elites: Comparative Studies on Governments and Non-Dominant Ethnic Groups in Europe, 1850-1940. by Andreas Kappeler, Fikret Adanir, Alan O'Day; Die Russen: Ihr NationalbewuBtsein in Geschichte und Gegenwart. New Perspectives in Modern Russian History: Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, 1990. by Robert B. McKean (pp. 648-649).