|Statement||by Hugh Seton-Watson.|
Jonathan Sperber has updated and expanded his study of the European Revolutions between in this second edition. Emphasizing the socioeconomic background to the revolutions, and the diversity of political opinions and experiences of participants, Sperber offers an inclusive narrative of the revolutionary events and a structural analysis of the reasons for the revolutions' ultimate Cited by: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seton-Watson, Hugh. East European revolution. New York, Praeger  (OCoLC) Soviet acceptance of the collapse of East European Communist regimes in must be considered the single most significant event leading to the end of the Cold War. It provided the most compelling evidence of the magnitude of changes that were going on inside the USSR in Cited by: 5. Concluding that the contentious term ‘revolution’ is indeed apt for the momentous developments in eastern Europe in , this book will be essential reading for undergraduates, postgraduates and specialists alike. eISBN: Subjects: Political Science × Close Overlay.
The French Revolution created turmoil across the whole of Europe, via a series of events which continue to captivate and inspire massive debate. As such, there is a vast range of literature on the topic, much of it involving specific methodologies and approaches. The following selection combines introductory and general histories with a few more specialized works. Breunig, Charles (), The Age of Revolution and Reaction, – (ISBN ) Chastain, James, ed. () Encyclopedia of Revolutions of online from Ohio State U. Dowe, Dieter, ed. Europe in Revolution and Reform (Berghahn Books, ) Evans, R. J. W., and Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann, eds. The Second World War and the East European Revolution. Bradley F. Abrams. East European Politics and Societies 3, Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on. "Europe" owes its existence to non-eldest sons and scholars. Oh, and castles! Moore's use of "revolution" is somewhat problematic, but he covers a tremendous amount of ground in pages. I'm also amazed at his anecdotes given the tremendous difficulty involved in using medieval sources/5(4).
The European Revolutions, is a student textbook, designed to introduce, in an accessible manner, all the principal themes and problems of this sometimes bewildering period in European history. Professor Sperber's account, which is supplemented by extensive notes for further reading and potted biographies of the principal individuals involved, incorporates the very latest scholarship 5/5(1). Co-author of the recent book A Global History of Eastern Europe, the historian spoke with Ondřej Bělíček, an editor of the Czech online daily , about the “long transition” from the late socialist period to neoliberalism in Eastern Europe, the disintegration of solidarity with the Third World in the s and s, and. Hardcover. First edition. About fine in near fine dustwrapper with a small chip on the front panel. Item # Gerhard Rempel: Revolution in Eastern Europe: [At Internet Archive, from estern New England College] Extended lecture notes. The Phillipines and People Power. The incident which showed the people could bring down a government; Tiananmen Square and State Force The incident which showed the state could suppress a rebellion.