The Land Between: A History of Slovenia

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Peter Lang, 2008 - 560 strani
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"This is a history of a space - a space between the Panonian plain in the East and the most northernmost bay in the Adriatic in the West, from the eastern Alps in the North and the Dinaridic mountain area in the South. It is also a history of all the different people who lived in this area. The authors show that the Slavs did not settle an empty space and simply replace the Celto-Roman inhabitants of earlier times; they are, on the contrary, presented as the result of reciprocal acculturation. The authors show that the Slovenes made more than two important appearances throughout the entire feudal era; the same holds for later periods, especially for the twentieth century. This book offers a concise and complete history of an area that finally became an integral part of Central Europe and the Balkans."--pub. desc.
 

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PREFACE
7
conquest and Pax Romana
37
From the Marcomannic Wars to the settlement of the Slavic tribes
63
THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
83
FEUDALISM
113
society economy and culture
137
The Stars of Celje
161
The bloody fall of the Middle Ages
177
Unity and national existence
328
The other side of history
365
FROM THE HABSBURG MONARCHY TO THE KINGDOM
369
The Slovenes and the Kingdom of Serbs Croats and Slovenes
385
Dictatorship and the turmoil of the 1930s
400
World War II in Slovenia
418
FROM A SOCIALIST REPUBLIC TO AN INDEPENDENT STATE
443
The first fiveyear period and selfmanagement
459

THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD
193
From CounterReformation rigor to Baroque exuberance
212
Scholars officials and patriots changing the world
229
MODERNIZATION AND NATIONAL EMANCIPATION
255
The year of freedom the 1848 revolution and United Slovenia
280
The Slovenes in the constitutional era
296
From crisis to conflict and beyond
483
EPILOGUE
515
INDEX
537
CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS
559
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