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Published: 14 May 2020

992 Pages | 16 black and white figures/maps

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780198843559

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Fragmentation in East Central Europe

Poland and the Baltics, 1915-1929

Klaus Richter

  • The first historical study to view the history of World War I and of interwar Europe through the lens of fragmentation
  • Retraces the roots of the East Central European states, of their policies, economic developments, and of their conflicts back to the First World War
  • Provides a reinterpretation of state building and international relations in the early twentieth century
  • Presents a de-centred international and transnational history, based on multi-lingual research from fourteen archives in eight countries