Shatterzone of Empires Coexistence and Violence in the German, Habsburg, Russian, and Ottoman Borderlands /

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Other Authors: Weitz, Eric D., Bartov, Omer.
Format: eBook
Published: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2013.
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Table of Contents:
  • Paving the way for ethnic cleansing : eastern Thrace during the Balkan wars (1912-1913) and their aftermath / Eyal Ginio
  • "Wiping out the Bulgur race" : hatred, duty, and national self-fashioning in the Second Balkan War / Keith Brown
  • Failed identity and the Assyrian genocide / David Gaunt
  • Forms of violence during the Russian occupation of Ottoman territory and in northern Persia (Urmia and Astrabad), October 1914-December 1917 / Peter Holquist
  • A "zone of violence" : the anti-Jewish pogroms in eastern Galicia in 1914-1915 and 1941 / Alexander V. Prusin
  • Ethnicity and the reporting of mass murder : Krakvis[p]ki Visti, the NKVD murders of 1941, and the Vinnytsia exhumation / John-Paul Himka
  • Communal genocide : personal accounts of the destruction of Buczacz, eastern Galicia, 1941-1944 / Omer Bartov
  • Liquid borderland, inelastic sea : mapping the eastern Adriatic / Pamela Ballinger
  • National modernism in post-revolutionary society : the Ukrainian renaissance and Jewish revival, 1917-1930 / Myroslav Shkandrij
  • Carpathian Rus[p] : interethnic coexistence without violence / Paul Robert Magocsi
  • Tremors in the shatterzone of empires : eastern Galicia in summer 1941 / Kai Struve
  • Caught in between : border regions in modern Europe / Philipp Ther.
  • Introduction : coexistence and violence in the German, Habsburg, Russian, and Ottoman borderlands / Omer Bartov and Eric D. Weitz
  • The traveler's view of Central Europe : gradual transitions and degrees of difference in European borderlands / Larry Wolff
  • Megalomania and angst : the nineteenth-century mythicization of Germany's eastern borderlands / Gregor Thum
  • Between empire and nation state : an outline for a European contemporary history of the Jews, 1750-1950 / Dan Diner
  • Jews and others in vilna-Wino-Vilnius : invisible neighbors, 1831-1948 / Theodore R. Weeks
  • Our laws, our taxes, and our administration : citizenship in imperial Austria / Gary B. Cohen
  • Marking national space on the Habsburg Austrian borderlands, 1880-1918 / Pieter M. Judson
  • Travel, railroads, and identity formation in the Russian empire / Frithjof Benjamin Schenk
  • Germany and the Ottoman borderlands : the entwining of imperial aspirations, revolution, and ethnic violence / Eric D. Weitz
  • The central state in the borderlands : Ottoman eastern Anatolia in the late nineteenth century / Elke Hartmann
  • Borderland encounters in the Carpathian Mountains and their impact on identity formation / Patrice M. Dabrowski
  • Mapping the hungarian borderlands / Robert Nemes
  • A strange case of antisemitism : Ivan Franko and the Jewish issue / Yaroslav Hrytsak
  • Nation state, ethnic conflict, and refugees in Lithuania, 1939-1940 / Tomas Balkelis
  • The Young Turks and the plans for the ethnic homogenization of Anatolia / Taner Akçam.