A History of Hungary

A History of Hungary

By: Peter F. Sugar (editor)Hardback

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Hungary before the Hungarian conquest, Laszlo Makkai; the Hungarians' prehistory, their conquest of Hungary, and their raids to the West to 955, Laszlo Makkai; the foundation of the Hungarian Christian state, 950-1196, Laszlo Makkai; transformation into a Western-type State, 1196-1301, Laszlo Makkai; the age of the Angevines, 1301-1382, Pat Engel; the late medievial period, 1382-1526, Janos Bak; the early Ottoman period, including Royal Hungary, 1526-1606, Ferenc Szakaly; the later Ottoman period and royal Hungary, 1606-1711, Katalin Peter; the principality of Translylvania, Peter F. Sugar; cooperation and confrontation between rulers and the Noble Estates, 1711-1790, Horst Haselsteiner; the age of royal absolutism, 1790-1848, George Barany; the Revolution and the war of independence, 1848-1849, Istvan Deak; the age of neoabsolutism, 1849-1867, Eva Somogyi; Hungary and the dual monarchy, 1867-1890, Tibor Frank; Hungary through World War I and the end of the dual monarchy, Geza Jeszenszky; revolution, counterrevolution, consolidation, Part I, Tibor Hajdu; Part II, Zsuzsa L. Nagy; the early interwar years, 1921-1938, Maria Ormos; the late interwar years and World War II, Lorand Tilovszky; the Hungarian economy in the Interwar years, Gyorgy Ranki; from liberation to Revolution, 1945-1956, Charles Gati; contemporary Hungary, 1956-1984, Ivan T. Berend. Epilogue, 1985-1990, George Barany.

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  • publication date: 31/10/1990
  • ISBN13: 9781850432869
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9781850432869
  • ISBN10: 1850432864

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