Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe

Library Journal Best Reference, 2000

Booklist/RBB Editor's Choice, 2000

Choice Outstanding Academic Book, 2000

The 1046 entries in this widely praised encyclopedia cover all of the countries and regions of Eastern Europe: Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, the countries that once made up Yugoslavia, plus additional coverage of European Russia. Entries range from the detailed to the concise, offering the reader a comprehensive introduction into a country's history during the last two centuries.

The content also covers diverse political ideas and movements, the leading figures who shaped the region's political destiny, as well as the major artists, writers, and other culturally significant individuals during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe. First Edition. Ed. Richard Frucht. Garland Publishing, Inc.,2000. Routledge Politics and International Relations Online. Taylor & Francis.19 April 2014 <http://www.routledgeonline.com:80/politics/Book.aspx?id=w019>