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xiv Often Used Abbreviations CESEE Central, Eastern, and South Eastern Europe IAW International Alliance of Women IAWSEC International Alliance of Women for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship ICW International Council of Women IFUW International Federation of University Women IIAV International Information Center and Archives for the Women’s Movement IWSA International Woman Suffrage Alliance LEW Little Entente of Women WILPF Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom WWI World War I WWII World War II Symbols Used in the Lists of Sources (A) Archival material (B) Printed primary sources (C) Work(s) BY the subject (in chronological order) (D) Work(s) ABOUT the subject (in chronological order) (E) Other works used while preparing this piece (F) Internet sources xv Maps 1. Emergence of Modern Balkan States, 1804–1862. 2. The Austro-Hungarian Ausgleich, 1867. 3. Balkan State Territorial Expansion, 1881–1886. 4. June 1914: Map of Europe 5. The Countries of Europe, 1919 6. Europe in 2005 xvi Map 1 “Emergence of Modern Balkan States, 1804–1862.” Source: Map 25 in Dennis P. Hupchick and Harold E. Cox. The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of the Balkans. New York: Palgrave, 2001. xvii Map 2 “The Austro-Hungarian Ausgleich, 1867.” Source: Map 34 in Dennis P. Hupchick and Harold E. Cox. The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe. New York: Palgrave, 2001. xviii Map 3 “Balkan State Territorial Expansion, 1881–1886.” Source: Map 29 in Dennis P. Hupchick and Harold E. Cox. The Palgrave Concise Historical Atlas of the Balkans. New York: Palgrave, 2001. xix Map 4 “June 1914: Map of Europe” Source: http://www.westernfront.co.uk/thegreatwar/articles/timeline/images/Europe14.jpg xx Map 5 “The Countries of Europe, 1919” Source: http://users.tibus.com/the-great-war/states19.htm In Europe, after World War I ended, some new countries were created and others had their former existing borders redrawn (both types colored light grey in the above map). During the early 1920s a number lost their independence (for example; the Ukraine, and Belarus) and were incorporated into the, then, new USSR. Their sovereignty was only regained during the 1990s. xxi Map 6 “Europe in 2005” Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Europe-large.png ...

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ISBN
9786155053726
Related ISBN
9789637326394
MARC Record
OCLC
868217084
Pages
698
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-01
Language
English
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No
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