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Origins of the Czech National Renascence

Origins of the Czech National Renascence

Agnew argues that the celebrated Czech national revival of the mid-nineteenth century had its intellectual origins in the Enlightenment, and through contact with the larger Slavic world, where ethnic and cultural heritage were defined.

Varieties of Marxist Humanism

Varieties of Marxist Humanism

Philosophical Revision in Postwar Eastern Europe

Satterwhite analyzes the work of revisionist thinkers in four East European countries whose critique of the orthodox “official” Marxism laid the philosophical groundwork for the 1989-1990 upheavals in Eastern Europe and a reassessment of Marxist thought generally throughout the world.

The Bulgarian Jews and the Final Solution, 1940-1944

The Bulgarian Jews and the Final Solution, 1940-1944

Virtually all of Bulgaria’s Jewish citizens escaped the horrors of the Polish death camps and survived either to migrate to Israel or to remain in their homeland. Frederick Chary relates the history of the Bulgarian government’s policy toward the Jews and how the determination and moral courage of a small country could successfully thwart the Final Solution.

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