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Caldron of Conflict: Eastern Europe, 1918-1945 (European History Series (Arlington Heights, Ill.).)

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"Caldron of Conflict" tells the story of Eastern Europe in the tumultuous, often violent years 1918-1945. After introducing the region, Wynot traces the differing paths each nation took from imperial rule to independence following World War I. The author next explores how each fared in the two decades of peace, when so many high political and economic hopes were dashed on ...more
Paperback, 140 pages
Published October 23rd 1998 by Harlan Davidson
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