3 edition of radical right in interwar Estonia found in the catalog.
radical right in interwar Estonia
2000 by St. Martin"s Press in association with School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London in New York .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-210) and index
|Series||Studies in Russia and East Europe|
|LC Classifications||JC573.2.E75 K37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||99044844|
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Those teaching courses on Interwar politics or radical right-wing organisations would find this book perfect for the reading list. With Estonia slowly rejoining Europe, its history has also taken on new interest.
This book fills a large gap that had existed for decades, and it is done at a top-class by: The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
The first detailed study of Estonian politics during 4/5. The first detailed study of Estonian politics during the s, this book examines the Estonian Veterans' League which won a majority in a referendum for its constitutional amendment creating a strong presidency.
The Veterans appeared set to triumph in the elections, but were thwarted by the. The author also compares the Veterans with fascist movements in neighbouring countries, and concludes that, despite similarities, the Veterans differed from the fascists in fundamental respects.
By using formerly unobtainable archival records this study fills a considerable gap in the literature on the Baltic states, and it should be of special interest to students of European fascist.
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この本は年にバルト研究推進協会 (AABS) で Book Prize を受賞した 。 出版物. Kasekamp, Andres () The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia. ISBN ; Kasekamp, Andres and Sæter, Martin (). Estonian Membership in the EU: Security and Foreign Policy Aspects.
His first book was The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia (Palgrave ). His second book, A History of the Baltic States (Palgrave ), has been translated into nine languages. His research interests include populist radical right parties, memory politics, European foreign and security policy, and cooperation and conflict in the Baltic Sea.
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have been the battleground for neighbouring powers and the site of intense rivalry, but also interaction, between East and West. A History of the Baltic States masterfully traces the development of these three Baltic countries, from the northern crusades against Europe's last pagans, and Lithuania's rise to become one of medieval Europe's largeststates, to.
The main thrust of the book is Alcalde’s attempt to test the commonly held notions about war veterans and interwar fascism. On the one hand, there is the trope of the brutalized war veterans as the vanguard of the revolutionary fascist order; on the other hand, there is powerful image of veterans as victims of the senselessness of modern war Author: Matthew Kott.
The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia. New York: St. Martin's Press, Inc., in Association with the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, x, pp.
in Canadian-American Slavic StudiesAuthor: Andrew Ezergailis. The early essays identify certain elements of British fascism, particularly anti-semitism, which produced the ideology of the inter-war organisations calling themselves ‘fascist’.
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Author: Professor ; A Kasekamp Andres Kasekamp. Table of Contents. Contents. Introduction: Radical Departures and the Politics of Inter-war Travel Writing (Hurcombe, Kershaw and Cornick) Chapter One: From the Grand Tour to the Political Tourist: Italy and the Encounter with Homo Fascista (Martin Hurcombe) Chapter Two: Out of Chaos, Order: Latinity and the Iberian Dictatorships (Martin Hurcombe) Chapter Three: The New Soviet Woman and the.
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