Item description for Hungary and Her Successors: The Treaty of Trianon and Its Consequences, 1919-1937 by C. A. Macartney...
Written by the famous British professor, this is a carefully detailed sociological and ethnic study of the Carpathian Basin, 18 years after the Treaty of Trianon.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 5.98" Height: 1.34" Weight: 1.72 lbs.
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 1931313865 ISBN13 9781931313865
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More About C. A. Macartney
C. A. Macartney (1895-1978) was one of the foremost authorities on Central Europe. If "The Habsburg Monarchy" can be seen as the summation of his scholarship other works like "National States and National Minorities" (still the classic treatment of the Nationalities problem) and "October Fifteenth: A History of Modern Hungary, 1929-1945" testify to his extraordinary erudition and commanding grasp of complex issues. He was an impressive and inspiring historian
C. A. Macartney was born in 1895 and died in 1978.
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The True Story of WWI peace-making and it's aftermath Sep 9, 2002
C.A. Macartney did, what most fellow historians weren't capable of. Either because of professional incapability, or deliberate political intentions. Macartney presents the history of Hungary leading up to Trianon and the aftermath of it.. He writes about the events as they were in a rarely sober way. Always presenting the topic balanced, not only from one point of view. The work is about the states, which took over territories from Hungary after WWI. Namely Czechoslovakia, Romania, Yugoslavia and Austria. He describes the history of each area and the peoples living there.
Review based on Simon Publications reprint edition August 2001