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    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (258 pages) , Karte
    ISBN: 9780253040947 , 978-0-253-04090-9
    Content: Beyond Versailles considers how, in the wake of the Paris Peace Treaties, national and regional leaders sought to remake their states in accordance with international agreements while still responding to local preferences and needs
    Content: Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. Plebiscites and Postwar Legitimacy -- 2. Teschen and Its Impossible Plebiscite: Can the Genie Be Put Back in the Bottle? -- 3. National Self-Determination and Political Legitimacy after Versailles: Leon Wasilewski and the German-Polish Borderlands, 1919-39 -- 4. The End of Egypt's Occupation: Ottoman Sovereignty and the British Declaration of Protection -- 5. Ordering the "Land of Paradox": The Fashioning of Nationality, Religion, and Political Loyalty in Colonial Egypt -- 6. Fashioning the Rest: National Ascription in Austria after the First World War -- 7. National Claims and the Rights of Others: Italy and Its Newly Found Territories after the First World War -- 8. Between Race, Nation, and Empire: Tensions of (Inter)-Nationalism in the Early Interwar Period, 1919-23 -- 9. Persian Visions of Nationalism and Inter-Nationalism in a World at War -- 10. "Emblems of Sovereignty": The Internationalization of Danzig and the Polish Post Office Dispute, 1919-25 -- Index
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als
    Language: English
    Subjects: History
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    Keywords: Konferenzschrift
    Author information: Payk, Marcus M.
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