A Concise History of Greece

Cambridge University Press, 2002 M06 20 - 291 páginas
This book provides a concise, illustrated introduction to the history of modern Greece, from the first stirrings of the national movement in the late eighteenth century to the present day. It is designed to provide a basic introduction for general and academic readers with little or no prior knowledge of the subject. A Concise History of Greece has been revised and now includes a new final chapter that covers Greek history and politics to the present day. Richard Clogg is a Fellow of St. Anthony's College, Oxford and was formerly Professor of Modern Balkan History, University of London. His previous publications include Anglo-Greek Attitudes (Palgrave, 2000) and Parties and Elections in Greece (Duke University Press, 1988). He is currently writing A Concise History of Romania for the Cambridge Concise Histories Series.

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This book was required reading for a Greek history class that I took. I don't think that I've ever read a book that was so densely packed with information. Clogg conveys entire historic events with ... Leer comentario completo

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Nice describing lots of explanations.

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Ottoman rule and the emergence of the Greek state 17701831
Nation building the Great Idea and National Schism 18311922
Catastrophe and occupation and their consequences 192349
The legacy of the civil war 195074
The consolidation of democracy and the populist decade 197490
Balkan turmoil and political modernization Greece in the 1990s
The royal houses of Greece
Key dates
Guide to further reading
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