A History of Eastern Europe / Professor Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (24 video files (approximately 720 min.)) : sound, color.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2015.
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Episode 17 Power of the Powerless: Revolts and Unrest Episode 19 Toppling Idols: The Communist Collapse Episode 24 Eastern Europe at the Crossroads Episode 21 Yugoslav Wars: Milosevic and Balkan Strife Episode 5 Origins of Nationalism, 18151863 Episode 10 Caught between Hitler and Stalin Episode 14 Behind the Iron Curtain, 19451953 Episode 6 Age of Empires, 18631914 Episode 18 Solidarity in Poland: Walesa's Union Episode 9 From Democrats to Dictators, 19181939 Episode 12 Holocaust and the Nazi Racial Empire Episode 8 World War I: Destruction and Rebirth Episode 2 Formative Migrations: Mongols to Germans Episode 11 World War II: The Unfamiliar Eastern Front Episode 3 Clashing Golden Ages, 13891772 Episode 16 Life in Totalitarian Captivity, 19531980 Episode 22 New Europe: Joining NATO and the EU Episode 1 Other Europe: Deep Roots of Diversity Episode 15 Forest Brothers: Baltic Partisan Warfare Episode 20 Turn: The Post-Soviet 1990s Episode 7 Jewish Life in the Shtetl Episode 13 Postwar Flight and Expulsion Episode 4 Great Crime of Empires: Poland Divided Episode 23 Unfolding Ukraine-Russia Crisis.
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Host/lecturer, Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius.
Professor Liulevicius delves deeply into the cultures of this region-the 20 nations that stretch from the Baltic to the Black Seas. This course presents the grand sweep of all this history and clues you in on the context necessary to understand today's world. He also gives you specific, unique insights that are fascinating in their own right-and seldom mentioned in the history books.
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|Subject:||Europe, Eastern > History.
Europe, Eastern > Civilization.