Fragmentation in East Central Europe Poland and the Baltics, 1915-1929by Richter, Klaus
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Fragmentation in East Central Europe challenges the traditional view that the emergence of these states was the product of a radical rupture that naturally led from defunct empires to nation states. Using the example of Poland and the Baltic States, it retraces the roots of the interwar states of East Central Europe, of their policies, economic developments, and of their conflicts back to the First World War. At the same time, it shows that these states learned to harness the dynamics caused by territorial fragmentation, thus forever changing our understanding of what modern states can do.
Klaus Richter, Senior Lecturer in Eastern European History, University of Birmingham
Klaus Richter is a historian of modern Central and Eastern Europe. He received his PhD in 2012 from the Technical University of Berlin, after which he held a research position at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw. He is currently working as Senior Lecturer and Birmingham Fellow at the University of Birmingham, and is director of the Birmingham Research Institute for History and Cultures (BRIHC). His previous book, Antisemitismus in Litauen. Christen, Juden und die 'Emanzipation' der Bauern, 1889-1914 (2013), was a study on Christian-Jewish relations in the Russian Empire's Lithuanian provinces. He is also the author of numerous articles and book chapters on the social history of East Central Europe as well as on the history of nationalism, ethnic conflict, and displacement.
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