Joseph Eötvös and the modernization of Hungary, 1840-1870: a study of ideas of individuality and social pluralism in modern politics
East European Monographs, 1985 - 134 oldal
Half of a two-part complementary study on the evolution of Hungarian society and politics in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries focussing on the role played by leading Hungarian statesmen, particularly Joseph Eotvos.
Mit mondanak mások - Írjon ismertetőt
Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.
The Struggle for Hungarian Reform 18401848 21 the motivation of his commitment to political and social
From Absolutism to Dualism 18591867 75 phase of Hungarian liberal politics is one purpose
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