TITLE

THE MODERN PERIOD, 1789-1914 - THE FRENCH REVOLUTION AND EUROPE, 1789-1914 - EASTERN EUROPE AND THE BALKANS, 1762-1914 - THE BALKANS - THE BALKAN STATES

PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
Encyclopedia of World History;2001, p514
SOURCE TYPE
Encyclopedia
DOC. TYPE
Reference Entry
ABSTRACT
Information about various political and economic developments in the Balkan states during the period from the year 1762 to the year 1914 is presented. The first national revolutions took place in these states in the 19th century. Local governments organized and armed themselves and shifted loyalties. Industrial development in these regions was slow.
ACCESSION #
28536202

 

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