Keith Hitchins. A Concise History of Romania. Cambridge Concise Histories Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Illustrations. xvi + pp. Cambridge Core – European History: General Interest – A Concise History of Romania – by Keith Hitchins. In this comprehensive and scholarly study Keith Hitchins traces these complex processes and explores how Rumania’s leaders attempted to transform the.
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Earliest Times To Present Day. A Concise History of Romania. Description Spanning a period of years from the Roman conquest of Dacia to the present day, A Concise History of Romania traces the development of a unique nation situated on the border between East and West.
In this illuminating new history, Keith Hitchins explores Romania’s struggle to find its place amidst two diverse societies: The book charts Romania’s advancement through five significant phases of its history: This is a fascinating history of an East European nation; one which sheds new light on the complex evolution of the Romanians and the identity they have successfully crafted from a unique synthesis of traditions.
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The national state, ; 5. Peace and war, ; 6. Romanian Communism, ; 7.
Review Text ‘This is a book that every historian in Romania dreams of writing: Hitchins is possibly Romania’s greatest living historian. Review quote ‘This romaina a book that every historian in Romania dreams of writing: It forms an excellent introduction for undergraduate students or anyone else seeking to acquire the foundations of a complex set of events and influences over the long term.
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