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List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Note on Transliteration and Place Names Glossary Introduction: A Forgotten Peace Chapter 1: Ostpolitik Meets World Revolution Chapter 2: Peacemaking and Self-Determination at Brest-Litovsk Chapter 3: The Great January Strike as a Prelude to Revolution in Austria Chapter 4: The Brest-Litovsk System and Modern Ukrainian Statehood Chapter 5: Brest-Litovsk and the Elusive Bulgarian "Dream of Byzantium" Chapter 6: The Second Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and After Conclusion: Brest-Litovsk and Europe's Twentieth Century Notes Bibliography Index
"Twilight of Empire is a serious contribution to scholarship on World War I. Borislav Chernev skilfully maps the transition from imperial to post-imperial politics in East Central Europe." -- Maciej Gorny, Deutsches Historisches Institut Warschau
Borislav Chernev is Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Exeter.
'This book is of high scholarly value and an important contribution to the history of international relations and revolutionary upheavals in East Central Europe at the end of First World War. - Johannes Remy - Slavonic and East European Review vol 96:02:2018 'This book offers a new way of thinking about the relationships that exist between and among nations and non-historic groups throughout the region, and most importantly provides direction for future research on the topic.... Twilight of Empire should be read by all parties interested in this critical moment in the history of Eastern Europe.' - John W. Steinberg - The Russian Review vol 77:02:2018 'Essential. All levels/Libraries.' - G.P. Cox - Choice Magazine vol 55:07:2018