History of Transylvania: From the beginnings to 1606

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Social Science Monographs, 2001 - History - 900 pages
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The first volume of a three volume history of Transylvania is designed to present Transylvanian history in a European context and with due attention to Transylvania's links to Hungary, the Habsburg Empire, the Romanian Principalities, Turkey and other states of Europe. The comparative approach is also prominent in the presentation of Transylvania's internal affairs in that the authors address the history -- demographic, economic, social, political and cultural -- of the three major national groups: Romanian, Hungarian, and Saxon.

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Full of nationalistic propaganda, uninspired demagoguery, and lacking critical analysis. This book is quite terrible, and more akin to the communist era in its nationalistic slant than anything worthy of gracing the 21st century bookshelf.

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Contents

The Prehistory of Transylvania Gdbor Vekony
17
The Dacian Kingdom Andrds Mocsy
42
The Roman Province of Dacia Endre Toth
61
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