Romania country studies

Romania country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Roman Dacia
The Age of the Great Migrations
Transylvania, Walachia, and Moldavia
Origins of Walachia and Moldavia
The Ottoman Invasions
Transylvania Under the Habsburgs
The Reign of Joseph Ii
The Revolution of 1848
Unification of Transylvania and Hungary
Under the Russian Protectorate
The Russian Protectorate
The Crimean War and Unification
To the End of World War I
Romania Under Charles of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
The Balkan Wars and World War I
Greater Romania and the Occupation of Budapest
To the End of World War Ii
The Agrarian Crisis and the Rise of the Iron Guard
World War Ii
Armistice Negotiations and Soviet Occupation
Postwar Romania, 1944-85
Petru Groza's Premiership
Elimination of Opposition Parties
The Romanian People's Republic
The Post-Stalin Era
Gheorghiu-Dej's Defiance of Khrushchev
The Ceausescu Succession
Dynastic Socialism and the Economic Downturn
Almost Free, 1989 - 1990
Geography
Topography
Climate
Society
Population
Demographic Policy
Settlement Structure
Systematization: A Settlement Strategy
Ethnic Structure
National Minorities Under Communist Rule
Social Structure
The New Social Order
Social Mobility
Family
Women and Women's Organizations
Education
Religion
Social Conditions
The Economy
Economic Structure and Dynamics
Administration and Control of the Economy
Banking
Natural Resources
Labor
Foreign Trade
Industry
Energy
Machine Building
Metallurgy
Chemicals
Light Industry
Agriculture
Government
Three Constitutions
Central Government
Joint Party-State Organizations
Local Government
Electoral System
The Communist Party
Mass Organizations
The Ceausescu Era
Mass Media
Foreign Policy
Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
Hungary
West Germany
United States
Austria, Britain, France and Italy
Middle East
Bibliography

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