Biographical Dictionary of Central & Eastern Europe inthe 20th Century, 1st Edition

  • J. Kofman
  • W. Roszkowski
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  • ISBN-10: 0765624621
  • ISBN-13: 9780765624628
  • DDC: 920.040917
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1208 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released October 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

Drawing on newly accessible archives as well as memoirs and other sources, this biographical dictionary documents the lives of some two thousand notable figures in twentieth-century Central and Eastern Europe. A unique compendium of information that is not currently available in any other single resource, the dictionary provides concise profiles of the region's most important historical and cultural actors, from Ivo Andric to King Zog. Coverage includes Albania, Belarus, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Moldova, Ukraine, and the countries that made up Yugoslavia.

Table of Contents

Cover Page.
Half Title.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
About the Editors.
List of Contributors.
Institutional Abbreviations.
Source Abbreviations.
1: Abakanowicz Magdalena.
2: AbdiĆ Fikret.
3: Abetsedarsky Laurentsi.
4: Abramchik Mikalay.
5: Abramowski Edward.
6: Abrantowicz Fabian.
7: ÁChim András Liker.
8: AczÉl György.
9: Adamec Ladislav.
10: Adamkus Valdas.
11: Adamovich Ales.
12: Adamovich Anton, pseudonyms “Birych” and “Zabransky”.
13: Adamovich Yazep.
14: Adamski Stanisław.
15: Ady Endre.
16: Aftenie Vasile.
17: Akel Fredrich Karl.
18: Akinchits Fabiyan.
19: Aksyonau [Aksyonov] Aleksandr.
20: Alapy Gyula.
21: Aldea Aurel.
22: Aleksa Jonas.
23: Aleksa-Angarietis Zigmas.
24: Aleksandrov Todor.
25: Aleksiyevich Svyatlana.
26: Alexander I Karadjordjević.
27: Alexander Obrenović.
28: Alia Ramiz.
29: AlijagiĆ Alija.
30: Aliti Abdurahman.
31: Alizoti bey Fejzi.
32: Allik Hendrik.
33: Alliksaar Artur.
34: Alsheuski Anatol.
35: Alter Wiktor.
36: AmbrazeviČius-Brazaitis Juozas.
37: Anders Władysław.
38: Andov Stojan.
39: AndrÁssy Gyula, Jr..
40: Andreescu Gabriel.
41: Andrei Stefan.
42: Andresen Nigol.
43: AndriĆ Ivo.
44: Andrzejewski Jerzy.
45: Angyal István.
46: Anielewicz Mordecai, pseudonyms “Aniotek”.
47: Antall József, Jr..
48: Antall József, Sr..
49: Antanovich Ivan.
50: Antczak Antoni.
51: Antonchik Siarhey.
52: Antonescu Ion.
53: Antonescu Mihai.
54: Antonescu Victor.
55: Antoniade Constantin.
56: Antonov-Ovseyenko Volodymyr.
57: Anvelt Jaan.
58: Apor Vilmos.
59: Apostol Gheorghe.
60: Apponyi Albert.
61: AprÓ Antal.
62: Arbnori Pjetër.
63: Arciszewski Tomasz.
64: Arekhva Mikalay, pseudonyms “Pyotr,” “Klyshka-Malinouski,” “Mikulich,” and “Barysevich”.
65: Argetoianu Constantin.
66: Arghezi Tudor.
67: Arlou Uladzimir.
68: Arsenneva Natalya.
69: ArtukoviĆ Andrija.
70: Askenazy Szymon.
71: Aspa× Zija.
72: Astra Gunārs.
73: Astrouski Radaslau.
74: Atanasov Georgi.
75: Atanasov Nedyalko.
76: AvakumoviĆ Jovan.
77: Averescu Alexandru.
78: BabiĆ Milan.
79: Babits Mihály.
80: Babiuch Edward.
81: Bachynskyi Lev.
82: Bachynskyi Yulian.
83: Bacilek Karel.
84: BaČkis Audrys.
85: BaczyÑski Krzysztof Kamil, pseudonym “Jan Bugaj”.
86: Badzio Yuriy.
87: BagiÑski Kazimierz.
88: Bagrianov Ivan.
89: Bahdankevich Stanislau.
90: Bahdanovich Maxim.
91: Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Endre.
92: Bajraktari Muharrem.
93: BakariĆ Vladimir.
94: Balabanov Aleksandur.
95: BÃlan Ioan.
96: BalantiĆ France.
97: Balcerowicz Leszek.
98: Balicki Zygmunt.
99: Balitsky Anton.
100: Balluku Beqir.
101: Balodis Janis.
102: Balogh István.
103: Banach Kazimierz.
104: Banach Stefan.
105: BaŃnczyk Stanisław.
106: Bandera Stepan.
107: BÁnffy Dezsfio.
108: Bangerskis Rūdolfs.
109: Banushi Ireneo Ilia.
110: Baradulin Ryhor.
111: BarÁk Rudolf.
112: Baraniak Antoni.
113: Barankovics István.
114: Barcikowski Kazimierz.
115: BÁrdossy László.
116: Barkauskas Antanas.
117: BÂrlÃdeanu Alexandru.
118: Barlicki Norbert, pseudonyms “Grzela,” “Betani,” and others.
119: Barons Krišjānis.
120: Bartel Kazimierz.
121: BartÓk Béla.
122: Bartoszewski Władysław.
123: BaŠagiĆ-RedŽepasiĆ Safetbeg.
124: BasanaviČius Jonas.
125: Bata István.
126: Bat'a Tomáš.
127: BattĚk Rudolf.
128: Bazhan Mykola.
129: Bebler Aleš.
130: Bechyne¢ Rudolf.
131: Beck Józef.
132: Bednorz Herbert.
133: Begma Vasyl.
134: Belishova Liri.
135: BelŠevica Vizma.
136: BeneŠ Edvard.
137: Benke Valéria.
138: Beran Josef.
139: Beran Rudolf.
140: Berdnyk Oleksandr.
141: Berecz János.
142: Berisha Sali Ram.
143: BerĶis Krišjānis.
144: Berklavs Eduārds.
145: Berling Zygmunt.
146: Berman Jakub.
147: Beron Petyr.
148: Berov Luben.
149: BĒrziŅŠ Alfreds.
150: Be×rziŅŠ Jānis.
151: Bethlen István.
152: Biadula Zmitrok.
153: BibÓ István.
154: Bielecki Jan Krzysztof.
155: Bielecki Tadeusz.
156: Bielinis Jurgis.
157: BieÑ Adam, pseudonyms “Alfa,” “Witold Bronowski,” and “Walkowicz”.
158: Bienert Richard.
159: Bieniashevich Uladzimir.
160: BieÑkowski Władysław.
161: Bierut Bolesław.
162: BijediĆ Džemal.
163: Bil'ak Vasil.
164: Bilczewski Józef.
165: BiliŃski Leon.
166: B×ilmanis Alfreds.
167: Birk Aadu.
168: Birkavs Valdis.
169: BirŽiŠka Mykolas.
170: Bistras Leonas.
171: Biszku Béla.
172: Bizauskas Kazimieras.
173: Blachnicki Franciszek Karol.
174: Blaga Lucian.
175: Blagoyev Dimiter.
176: Blaho Pavel.
177: Blakytnyi Vasyl.
178: Blandiana Ana.
179: Blaumanis Rūdolfs.
180: BĻodnieks ×dolfs.
181: BniŃski Adolf.
182: Boban Mate.
183: Boboshevski Tsvetko.
184: Bobrowski Czesław.
185: BobrzyŃski Michał.
186: BocheŃski Józef.
187: BodnaraŞ Emil.
188: Bfiohm Vilmos.
189: Bojko Jakub.
190: Boletini Isa.