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HISTORICAL YEARBOOK

VOLUME VIII, 2011

GREAT POWERS – STRATAGEMS AND IDEOLOGY

Н.А. СОБОЛЕВА, Символика России 90-х гг. ХХ в. – начала ХХI в. в государственной политике и общественном дискурсе3~30
DANIELA BUŞĂ, Un projet d’organisation militaire et politique de la Dobroudja au milieu du XIXe siècle et ses implications sur le plan européen 31~42
ILEANA CĂZAN, La politique pontique de la maison d’Autriche, de l’utopie à la stratégie (XVIe–XVIIIe siècles) 43~58
NAGY PIENARU, The Sublime Porte and Transylvania. I. An Unpublished Ottoman Document Concerning the Peace of Vasvár (1664)picture59~66

DIPLOMACY AND ESPIONAGE

RALUCA TOMI, A Destiny between Science and Espionage: Alexander Eck (1876–1953)67~96
RADU TUDORANCEA, Take Ionescu, Eleftherios Venizelos and the Project of a Five Member Little Entente97~102

MINORITIES – ETHNICITY AND DENOMINATION

JAMES A. KAPALÓ, Gagauz ‘Orthodoxism’ in Interwar Romania: Mihail Çakir and the Gagauz National Movement103~120
STOICA LASCU, Prominent Romanian Figures on the Aromanian Issue (Late Nineteenth – Early Twentieth Centuries) 121~134
NİMET AYŞE BAKIRCILAR, HATİCE AKIN, An Example of the Church Issue in the Ottoman Empire: The Kumanova Church135~144

ARHITECTURE AND MONUMENTS – WITNESSES OF THE PAST,
EMBLEMS OF THE PRESENT

MEHMET ZEKİ İBRAHİMGİL, Une évaluation générale du patrimoine culturel ottoman dans les Balkans145~156
ADRIAN-SILVAN IONESCU, Romanian Architecture as Seen by Nineteenth-Century Photographers157~170

SILENT AND ACTIVE BATTLEFIELDS

ALEXANDER STYKALIN, The Soviet Intervention in Czechoslovakia in 1968 and the Position of Hungary171~194
PER ANDERS RUDLING, Terror and Local Collaboration in Occupied Belarus: The Case of the Schutzmannschaft Battalion 118. I. Background195~214

HISTORICAL SOURCES – TEXTS AND ANALYSIS

ANDREEA-ROXANA IANCU, Le testament dans son contexte documentaire. Une critique des sources (Valachie, fin du XVIIIe – début du XIXe siècle)215~232
ŞERBAN V. MARIN, Some Notes on the Venetian Chronicle Ascribed to Daniele Barbaro, Patriarch of Aquileia. The So-Called “Barbaro Group”(I) 233~252