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HISTORICAL YEARBOOK

VOLUME IX, 2012

RULERS AND REALMS – INTERNAL CONSOLIDATION AND EXTERNAL
INTERFERENCES

ILEANA CĂZAN, Débuts de l’héraldique roumaine, sceaux armoriés et l’évolution de la puissance centrale3~14
ŞTEFAN ANDREESCU, La diplomazia veneziana e l’Europa Centrale: La crisi di successione al trono polacco (1572–1575)15~22

INDEPENDENT ROMANIA – DISPUTED TERRITORIES AND
STRENGHTENED RELATIONSHIPS

DANIELA BUŞĂ, Les relations de la Roumanie avec l’Empire ottoman dans les premières années après l’indépendance23~28
RADU TUDORANCEA, The Romanian-Bulgarian Border (1878–1940): Southern Dobruja or the Need for a Strategic Frontier29~38

ORIENT AND OCCIDENT – COMMERCIAL TIES AND
ECONOMIC INTERESTS

MÁRIA PAKUCS-WILLCOCKS, Greek and Other Merchants from the Ottoman Empire in the Trade of Sibiu (1614–1623)tabels39~70
ÖMER METİN, The Oil Concessions in the Ottoman Empire (End of the 19th Century – Beginning of the 20th Century)71~79

THE QUEST FOR POWER – WAR, PROPAGANDA AND
ARMED RESISTANCE

VADIM GUZUN, The Moldavian Soviet Republic as a Means for the Anti-Romanization of Transnistria (1924–1939)81~98
PER ANDERS RUDLING, Terror and Local Collaboration in Occupied Belarus: The Case of the Schutzmannschaft Battalion 118: II: War Criminality99~121
T. O. SMITH, Protecting the British Empire: The Dilemma of Sending Military Aid to French Indochina (1948–1950) 123~137

TEXTS AND IDEAS – TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION

ŞERBAN V. MARIN, Some Notes on the Venetian Chronicle Ascribed to Daniele Barbaro, Patriarch of Aquileia: The So-Called “Barbaro Group” (II)139~152
IACOB MÂRZA, Zenovie Pâclişanu et le siècle des Lumières chez les Roumains de Transylvanie153~175
LIVIU BORDAŞ, Mircea Eliade as Scholar of Yoga: A Historical Study of His Reception (1936–1954) (II)177~195

NOTES AND REVIEWS

VENERA ACHIM and RALUCA TOMI, eds., FLORINA MANUELA CONSTANTIN, collab., Documente de arhivă privind robia ţiganilor: Epoca dezrobirii (Bucharest: Editura Academiei Române, 2010), LXXVI + 268 pp. + 12 facs. (Marian Stroia); ŞTEFAN DELUREANU, L’Italia e la Romania verso l’unificazione nazionale: Un secolo di storia parallela (1820–1920) (Bucharest: Paideia, 2010), 232 pp. (Raluca Tomi); FRANCESCO GUIDA, ed., Italia e Romania verso l’unità nazionale (Bucharest: Humanitas, 2011), 214 pp. (Raluca Tomi); YAVUZ KÖSE, Westlicher Konsum am Bosporus: Warenhäuser, Nestlé & Co. im späten Osmanischen Reich (1855–1923), Südosteuropäischen Arbeiten 138 (Munich: R. Oldenbourg Verlag, 2010), 574 pp. (Bogdan Popa);
GHEORGHE LAZĂR, Les marchands en Valachie, XVIIe–XVIIIe siècles (Bucharest: Institutul Cultural Român, 2006), 438 pp. + ills. + apps. + maps (Mária Pakucs Willcocks); IOANA MACREA-TOMA, Privilighenţia: Instituţii literare în comunismul românesc (Cluj Napoca: Casa Cărţii de Ştiinţă, 2009), 364 pp. (Cristian Vasile); STELIAN MÂNDRUŢ and RUDOLF GRÄF, eds., Între ştiinţă şi politică: Fritz Valjavec şi corespondenţii săi români (1935–1944) / Zwischen Wissenschaft und Politk: Fritz Valjavec’s Briefwechsel mit rumänischen Gelehrten (1935–1944) (Cluj-Napoca: Centrul de Studii Transilvane, 2010), 574 pp. + ills. (Iacob Mârza); ANTONY PENROSE, The Boy Who Bit Picasso (London: Thames & Hudson, 2010), 48 pp. + ills. (Adrian-Silvan Ionescu); NICOLAE-ŞERBAN TANAŞOCA, Balcanologie şi politică în România secolului XX: Victor Papacostea în documente din arhiva Securităţii şi din arhiva personală (Bucharest: Editura Biblioteca Bucureştilor, 2010), 328 pp. (Florin Anghel); CRISTIAN VASILE, Politicile culturale comuniste în timpul regimului Gheorghiu-Dej (Bucharest: Humanitas, 2011), 342 pp. (Eugen Stancu)
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Books and Studies Published by the Members of the “Nicolae Iorga” History Institute in 2010–2011233~250