Volume 121


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p007 0 00 01Aleksander Łupienko, Localness, Identity, and the Historic City. New Elites in the Autonomous Galician Lviv

p007 0 00 01Michael Morys-Twarowski, The ‘Kindred Circle’ of Village Mayors in the Habsburg Monarchy and the Example of Cieszyn Silesia,

p007 0 00 01Maciej Falski, Slovenian Elites in Trieste and Their Role in the Formation of Local Communities

p007 0 00 01Marzena Bogus-Spyra, Incomplete Intelligentsia: Efforts of Folk Teachers to Improve Their Social Status within the Habsburg Monarchy

p007 0 00 01Tamás Székely and Szilveszter Csernus-Lukács, Securing Own Position: Challenges Faced by Local Elites after the Austro-Hungarian

p007 0 00 01Martin Klečacký, A Municipality against the State: Power Relations between State and Local Self-Government Representatives, Based on the Example of Bohemia at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century

p007 0 00 01Maciej Czerwiński, Old Dubrovnik, Young Serbia and Vague Croatia. Mental Maps in the Serb-Catholic Imagination in Dubrovnik


p007 0 00 01Ovidiu Emil Iudean, Defending the ‘Sacrilege against the Homeland’: The Romanian Legal Elite in Hungary on the Benches of the Memorandum Trial (1894)


p007 0 00 01Jagoda Wierzejska, Identification Hierarchies of Inhabitants of Austrian Galicia in the Local Dimension


p007 0 00 01Elżbieta Orman, Eighty-Five Years of the Polish Biographical Dictionary at 17 Sławkowska St., Cracow


p007 0 00 01Tomas Balkelis, A Dirty War: The Armed Polish-Lithuanian Conflict and its Impact on Nation-Making in Lithuania, 1919–23



p007 0 00 01Anna Kobylińska, Commentary to Viliam Pauliny-Tóth’s essay Vienna, or Pest?

p007 0 00 01Viliam Pauliny-Tóth, Vienna, or Pest?



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Theodoricus, De antiquitate regum Norwagiensium. On the Old Norwegian Kings – Rafał Rutkowski;

Martin Faber, Sarmatismus.
Die politische Ideologie des polnischen Adels im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert – Urszula Augustyniak;

Morgane Labbé,
La Nationalité, une histoire de chiffres. Politique et statistiques en Europe centrale (1848–1919) – Piotr Kuligowski;

Balázs Trencsényi, Michal Kopeček, Luka Lisjak Gabrijelčič, Maria Falina, Mónika Baár, and Maciej Janowski, A History of Modern Political Thought in East Central Europe, ii: Negotiating Modernity in the ‘Short Twentieth Century’ and Beyond – Maciej Górny;

Joanna Hytrek-Hryciuk, Między prywatnym a publicznym. Życie codzienne we Wrocławiu w latach 1938–1944 [Between the Private and the Public. Everyday Life in Wrocław in the Years of 1938–1944] – Joanna Wojdon;

Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski (eds), Dalej jest noc: losy Żydów w wybranych powiatach okupowanej Polski [Night Without an End. Fate of Jews in Selected Counties of Occupied Poland] – Stephan Lehnstaedt;

Magdalena Ruta, Without Jews? Yiddish Literature in the People’s Republic of Poland on the Holocaust, Poland and Communism – Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov


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p007 0 00 01Facing Changes and Expectations. Some Remarks on the 20th General Convention of Polish Historians – Ewa Solska



p007 0 00 01Jerzy Jedlicki (14 June 1930 – 31 January 2018) – Maciej Janowski



p007 0 00 01Response to Maria Cieśla’s “Short note” in APH 116/2017 –
Urszula Świderska-Włodarczyk


p007 0 00 01In response to Urszula Świderska-Włodarczyk’s letter – Maria Cieśla


p007 0 00 01Contributors