Studies into the History of Russia and Central-Eastern Europe, vol. 51, no 1 (2016)

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p007 0 00 01Bartłomiej Rusin, Anti-Jewish excesses on Bulgarian territories of Ottoman Empire during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878

p007 0 00 01Jarosław Rubacha, Bulgarians and Bulgaria in the last quarter of the 19th century inyugo the publications of Jan Grzegorzewski (culture, population, economy)

p007 0 00 01Konrad Sebastian Morawski, The assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia in the light of archival press articles

p007 0 00 01Łukasz Dryblak, Only Prometheanism? The policy of the Polish state towards selected circles of the Russian emigration in the years 1926–1935

p007 0 00 01Aleksandra Hądzelek, The memory of Sugihara and the ‘visas for life’ in Poland

p007 0 00 01Mirosław Dymarski, Serbian Political Leadership: Archetype and Modernity

p007 0 00 01Mikołaj Banaszkiewicz, The depreciation of the great jubilee: the celebrations of the 1150th anniversary of Russian statehood in Novgorod the Great (2012)


p007 0 00 01Marek Kazimierz Kamiński, Czechoslovakia in face of the dictates of Western powers in 1938 in the light of Jan Masaryk’s correspondence from London

Reviews articles and reviews

p007 0 00 01Piotr Chomik, Between Poland, Germany and Russia. A study in the history of the Masurian Philippons; G. Krassowski, Wspomnienia mazurskiego filipona [Memoirs of a Masurian Philippon], edition, notes and commentary by Stefan Pastuszewski, Bydgoszcz 2014