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作者:Carolin F. Roeder
来源:[J].Contemporary European History, 2020, Vol.29 (1), pp.16-29
摘要:Abstract This article highlights the contribution of East Central Europe to interwar internationalism by showing how solutions to regional challenges gave birth to the Union internationale des associations d'alpinisme (UIAA), a permanent international organisation for mountaineer...
作者:Benjamin Tromly
来源:[J].Contemporary European History, 2020, Vol.29 (1), pp.44-59
摘要:Abstract This article examines the post-war activities of the National Labor Alliance (NTS), a far-right Russian exile organisation whose members had served in German intelligence and propaganda structures during the Second World War. Using declassified CIA documents and previous...
作者:Johanna Mellis
来源:[J].Contemporary European History, 2020, Vol.29 (1), pp.60-76
摘要:Abstract This article examines three case studies between 1951 and 1960 to illustrate how the 1956 Revolution and mass defection of Hungarian Olympic athletes following the Melbourne Games impacted the relations between Hungarian sport leaders and athletes. While sport leaders re...
作者:Kristina Krake
来源:[J].Contemporary European History, 2020, Vol.29 (1), pp.1-15
摘要:This article examines the Scandinavian countries’ response to extreme political movements in the interwar period. Historians have considered the crisis agreements of the 1930s as pivotal to Scandinavian resistance to fascism. The present article revises this explanation by c...
作者:Bram Mellink
来源:[J].Contemporary European History, 2020, Vol.29 (1), pp.30-43
摘要:Although scholars have recently taken an increased interest in the history of neoliberalism, the ‘breakthrough’ of neoliberalism under Thatcher and Reagan still captures most of their attention. Consequently, the neoliberal project is primarily taken as Anglo-American, while...

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