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Chronological periods for Modern Balkan History.

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Topic: Chronological periods for Modern Balkan History.
Posted By: Spartakus
Subject: Chronological periods for Modern Balkan History.
Date Posted: 23-Oct-2007 at 10:36
I want to generally divide modern Balkan history in historical periods,for my better understanding.I have a plan in my mind:
Rise of Balkan Nationalism and the emergence of Balkan Nation-States:18th century-1878 ( Berlin Summit and Oficial Recognition of Romania,Serbia and the emergence of  the autonomous principality of Bulgaria)
The peak of  the Balkan Nation-States' expansionism :1878-1918
The interwar period:1918-1939
The Cold War period:1945-1989
Any other propositions or corrections?

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Posted By: Chilbudios
Date Posted: 23-Oct-2007 at 10:59
I'd say some Balkan states' expansionism peaked after 1918 when the Austro-Hungary was disbanded.

Posted By: WolfHound
Date Posted: 31-Oct-2007 at 03:22
The Balkan wars from 1991-present day. The split up of Yugoslavia and ethnic conflict for a state.

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