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Book Review: Die Protokolle des gemeinsamen Ministerrates der österreichischungarischen Monarchie 1867–1870

Book Review: Die Protokolle des gemeinsamen Ministerrates der österreichischungarischen Monarchie... BOOK REVIEWS 217 litical vacuum in Eastern Europe. His Czechoslovak propaganda activity in World War I therefore deserves rather more coverage than it finds in this selection of documents. Nevertheless, alongside the material already published, this edition provides his- torians with an ample base from which to evaluate R. W. Seton-Watson more critically. It details especially the crucial Slovak dimension of his career and suggests that he would not have been dismayed at the independent and democratic Slovakia of the millennium. Indeed, his newly restored monument in Ruzomberok is still relevant and didactic, recalling as in 1937 (doc. 169) his belief in the Slovak people's growing ma- turity and in their ability to live in harmony with the Magyar minority. Mark Cornwall University of Dundee Somogyi, Eva, ed . Die Protokolledes gemeinsamen Ministerrates derosterreichisch- ungarischen Monarchic 1867-1870. Volume 1 of Die Protokolle des gemeinsamen Ministerrates der osterreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie 1867-1918. Budapest: Akademiai Kiad6,1999. Pp. 450. This latest volume in the Protocols of the Council of Common Ministers of the Austro- Hungarian Monarchy series is not the first one published, but it is the first chrono- logically. The protocols (minutes) of the common ministerial council meetings for 1896- 1907 (vol. 5, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Austrian History Yearbook Cambridge University Press

Book Review: Die Protokolle des gemeinsamen Ministerrates der österreichischungarischen Monarchie 1867–1870

Austrian History Yearbook , Volume 31: 3 – Feb 10, 2009

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Cambridge University Press
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Copyright © Center for Austrian Studies, University of Minnesota 2000
ISSN
0067-2378
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1558-5255
DOI
10.1017/S0067237800014703
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BOOK REVIEWS 217 litical vacuum in Eastern Europe. His Czechoslovak propaganda activity in World War I therefore deserves rather more coverage than it finds in this selection of documents. Nevertheless, alongside the material already published, this edition provides his- torians with an ample base from which to evaluate R. W. Seton-Watson more critically. It details especially the crucial Slovak dimension of his career and suggests that he would not have been dismayed at the independent and democratic Slovakia of the millennium. Indeed, his newly restored monument in Ruzomberok is still relevant and didactic, recalling as in 1937 (doc. 169) his belief in the Slovak people's growing ma- turity and in their ability to live in harmony with the Magyar minority. Mark Cornwall University of Dundee Somogyi, Eva, ed . Die Protokolledes gemeinsamen Ministerrates derosterreichisch- ungarischen Monarchic 1867-1870. Volume 1 of Die Protokolle des gemeinsamen Ministerrates der osterreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie 1867-1918. Budapest: Akademiai Kiad6,1999. Pp. 450. This latest volume in the Protocols of the Council of Common Ministers of the Austro- Hungarian Monarchy series is not the first one published, but it is the first chrono- logically. The protocols (minutes) of the common ministerial council meetings for 1896- 1907 (vol. 5,

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