The Serbs and Russian Pan-Slavism, 1875-1878. by MacKenzie, David

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca, N.Y .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Serbia,
  • Soviet Union,
  • Balkan Peninsula

Subjects:

  • Panslavism,
  • Serbia -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Yugoslavia -- Serbia,
  • Balkan Peninsula -- Politics and government -- 19th century

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 341-355.

Book details

Classifications
LC ClassificationsDR327.R9 M3
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 365 p.
Number of Pages365
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5535607M
LC Control Number67012306

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Serbia and the Serbs. By the same. net. Pan-Slavism, 19th-century movement that recognized a common ethnic background among the various Slav peoples of eastern and east central Europe and sought to unite those peoples for the achievement of common cultural and political goals.

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Pan-Slavism in the Balkans. The Southern Slavic movement was active after Serbia regained independence from the Turkish Ottoman Empire. Austria feared that nationalists would endanger the empire. Pan-Slavism in the south was vastly different, instead it often turned to Russia for support. MacKenzie's published works include THE SERBS AND RUSSIAN PAN-SLAVISM (); THE LION OF TASHKENT: THE CAREER OF GENERAL M.

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) Review by: Michael B. Petrovich. PANSLAVISM. Panslavism in a general sense refers to the belief in a collective destiny for the various Slavic peoples — generally, but far from always, under the leadership of Russia, the largest Slavic group or nation.

Thus the seventeenth-century author of Politika (Politics), Juraj Krizanic ( – ) is often regarded as a precursor of Panslavism because he urged the unification of all Slavs under the leadership of Russia. David MacKenzie has 44 books on Goodreads with ratings.

David MacKenzie’s most popular book is Goat Husbandry. Serbs & Russian Pan-Slavism, by. David MacKenzie. avg rating — 2 ratings — 2 editions. Want to Read saving. Pan-Slavism was the idea that all folks who spoke Slavic languages ought to live in the same political space, like an empire composed of Russians, Serbs, Czechs, Poles, Bulgarians and others.

It is generally assumed that the largest Slavic “political unit” at the time, the Russian Empire would somehow be the protector or leader of this pan-Slavic state or that maybe the non-Russian parts would somehow join the Russian.

The humiliating defeat suffered by Russia in the Crimean War (–56) helped transform a vague, romantic Russian Slavophilism into a militant and nationalistic Russian Pan-Slavism. Prominent among the Russian Pan-Slav publicists were Rotislav Andreyevich Fadeyev and Nikolai Yakovlevich Danilevsky.

Fadeyev claimed that it was Russia's mission to liberate the Slavs from Austrian and Ottoman domination by war and to form a Russian.

Pan-Slavism, a movement which crystallized in the midth century, is the political ideology concerned with the advancement of integrity and unity for the Slavic-speaking peoples.

Its main impact occurred in the Balkans, where non-Slavic empires had ruled the South Slavs for centuries. These were mainly the Byzantine Empire, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Venice. nineteenth century when Pan-Slavism for the first time became a movement much discussed by journalists, diplomats, and scholars, and, even then, less in Russia than in Central and Western Eu-rope.

Around Pan-Slavism began to haunt many European minds as the form in which they expressed their fear of Russian domination over the continent.

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Black Hand, byname of Ujedinjenje Ili Smrt (Serbo-Croation: Union or Death), secret Serbian society of the early 20th century that used terrorist methods to promote the liberation of Serbs outside Serbia from Habsburg or Ottoman rule and was instrumental in planning the assassination of the Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand (), precipitating the outbreak of World War I.

The Russian Empire used Pan-Slavism as a political tool; as did the Soviet Union, which gained political-military influence and control over most Slavic-majority nations between and and retained a hegemonic role until the period Culture. The humiliating defeat suffered by Russia in the Crimean War (–56) helped transform a vague, romantic Russian Slavophilism into a militant and nationalistic Russian Pan-Slavism.

Prominent among the Russian Pan-Slav publicists were Rotislav Andreyevich Fadeyev and Nikolai Yakovlevich Danilevsky. into especial prominence as the " father" of Pan-Slavism.2 The movement among the western Slavs had its parallel in Russia.

The war of I8I2 strengthened the national currents in I A. Pypin's " Pan-Slavism in the Past and Present," in the Russian monthly The M{essenger of Europe, September, I This spirit was particularly strong in Kollar's. Russia, based on its foreign policy of pan-Slavism, or fraternal allegiance between all Slavic peoples of eastern Europe, declared war on the Ottomans in due course.

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I-II, Beograd, competing pan-Slavism of Russia. Kann quotes Kopitar regarding the Hapsburg Empire, “ she should be the true center of a Slav culture opposed to the barbaric Russian Pan-Slavism.” 11 Such was the thinking of one of the main proponents of South Slav nationalism in its infancy, but as it grew, it would be harder to contain within the empire.

Pan-Slavism's ideologist, Nikolai Danilevsky, said in that Slav independence is impossible without a "struggle against the Germano-Roman world," and that "strong and powerful Russia. Speaking from the Polish perspective, the Pan-Slavic ideology from the very start was seen (save for very few exceptions, Prince Adam Czartoryski comes to mind) as a tool of Russia’s imperialistic ideology.

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Barbara Jelavich. 40(4), pp. – Pan-Slavism synonyms, Pan-Slavism pronunciation, Pan-Slavism translation, English dictionary definition of Pan-Slavism. A movement advocating the political and cultural union of Slavic nations and peoples.

pan-Slavism, and Great Russian imperialism so often ascribed to him by unfriendly interpreters. Serbian ambitions, Balkan Wars. Pan-slavism definition, the idea or advocacy of a political union of all the Slavic peoples.

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July - Slavs in Hercegovina revolt against the Turks; followed by Bosnians; Russian Pan-Slavism begins 8 July - Russian meeting at Zakupy/Reichstadt Agreement and aims towards Balkans 30 December - Andrássy note (Russian) proposes the Great Powers recommend reforms in Turkey MacKenzie, David - The Serbs and Russian Pan Slavism; MacKenzie, David - The Serbs and Russian Pan-Slavism; MacKenzie, David and Curran, Michael W.

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