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z Maleho Dunaja nad Kolarovom (Age and growth of a spawning school of the Danubian wild carp from the Smaller Danube above Kolarovo).
In this volume, the material treating Magyar beginnings and their arrival in the Danubian basIn has been expanded and somewhat updated in the light of recent studies.
In this regard, fresher sources now indicate that, in this case, Stalin's decision may have been related to Allied assurances at Yalta that Berlin was Stalin's for the taking whenever he wished, and that, based on these assurances, Stalin's focus from February through early April 1945 was on gaining a stranglehold on Austria and the Danubian basin, which the terms of the Yalta Agreement did not address.
Pasvolsky, Leo, Economic Nationalism of the Danubian States, London: George Allen & Unwin, 1928.
29) Transylvanian World Federation, Genocide in Transylvania (Astor, FL: The Danubian Press, 1985) p.
In Mani, we are treated to a spectacular digression on two kinds of hats, the gudjaman and the ishlik, both worn by Phanariot hospodars in the Danubian principalities of the Ottoman Empire.
The end of the funeral was marked by the lively reellike hora dances typical of the Danubian region and performed in the square in front of the Mausoleum.
Celtis wrote a Ludus Dianae, replete with Bacchus, satyrs, fauns, and Silenus that he and members of the Danubian Sodality performed before the court of Maximilian in 1501.
It was all of sixhundred years ago, It was seven and if a day, That a village was built which you may know By the name of "Lidice," All on the fair Danubian plain, Rich in cattle and rich in grain, In far Bohemia Now, all of the villagers worked as one, To build them a village to sit in the sun In far Bohemia, As long as the Danube River should run; And they named it Lidice.
Geographically, it is the Danubian plain and the Morava valley with Belgrade in its center but also farther north, east, and south, all the way to Mount Athos, the center of Orthodox spirituality, and the Hellespont.
On the other hand, a vacuum was created by the Turkish withdrawal from the Balkans, resulting in conflicting interests among the major European powers: Russia and Germany aspired to fill this vacuum, Britain and especially France regarded the survival of the Danubian empire as a guarantee of the balance of power in Europe.
The essays that follow Liebeschutz's explore the decline of cities in more narrowly defined areas, Africa, Britain, the Danubian provinces, northern Italy, and northern Syria.
Under Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski mistook it for some Danubian foreign ministry from the 1930s, with growth and titles to match.
Bearing in mind the fact that the Danubian countries had cooperated also in previous centuries, it is necessary to point out that early cooperation was mainly focused on navigation of the river.