History of Europe

Class Details

Spring and part of Summer Term only

Eastern Europe c.1453 to c.1923: Eastern Europe saw ever-moving frontiers mainly between the Ottoman Empire, Poland and Russia. We shall look at them and at the peoples they encompassed from the fall of Byzantium to the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923, by which time Balkan and Baltic independent states had emerged and modern Turkey had come into being. Britain’s interests in the region will also be examined.

Class Co-ordinators

Christopher Dean

Frequency & Time

Weekly on Tuesday, 11.40 - 12.40


Room 2.21