[Cz-L] New at the Czernowitz Book Corner: Bukovina Under Austrian Rule

From: Edgar Hauster <bconcept_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2014 13:18:34 +0100
To: Czernowitz Discussion Group <czernowitz-l_at_cornell.edu>
Reply-To: Edgar Hauster <bconcept_at_hotmail.com>


It's our fellow member Wolf A. Terner from Stockholm, Sweden, who drew our attention in June 2014 to the special edition of the Romanian magazine "Historia Speciala" under the title "BUCOVINA SUB STAPANIRE AUSTRIACA" [Bukovina Under Austrian Rule], released by "Historia" in March 2014. This magazine is available now at the Czernowitz Book Corner


containing the following articles:

- Bukovina, Sweet Bukovina
- Bukovina, From a Region Preponderantly Inhabited by Romanians to a Multiethnic Mosaic
- Czernowitz: Little Vienna of the East
- The Population of Bukovina During the Austrian Rule (1774-1918)
- The Austrian Pearl of Bukovina at the Point of Collapse
- Putna, 1871: The First Congress of Students From All Quarters
- Fundul Moldovei, Ten Years After the Great Union Day
- Iacobeni in Bukovina: Glorious Years During the Austrian Rule
- The Strategical Dimension of Bukovina

No doubt about, the magazine is strictly written from a Romanian perspective, but the generously illustrated and documented edition is nevertheless interesting for all of us. This is now the second publication at the Czernowitz Book Corner following the release of the "Jubilee Edition Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the [Czernowitz] Temple, Chanukah 5698 / November 28, 1937" in July 2014


and we've scheduled to publish from now on periodically the "Book of the Month". "Bukovina Under Austrian Rule" is our contribution for December 2014; several books are staying in line!

Thank you, dear Wolf! Enjoy the reading!

Edgar Hauster
Lent - The Netherlands
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