Eastern Europe

Busse Library provides these webpages for students and faculty seeking information on Eastern European history and culture. Websites reflect a small portion of available government and social resources. Busse Library titles are provided for research needs.

Nations included in this region : Albania, The Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, The Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro).

Government Resources

Society and Culture Resources

General Resources on Region

Busse Library Resources

  • Batalden, Stephen K. The newly independent states of Eurasia : handbook of former / 1993. DK17. B34 1993
  • Banac, Ivo. Eastern Europe in revolution / 1992. DJK51. E265 1992
  • Brabant, Jozef M. van. The New Eastern Europe and the world economy / 1993. HC244. B7273 1993
  • Brzezinski, Zbigniew K. Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States / 1996. DK1.5 .R876 1996 Ref
  • Bugajski, Janusz. East European fault lines : dissent, opposition / 1989. DJK50. B84 1989
  • Grousset, Ren. The empire of the steppes : a history of central Asia / [1970] DS785. G8313
  • Kraljic, Matthew A. The breakup of Communism : the Soviet Union and Eastern / 1993. HX240.7.A6 B73 1993
  • Longworth, Philip. The making of Eastern Europe / 1994, 1992. DJK38. L66 1992
  • Rothschild, Joseph. Return to diversity : a political history of East Central Europe / 1993. DJK50. R67 1993
  • Stokes, Gale. The walls came tumbling down : the collapse of communism / 1993. DJK50. S75 1993


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