Geza Gecse

A demokrácia szellemétől Putyin Oroszországáig

A lengyel EP-képviselő és a Jagelló Egyetem tanára: Ryszard Legutko, valamint az amerikai David Satter, Oroszország-kutató, akit Putyin kiutasított Oroszországból, egy-egy könyvét mutatták be 2017 februárjának végén egy budapesti könyvesboltban, ahová Gecse Géza is betért.

The Great War in the reflection of One Hundred Years

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Von Byzanz nach Byzanz. Geschichte des russischen Reichsgedankens

Géza Gecse: Bizánctól Bizáncig. Az orosz birodalmi gondolat története. [Von Byzanz nach Byzanz. Geschichte des russischen Reichsgedankens]. Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 2007. Tefner Zoltán recenziója a Grotiusban jelent meg.

Self-reflection, and its Absence from Russian Policy – from Sarajevo to the Princes’ Islands (1914–1919)

Russian expansionism during World War I concluded to defeat. The fiasco of Tsarism led to the emergence of the Russian Revolution by the end of February in 1917. Nevertheless the new Russian government had been emphasizing the goal of the final victory continuously, which led to the victory of the anti-expansionist Bolshevik movement. Lenin’s followers had signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk at the spring of 1918, but in the autumn of 1918 the Bolshevik government declared it null. The Allied Powers originally counted on the participation of Russia at the peace talks in Versailles, but by January 1918 they changed their mind. At the same time they invited all the Russian political movements to Princes Islands nearby Constantinople. 

Article by Géza Gecse in West Bohemian Historical Review 02/2014, pp.127-144., issued by the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen and University of Hamburg


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