In the late spring of 1718 near the village of Požarevac (German Passarowitz) in northern Serbia, freshly conquered by Habsburg forces, three delegations representing the Holy Roman Emperor, Ottoman Sultan, and the Republic of Venice gathered to end the conflict that had begun three and a half years earlier. The fighting had spread throughout southeastern Europe, from Hungary to the southernmost tip of the Peloponnese. The peace redrew the map of the Balkans, extending the reach of Habsburg power, all but expelling Venice from the Greek mainland, and laying the foundations for Ottoman revitalization during the Tulip period. In this volume, twenty specialists analyze the military background to and political context of the peace congress and treaty. They assess the immediate significance of the Peace of Passarowitz and its longer-term influence on the society, demography, culture, and economy of central Europe.
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Charles Ingrao is professor of history at Purdue University. Nikola SamardAiA is professor and chair in modern history at Belgrade University. Jovan PeAalj is a teaching fellow at the Department of History, University of Belgrade.Review:
A conference was held in Pozarevac, Serbia to mark the 290th anniversary of the treaty, which helped shape modern international relations, international law, and international borders in southeastern Europe. Historians and museum curators present 18 papers from the conference on general matters; international relations, diplomacy, and warfare; society, economy, and trade; and ideas, art and culture. Specific topics include the Habsburg-Ottoman wars and the modern world, the Peace of Passarowitz in Venice's Balkan policy, the Crimean Tatars and the Austro-Ottoman wars, and the emergence of the baroque in Belgrade. (Annotation C2011 Book News Inc.Portland, OR)reviews: Awards: Reference Research Book News October 2011
In November 2008 to the 290th anniversary of the peace settlement of Passarowitz / that the first Turk war of Karl ORDINANCES. concluded, found in this small Serbian place, in which the contract became signs, an international conference place, whose contributions in English language the existing volume contains. Interesting is that almost to the same time also a collection to the peace of Karlowitz appear / to Sremski Karlovci 1699, that the old master of the French south east research Jean Bérenger published. Both peace settlements together manifest yes the successful advancing of the Habsburgermonarchie in the southeast after the Turk siege 1683 clearly. A large part of the old Hungary had come became extended 1699 under habsburgische domination – a zone, that one already since 1526 claimed – so 1718 with the Banat the last part of the former kingdom habsburgisch and the power of the ore house for some years another large piece far in addition. The existing volume gives a general outlook in a first section on the situation at the start of the 18th century, one of the publisher Charles Ingrao, professor in Purdue, USA, observes – exclusively on English language literature constructing – the wars between the Habsburgern and the Osmanen in a larger context and the second publisher Nikola professor in Belgrade, observes the peace settlement itself – being based on literature in many different languages – in that Large context with the Balkan Peninsula politics and the European power constellation. The third general contribution of Martin of Peter of the institute for European story in Mainz, that a specialist is for peace contracts, is concerned with the reception of this peace of Passarowitz in the historic sciences, predominantly on the basis of the German-speaking literature.
The second large section of the volume goes on concrete questions of the international relations, that
diplomacy and warfare on the Habsburgermonarchie (Harald Heppner and Daniela Schanes out of Graz) is on, it about the influence of the contract, and on Venice (Egidio Ivetic out of Padua). Rhoads Murphey of the university Birmingham analyzes the elements of the "politics of peacemaking" in Passarowitz, therefore about questions of the representation, composition of the delegations and tactic in the negotiations of this congress in the context with the general diplomatic practices at the start of the 18th century.
The third large section dedicates rummaged served itself Tataren (D. Y to the questions of the company, the economy and the trade in the context with Passarowitz 1718th influences on Bosnia (Enes Pelidija out of Sarajevo) and the roll of that. Shapira from Israel) stand at the start of the section. One especially gelungenen contribution over the habsburgische diplomacy and the economic policy the third publisher Jovan Pešalj, a very promising young historian delivers from Belgrade. Further articles are the implementation of the trade contract and the influence on different dealer groups in the Habsburgermonarchie (NumanElibol and Abdullah Mesud Küçükkalay out of in Turkey) and in the Osmanischen empire (Hrvoje out of Zagreb) dedicated. Demographic (Vojin S. from Belgrade) and ecclesiastically organisational variations (Catholic diocese in Belgrade and Smederevo) as a consequence of the war (Katarina from Belgrade) are further contributions to the subject.
The fourth and last section of the volume is subjects of the idea story that art and culture reserve. The first, science historical interesting treatise places the scientist and cartographers Luigi Ferdinando Marsigli that stood at that time in Austrian services, and its roll in the kartographischen problems of the contract into the foreground (Jelena from Belgrade). Ana selected an explicitly cultural and historical
access from Belgrade, it treats, also correspondingly illustrates, clarifies the album of Conrad white over the exchange of the Austrian and Turkish deputations 1719th Nikola in its second contribution to this collection the emerging the baroque in the art in Belgrade. The volume is locked of an analysis of the propaganda and the support of the patriotic attitude through that on the contract of 1718 related habsburgische propaganda, above all the medals (Vladimir from Belgrade).
All in everything a very gelungener volume to a little noted subject that way leads through its multidisciplinary extension of the old paradigms of the diplomacy story and war story and opens new, exciting subject areas. The international composition of the authors and authors brings also a large culture transfer achievement into being, for just the scientists out of the former Yugoslavia fall back on the literature in several languages and mediate in its articles of insights out of scientific works in languages, that are not most historians and historians out of the Anglo-Saxon however also the German-speaking area familiar.
Vienna Karl Vocelka
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