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Other important population groups, primarily Slavic peoples, presented more complex challenges for the occupation authorities. 53 However, the Russian military suspected Poles of espionage and deported thousands of Polish priests and members of Polish political parties out of the rear zones of the Southwestern Front, The Galician Ukrainians, or, in the eyes of the Russians, Galician “Russians” who had been torn away by decades of pernicious Austrian and Polish campaigns from their allegedly historic faith and language, were central to ȱ¢ȱǯȱȱȱȱęȱȱ ȱȱȱȱȬ language newspaper, Karpatskaia Rus´ (Carpathian Rus´), that had been closed by the Austrians.
11 Ȳȱ¢ȱȱȱȱ ǰȱȱǯȱǯȱ¢ǰȱKnowing One’s Enemies: Intelligence Assessment before the Two World Wars (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1984), especially Norman Stone’s chapter on “Austria-Hungary,” 115–36; Holger H. Herwig, “Imperial Germany,” 62–97; and William C. , “The Russian Empire,” 98–126. On war plans, see Paul M. , The War Plans of the Great Powers, 1880–1914 (London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1979). 12 Ȳ ȱǯȱǰȱǯǰȱPlanning for War against Russia and Serbia: Austro-Hungarian and German Military Strategies, 1897–1914 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1993).
Paramilitary youth organizations, on the model of the Boy Scouts or the widely popular “falcon” (sokol) movements in Central and Eastern Europe, combined nationalism, social Darwinism, and other ideas to shape ideals of masculine virtue for war and empire. Another type of movement that transcended national borders and was often seen as a threat to the military and political leadership was a series of pan-movements, the most important of which were pan-Germanism, panSlavism, and pan-Turkism. Zionism, which had its origins in our entangled lands, also appealed to Jews across imperial borders and worldwide to address the question of Jewish minorities and their treatment in the absence of a Jewish homeland.
Bv 138 ''Der Fliegenden Holzschuh'' - Fernerkunder im Eismeer und Atlantik (Waffenarsenal 54) by Franz Kober