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Famines in European economic history : the last great European famines reconsidered

Published on Apr 24, 2015
· DOI :10.4324/9781315708522
Declan Curran1
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Lubomyr Y. Luciuk1
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+ 0 AuthorsAndrew G. Newby3
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Abstract
Famines in European Economic History: Introduction Section 1: The Great Irish Famine [An Gorta Mor], 1845-1850 1. From the "haggart" to the Hudson: The Irish Famine across many geographical scales 2. Tracing 'the march of the enemy': Regional and local experiences of the Irish famine 3. "The Great British Famine of 1845-50"? Ireland, the UK and Peripherality in Famine Relief and Philanthropy Section 2: Finnish Famine, [Suuret Nalkavuodet] 1867-1868 4. Finland's "Hunger Years" of the 1860s: The Nineteenth Century Context 5. Feeding the Famine: Social Vulnerability and Dislcation During the Finnish Famine of the 1860s 6. 'The Terrible Visitation': Famine in Finland and Ireland 1845-68 Section 3: Ukrainian Famine [Holodomor], 1932-1933 7. The origins and course of the famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine 8. 1932-33 famine losses in Ukraine within the context of the Soviet Union 9. The uses of hunger: Stalin's solution of the peasant and national questions in Soviet Ukraine, 1932-1933
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