From Neo-Slavism to Internationalism: Interwar Central Europe and the Search for the Lost Mountains
作者: Carolin F. Roeder
作者单位: 1Max Planck Institute of the History of Science , Boltzmannstraße 22 , 14195 Berlin , Germany
刊名: Contemporary European History, 2020, Vol.29 (1), pp.16-29
来源数据库: Cambridge University Press Journal
DOI: 10.1017/S0960777319000171
原始语种摘要: Abstract This article highlights the contribution of East Central Europe to interwar internationalism by showing how solutions to regional challenges gave birth to the Union internationale des associations d'alpinisme (UIAA), a permanent international organisation for mountaineering. The territorial fragmentation caused by the dissolution of the Habsburg Empire required alpine clubs to lobby for the softening of new political borders while simultaneously contributing to state building efforts. Successful experiences with bilateral agreements in the Tatras and re-emerging Neo-Slavist ideas led to the founding of the Association of Slavic Tourist Organization in 1924, which in turn motivated the establishment of the UIAA. The leading figures in this process were alpinists with a distinct...
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  • interwar 两次战争之间的
  • political 政治
  • regional 地方的
  • Europe 欧洲
  • organisation 组织
  • mountaineering 登山运动
  • international 国际的
  • establishment 确立
  • process 过程
  • founding 澄清