Constitutional Developments of the Habsburg Empire in the Last Decades before its Fall The Materials of Polish-Hungarian Conference. Cracow, September 2007 - Kazimierz Baran - opis książki:
In the aftermath of the Polish-Hungarian Conference held in Cracow in 2007 there has been published the present volume. It is exponential of the cooperation between the legal historians of the Cracow and Pecs Universities. A series of articles published in the volume are illustrative of the Rechtsstaat tendencies as detectable in the functioning of the Austro-Hungarian administration and the judiciary, and also in the field of Church-State relationships. Against that background there is also discussed the liberalism of the Austro-Hungarian regime in the area of emigration as well as the grass-roots initiative of the Poles in laying the foundations of Polonia restituta at the time when World War I had not yet come to its end. Last but not least, some authors present fairly-individual topics such as the role of the fidei-comissuni in promoting the preservation of cultural legacy in the Hungarian part of the empire, or the survival of Hungarian serfdom tradition in the area of Poland controlled post-war Spisz and Orawa.
Książka „Constitutional Developments of the Habsburg Empire in the Last Decades before its Fall The Materials of Polish-Hungarian Conference. Cracow, September 2007” - oprawa miękka - Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Książka posiada 92 stron i została wydana w 2010 r.