A Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe
Spanning the years from the late-3rd Century to 1991, Hupchick and Cox have created a concise, practical atlas to help students see the historical and political movements that changed the face of Eastern Europe. In forty-nine, two-colour maps and concise accompanying text, Hupchick and Cox chart the evolution of the present state of eastern Europe from the division of the Roman Empire to the fall of the Berlin Wall. With oversized pages with two-column text facing the maps they explain, A Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe in paperback is the perfect classroom reference work to engage students in the history of Eastern Europe. In hardcover, A Concise Historical Atlas of Eastern Europe is a reference work that no library can be without.