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A map showing the ethnic composition of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1910.

The lessons from the last 100 years of Central Europe’s history

The emergence of new nation-states from World War I was hailed as a triumph for self-determination, but the destruction of democratic empires that held them previously hardly brought peace and prosperity to the continent, especially Central Europe.

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