The Race for National Self-Determination at the End of 1918

In the fall of 1918, the Austrian-Hungarian Empire came to a dramatic end. In the last phases of the war, the Entente powers adopted the Wilsonian principle of national self-determination, and embraced the movements of unsatisfied nationalities within the dualist monarchy. The WWI defeat thus ultimately led to the dissolution of the Monarchy and of … Continue reading The Race for National Self-Determination at the End of 1918