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The establishment of communist regimes in Eastern Europe, 1944-1949 / edited by Norman Naimark and Leonid Gibianskii.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: HX240.7.A6 E87 1997

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1997
    Locale
    Europe, Eastern
    Contents
    War as revolution / Jan Gross
    The CPSU, the Comintern, and the Bulgarians / Yelena Valeva
    The Soviet leadership and Southeastern Europe / Vladimir Volkov
    Postwar Hungary, 1944-1946 / Bela Zhelitski
    Bandits and reactionaries : the suppression of the opposition in Poland, 1944-1946 / John Micgiel
    The Soviet administrators and their German "friends" / Alexei Filitov
    The Gomulka alternative : the untravelled road / Inessa Iazhborovskaia
    Polish workers and the Stalinist transformation / Padraic Kenney
    Peasants and partisans : a dubious alliance / Melissa Bokovoy
    Communist higher education policies in Czechoslovakia, Poland, and East Germany / John Connelly
    Censorship in Soviet-occupied Germany / David Pike
    The Czech road to Communism / Igor Lukes
    The Marshall Plan, Soviet-American relations, and the division of Europe / Scott Parrish
    The Soviet-Yugoslav split and the Cominform / Leonid Gibianskii.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Naimark, Norman M.
    Gibianskiĭ, L. I︠A︡. (Leonid I︠A︡novich)
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    War as revolution / Jan Gross -- The CPSU, the Comintern, and the Bulgarians / Yelena Valeva -- The Soviet leadership and Southeastern Europe / Vladimir Volkov -- Postwar Hungary, 1944-1946 / Bela Zhelitski -- Bandits and reactionaries : the suppression of the opposition in Poland, 1944-1946 / John Micgiel -- The Soviet administrators and their German "friends" / Alexei Filitov -- The Gomulka alternative : the untravelled road / Inessa Iazhborovskaia -- Polish workers and the Stalinist transformation / Padraic Kenney -- Peasants and partisans : a dubious alliance / Melissa Bokovoy --Communist higher education policies in Czechoslovakia, Poland, and East Germany / John Connelly -- Censorship in Soviet-occupied Germany / David Pike -- The Czech road to Communism / Igor Lukes -- The Marshall Plan, Soviet-American relations, and the division of Europe / Scott Parrish -- The Soviet-Yugoslav split and the Cominform / Leonid Gibianskii.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0813389976
    Physical Description
    v, 319 p . ; 24 cm.

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