2 edition of Soviet-Yugoslav controversy, 1948-58 found in the catalog.
Soviet-Yugoslav controversy, 1948-58
Robert Hugo Bass
1959 by Published for the East Europe Institute, by Prospect Books in New York .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DR367 R9 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||225|
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Beograd Nolit,pp., hardback. Concurrent with the recognized role of partisan units, however, was a reduction in defense capabilities which followed from the beginning of improved Soviet-Yugoslav relations.
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Abstract. Whereas before the Soviet-Yugoslav conflict of the front of the Cold War ran between the bloc of Communist regimes under Soviet leadership and the Western countries, after that this front ran also inside the disrupted Communist bloc.
Bass and Marbury, The Soviet-Yugoslav Controversy, A Documentary Record, (New York: Prospect Books, ) p. XII. Stephen Clissold ed., Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union(London: Oxford University Pres, ) p. The Soviet-Yugoslav Controversy, A Documentary Record Jan Чeхoслoвaчкe Резолуција О Савременој Политичкој Ситуацији.
This book provides a comprehensive insight into one of the key episodes of the Cold War – the process of reconciliation between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union. At the time, this process had shocked the World as much as the violent break-up of their relations did in This book provides an explanation for the collapse of the process of Reviews: 1.
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Royal Institute of International Affairs, The Soviet-Yugoslav Dispute (London, ), p. Throughout the present article I am conforming to Marxist-Leninist usage in referring to Communist-run countries as "socialist" states.
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This is the first volume of a new integrated documentary history of the Soviet Union. The Soviet story—the revolution, Lenin, Stalinism, the Great Patriotic War, the era of Khrushchev, Brezhnev and Cold War, and the dramatic collapse under Gorbachev—looms large in history syllabuses across the world.
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Get this from a library. Soviet-Yugoslav relations, a bibliography of Soviet, Western, and Yugoslav comment and analysis. [Brian Hunter]. Basic documents of Soviet-Yugoslav rela- tions through the early s are published in R.
Farrell (ed.), Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union (New York: Shoestring Press, ); Robert Bass and Elizabeth Marbury (eds.), The Soviet-Yugoslav Controversy A Documentary Record (New York: Prospect Books, for The East European. Cordial but uneasy allies to undoubted enemies. During the Second World war, Yugoslavia could have, in some way been viewed as an ally, or at least a strategic military partner of the Allies (including the USSR), due to it’s forced occupation by A.
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On one side of the conflict were the United States and the countries of what Americans. The Soviet-Yugoslav Controversy, – A Documentary Record. New York: Prospect Books for the East European Institute. Procacci, Giuliano, ed. The Cominform: Minutes of the Three Conferences, // Milan: Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli.
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