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Stalinism revisited : the establishment of communist regimes in East-Central Europe / edited by Vladimir Tismaneanu.

Contributor(s): Tismaneanu, Vladimir | American Council of Learned SocietiesMaterial type: TextTextSeries: ACLS Humanities E-BookPublisher: Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2009Description: vii, 444 p. ; 24 cmSubject(s): Stalin, Joseph, 1879-1953 | Communism -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 20th century | Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989 | Europe, Eastern -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union | Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Europe, Eastern | Europe, Eastern -- History -- 20th centuryAdditional physical formats: No titleLOC classification: DJK50 | 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Stalinism revisited and the takeover model -- Stalinist revolutionary breakthroughs in Eastern Europe / Kenneth Jowitt -- Diabolical pedagogy and the (il)logic of Stalinism in Eastern Europe / Vladimir Tismaneanu -- Stalin, Soviet policy, and the consolidation of a communist bloc in Eastern Europe, 1944-1953 / Mark Kramer -- Popular democracy : an illusion? / Alfred J. Rieber -- The establishment of communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe -- Eastern Europe between the USSR and the West : reflections on the origins and dynamics of the Cold War / Thomas W. Simons, Jr -- Legitimation deficit and legitimation crisis in East European societies / Agnes Heller -- The paradox of East German communism : from non-Stalinism to neo-Stalinism? / John Connelly -- Road to "people's Poland" : Stalin's conquest revisited / Antoni Z. Kaminski, Bartłomiej Kaminski -- Stalinism and historiography -- Revisiting Hungarian Stalinism / János Rainer -- Avatars of the Romanian academy and the historical front (1948 versus1955) / Bogdan Cristian Iacob -- Bulgarian Stalinism revisited / Ekaterina Nikova -- Historicizing a disputed theme : anti-communist armed resistance in Romania / Dorin Dobrincu -- National or revolutionary breakthroughs? -- Hope died last : the Czechoslovak road to Stalinism / Bradley Abrams -- Propaganda and culture in Romania at the beginning of the communist regime / Cristian Vasile -- Varieties of Stalinism in light of the Yugoslav case / Svetozar Stojanovic -- Community building and identity politics in Gheorghiu-Dej's Romania (1956-1964) / Dragoṣ Petrescu.
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Stalinism revisited and the takeover model -- Stalinist revolutionary breakthroughs in Eastern Europe / Kenneth Jowitt -- Diabolical pedagogy and the (il)logic of Stalinism in Eastern Europe / Vladimir Tismaneanu -- Stalin, Soviet policy, and the consolidation of a communist bloc in Eastern Europe, 1944-1953 / Mark Kramer -- Popular democracy : an illusion? / Alfred J. Rieber -- The establishment of communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe -- Eastern Europe between the USSR and the West : reflections on the origins and dynamics of the Cold War / Thomas W. Simons, Jr -- Legitimation deficit and legitimation crisis in East European societies / Agnes Heller -- The paradox of East German communism : from non-Stalinism to neo-Stalinism? / John Connelly -- Road to "people's Poland" : Stalin's conquest revisited / Antoni Z. Kaminski, Bartłomiej Kaminski -- Stalinism and historiography -- Revisiting Hungarian Stalinism / János Rainer -- Avatars of the Romanian academy and the historical front (1948 versus1955) / Bogdan Cristian Iacob -- Bulgarian Stalinism revisited / Ekaterina Nikova -- Historicizing a disputed theme : anti-communist armed resistance in Romania / Dorin Dobrincu -- National or revolutionary breakthroughs? -- Hope died last : the Czechoslovak road to Stalinism / Bradley Abrams -- Propaganda and culture in Romania at the beginning of the communist regime / Cristian Vasile -- Varieties of Stalinism in light of the Yugoslav case / Svetozar Stojanovic -- Community building and identity politics in Gheorghiu-Dej's Romania (1956-1964) / Dragoṣ Petrescu.

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