Dictionary of East European History Since 1945. First Edition

By: HELD, Joseph

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HELD, Joseph. Dictionary of East European History Since 1945. Westport, Connecticut : Greenwood Press, (1994). Fiurst Printing. Pp (8),[ix]-x,(2),[1]-509,(3),+ 34 pp plates. Maps..Index. 8vo, blue and green glossy paper-covered boards (hardcover), lettered in white and pale blue. "Eastern Europe hasbeen in ongoing crisis since the breakup of the Soviet Union. This importa nt book provides basic, up-to-date information on the events and backgroundthat have led up to the current crisis, and the volume includes helpful ma ps and photographs of key figures and scenes of everyday life. Librarians will value this reference tool as a reliable, informative source for students and others trying to understand today's conflicts. The volume covers all of the countries that formed the colonial empire of the Soviet Union--Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), Hungary, Poland, Romania, and former Yugoslavia. In an introductory essay, Held begins with an overview of the region's general characteristics and history prior to 1945. The volume is then divided into separate sections oneach country. Each section includes basic information about the country, a map, and a chronology followed by entries, arranged alphabetically, on peo ple, places, political parties, and the events that have shaped the country's history since 1945. The book is the only comprehensive one-volume dictionary on East European personalities, politicians, and history since 1945." (from the back cover). Contents : Introduction: Eastern Europe. Albania. Bulgaria. Czechoslovakia. German Democratic Republic (East Germany). Hungary.Poland. Romania. Yugoslavia. Very good. 50.00

Title: Dictionary of East European History Since 1945. First Edition

Author Name: HELD, Joseph

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Publisher: Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1994, ISBN:0313265194:

Seller ID: 113250