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Germany--Foreign relationsBibliography. Germany--Foreign relationsth century--Library resources. Hans W. Gatzke explains how Stressemann managed to use peaceful diplomacy to avoid payment of reparations and revive the economic health of postwar Germany while concurrently steering Germany toward military rearmament. In Abel proposed an essay contest for "the best personal life history of an adherent of the Hitler movement. The essays he received provide insight into the psychology of German grassroots support for Hitler and the Nazi Party. Guntram Henrik Herb, Under the Map of Germany: Nationalism and Propaganda London and New York, is a scholarly and fascinating study of the use of maps as propaganda by German governments of the period and by independent geographers and volkisch political activists committed to the rejection of the territorial adjustments of the Versailles Treaty.
Herb argues convincingly, with an extensive number of map examples, that this trend in map-making began immediately after World War I and had a profound influence on German popular attitudes. Michael Laffan Ed. The essay by Imanuel Geiss, "The Weimar Republic between the Second and the Third Reich: Continuity and Discontinuity in the German Question, " is particularly good in its consideration of Germany's central geographic position in Europe as a force in German history.
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Alan Bullock, Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives New York, compares the two dictators in a detailed work that extends to over one thousand pages. It includes a new economic reassessment of the "The Nazi Boom" by Christopher Buchheim and a reexamination of Hitler's popular support by Norbert Frei. Piotr S. Wandyck includes an extensive bibliography of primary and secondary materials, mainly in Polish.
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He notes in the introduction that these were crucial years that "inaugurated a quarter of a century during which a Bolshevik Russia faced a non-Communist Poland. Babel was attached to the Red Army's First Cavalry Army as war correspondent and drew on this experience in Poland to write his famous "Red Cavalry" stories. For the Soviet Union see E. Carr and R. This is a lengthy series, beginning with The Bolshevik Revolution, and continuing with several long volumes on Stalin's economic policies and the construction of "socialism in one country" during the s.
George Kennan, Russia and the West under Lenin and Stalin Boston, , is particularly useful for its analysis of the early Soviet period, written by the foremost Soviet expert in the American State Department during this period. Kennan discusses in detail the American intervention in Siberia, the diplomatic background of the Brest-Litovsk Treaty, and Stalin's ambivalent reactions to the Hitler dictatorship.
James D. Jonathan Haslam, The Soviet Union and the Struggle for Collective Security in Europe, London, details the Soviet reentry into the European alliance systems after as an attempt to ensure peace and security from Hitler's Germany. Haslam further argues that this shift in policy, inspired by Foreign Affairs Minister Maxim Litvinov, should also be viewed in the context of Stalin's desire to meet s economic and industrialization goals.
The system crumbled with the Munich settlement in and led Stalin into another attempt at security, the Nazi-Soviet pact.
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Aleksandr M. The s era of Gorbachev's glasnost and perestroika had also renewed Russian interest in uncovering documented truths of the Stalinist past such as the nature of the deportations, purges, the Gulag system, and the military unpreparedness that encouraged Hitler to invade. As Nekrich points out in his introduction, "a scholarly reconsideration of Stalinist mythology is essential if Russia is to achieve genuine reform; an objective knowledge about Russia's past is a precondition to a true understanding of the present.
Lih, Oleg V. Naumov, and Oleg V. Khlevniuk New Haven, , displays the mind of Stalin: his deep paranoia, indifference to suffering and death, and vindictive anger see the introduction by Robert C.
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Such documents further our understanding of the nature of Stalin's thinking and policies, the brutal system of state terror, and the complexion of Soviet society during the interwar period. Chris Ward, Stalin's Russia 2 nd edition London, is a valuable, clearly written history of collectivization, the purges, and Soviet foreign policy during the s and 30s. Ward points out, for example, that no Soviet or Czech representative was invited to the Munich Conference that agreed to all of Hitler's demands.
At the eighteenth party congress in March , Stalin described the British and French appeasement policy as "a capitalist ploy to push Russia into conflict with Germany and Japan. Arch Getty and Roberta T. Manning, Stalinist Terror: New Perspectives New York, , is an informative series of essays and case studies by various authors, all focusing on aspects of Stalinism.
The Great Purges of , for example, are examined in different settings, including the Red Army, Moscow factories, and the Donbas coal-mining region. Robert W.
Thurston, Life and Terror in Stalin's Russia New Haven, underestimates Stalin's criminal responsibility for the system, arguing that Stalin's "attitudes and deeds must be situated in a context of vast, popular suspicion generated in part by World War I and the Russian Civil War. David M. Glantz also considers the effect of Stalin's purges on the Soviet military. Google Scholar allows search for scholarly literature across a variety of disciplines and providers including academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations.
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