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Series: Soviet and East European Studies

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The Struggle for Soviet Jewish Emigration, 1948-1967 (Soviet and East European Studies) by Yaacov Ro'i
Surge to Freedom: The End of Communist Rule in Eastern Europe by J. F. Brown
The Commissariat of Enlightenment: Soviet Organization of Education and the Arts under Lunacharsky, October 1917-1921 by Sheila Fitzpatrick2
The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring: The Development of Reformist Ideas in Czechoslovakia 1956-1967 by Vladimir V. Kusin5
The Czechoslovak Reform Movement: Communism in Crisis 1962-1968 by Galia Golan6
Soviet economists of the twenties: names to be remembered by Naum Jasny7
Reform Rule in Czechoslovakia: The Dubcek Era 1968–1969 by Galia Golan11
Leon Trotsky and the Politics of Economic Isolation by Richard B. Day13
Economic Policy in Socialist Yugoslavia by Rudolf Bičanić14
The Warsaw Rising of 1944 (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies) by Jan M. Ciechanowski15
An Economic Background to Munich: International Business and Czechoslovakia 1918–1938 by Alice Teichova17
Lenin's Government: Sovnarkom 1917-1922 by T. H. Rigby26
Education and Social Mobility in the Soviet Union 1921-1934 by Sheila Fitzpatrick27
Church and State in Yugoslavia since 1945 by Stella Alexander28
The History of Poland Since 1863 by R. F. Leslie31
Kronstadt 1917-1921 by Israel Getzler37
The Process of Investment in the Soviet Union by David A. Dyker38
Red Petrograd: Revolution in the Factories, 1917-1918 by S. A. Smith39
Ideology in a Socialist State: Poland 1956-1983 (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies) by Raymond Taras41
Russian Azerbaijan, 1905-1920: The Shaping of a National Identity in a Muslim Community by Tadeusz Swietochowski42
Origins of the Great Purges: The Soviet Communist Party Reconsidered, 1933-1938 by John Archibald Getty43
Collective Farms which Work? by Nigel Swain44
Soviet Planning in Peace and War, 1938-1945 by Mark Harrison45
Public opinion and political change in Poland, 1980-1982 by David S. Mason46
Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement: Soviet Reality and Emigré Theories by Catherine Andreyev51
The Soviet Study of International Relations by Allen Lynch55
Women in the Soviet Countryside: Women's Roles in Rural Development in the Soviet Union by Susan Bridger56
Stakhanovism and the Politics of Productivity in the USSR, 1935-1941 by Lewis H. Siegelbaum59
Stalin's Industrial Revolution: Politics and Workers, 1928-1931 by Hiroaki Kuromiya60
The Bolsheviks and the Red Army 1918-1921 by Francesco Benvenuti61
The Jews of the Soviet Union: The History of a National Minority by Benjamin Pinkus62
The Czechoslovak Economy 1948-1988: The Battle for Economic Reform by Martin Myant65
An Algebra of Soviet Power: Elite Circulation in the Belorussian Republic 1966-86 by Michael E. Urban67
Eastern Europe in the World Economy by Laszlo Csaba68
The Hungarian Economic Reforms 1953-1988 by Ivan T. Berend70
The Soviet Union in the Horn of Africa: The Diplomacy of Intervention and Disengagement by Robert G. Patman71
Latin America through Soviet Eyes: The Evolution of Soviet Perceptions during the Brezhnev Era 1964-1982 by Ilya Prizel72
The Origins of the Stalinist Political System by Graeme Gill74
The Foreign Policy of the GDR in Africa by Gareth M Winrow78
Stalin, Siberia and the Crisis of the New Economic Policy by James Hughes81
Soviet Strategic Arms Policy before SALT by Christoph Bluth83
Soviet Workers and de-Stalinization by Donald Filtzer87
Internationalism and the ideology of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe by Jonathan C. Valdez89
Women, the State and Revolution: Soviet Family Policy and Social Life, 1917-1936 by Wendy Z. Goldman90

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