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John C. Cairns • 60 Items / 4 Books, 10 Articles, 46 Reviews
France (1965)
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    France, by John C. Cairns
    1. France by John C. Cairns
    The American Historical Review, October 1966, p. 199
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    Western Europe and the Atlantic Community (6 Reviews)
    Anatomy of Britain Today, by Anthony Sampson
    1. Anatomy of Britain Today by Anthony Sampson
    2. The Chair of Peter by Friedrich Gontard
    3. De Gaulle: Implacable Ally by Roy C. Macridis
    4. France by John C. Cairns
    5. The Political Institutions of the German Revolution, 1918-1919 by Charles B. Burdick and Ralph H. Lutz
    6. West Berlin by Ronald J. Stranger
    Orbis, Summer 1966, p. 632
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Europe's Future: The Grand Alternatives by David P. Calleo
    2. Personalities and Policies by D.C. Watt
    3. Trade Policies for Britain by Sidney J. Wells
    4. Halifax by Frederick W.F.S. Birkenhead
    5. Pathways to Parliament by Austin Ranney
    6. Ireland Since the Rising by Timothy Patrick Coogan
    7. Scandinavia by John H. Wuorinen
    8. France by John C. Cairns
    9. Marxism in Modern France by George Lichtheim
    10. An Explanation of De Gaulle by Robert Aron
    11. Lost Soldiers by George Armstrong Kelly
    12. Atomic Energy Policy in France Under the Fourth Republic by Lawrence Scheinman
    13. Germany and the Atlantic Alliance by James L. Richardson
    14. Army, Industry, and Labor in Germany, 1914-1918 by Gerald D. Feldman
    15. Germany: Yesterday and Tomorrow by Peter H. Merkl
    16. Alcide de Gasperi: The Long Apprenticeship by Elisa A. Carrillo
    17. The International Brigades by Vincent Brome
    Foreign Affairs, October 1966, pp. 170-171