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Robert H. Bruce Lockhart • 17 Items / 12 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Review
Jan Masaryk: A Personal Memoir (1951)
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    Russia and Slavic Europe (Review)
    Jan Masaryk: A Personal Memoir, by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
    1. Jan Masaryk: A Personal Memoir by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
    The American Historical Review, April 1952, pp. 747-748
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Must Night Fall? by Tufton V.H. Beamish
    2. The Soviet Linguistic Controversy by John V. Murra, Robert M. Hankin, and Fred Holling, ...
    3. The Jews in the Soviet Union by Solomon M. Schwarz
    4. Soviet Attitudes Toward Authority by Margaret Mead
    5. Russian Purge and the Extraction of Confession by Frederick Beck and William Godin
    6. All Quiet in the Kremlin by George Marion
    7. The Soviet Union: Background, Ideology, Reality by Waldemar Gurian
    8. The Soviet Union: The Land and Its People by Georges Jorre
    9. Twentieth-Century Ukraine by Clarence A. Manning
    10. Ukrainian Liberation Movement in Modern Times by Oleh Martovych
    11. Total Terror by Albert Kalme
    12. Invitation to Moscow by Zbigniew Stypulkowski
    13. Jan Masaryk: A Personal Memoir by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
    14. Tito's Communism by Josef Korbel
    Foreign Affairs, January 1952, pp. 338-340