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John A. Armstrong • 59 Items / 8 Books, 7 Articles, 44 Reviews
Soviet Partisans in World War II (1964)
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    Soviet Partisans in World War II, by John A. Armstrong
    1. Soviet Partisans in World War II by John A. Armstrong
    The American Historical Review, January 1965, pp. 461-462
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    Book Reviews (9 Reviews)
    On Russia
    1. Political Succession in the USSR by Myron Rush
    2. The Life of Lenin by Louis Fischer
    3. The Soviet Economy Since Stalin by Harry Schwartz
    4. The Economics of Soviet Planning by Abram Bergson
    5. A View of All the Russias by Laurens van der Post
    6. The Second Soviet Republic by Yaroslav Bilinsky
    7. Soviet Partisans in World War II by John A. Armstrong
    8. The Third World in Soviet Perspective by Thomas Perry Thornton
    9. A History of Finland by John H. Wuorinen
    Current History, October 1965, pp. 235-236
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. On Dealing with the Communist World by George F. Kennan
    2. From Purge to Coexistence by David J. Dallin
    3. Soviet Foreign Propaganda by Frederick C. Barghoorn
    4. Soviet Partisans in World War II by John A. Armstrong
    5. Soviet Agricultural and Peasant Affairs by Roy D. Laird
    6. The USSR and the UN's Economic and Social Activities by Harold Karan Jacobson
    7. The Communist Foreign Trade System by Frederic L. Pryor
    8. Eastern Europe in the Sixties by Stephen Fischer-Galati
    9. Hungarian National Income and Product in 1955 by Thad Paul Alton
    10. Poland: Bridge for the Abyss? by Richard Hiscocks
    11. State and Law: Soviet and Yugoslav Theory by Ivo Lapenna
    Foreign Affairs, July 1964, p. 692